Carine (Carla Diaz) will take another beating from Bibi (Juliana Paes) in A Força do Querer. This time, the blonde will be beaten by Perigosa in the middle of the street, after she discovers the case of the young woman with her husband. Even after taking kicks and a lot of slaps, the blonde will not lose her pose and will still threaten: “There is a return”, she will promise in Globo’s nine o’clock soap opera.
The fight will happen after Bibi confirms that Rubinho (Emilio Dantas) has an affair with the blonde. In the city where the couple went to live at the request of the bandit, Carine will be staying in a hotel.
Bibi will go to the place to try to find them and will run into her rival in a nearby street. “You have him, right?”, Will ask Dedé’s mother (João Bravo), who will not even wait for the answer to come up to her rival and give several slaps.
“You don’t know about your man, what am I going to know?” Replied Carine, who will fight back. The Dangerous will be even more irritated and will start hitting her head against a car. Then he will throw the brand new one on the floor and give several kicks. The beating will attract the attention of pedestrians on the street, who will have to separate them.
“There is a return!”, Rubinho’s lover will threaten after the shack with the rival in the plot of Gloria Perez.
Globo has already recorded the 23 final chapters of Amor de Mãe, and Manuela Dias’ booklet will air again on March 1st, with a recap of what happened in history and dividing prime time with the final stretch of the “special edition” of The Force of Wanting.
The unpublished chapters of Amor de Mãe will be shown from March 15th. In addition to the spoilers, check out the summaries of the soap opera of the nine that are published daily by TV News.
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