Liziane reveals why she ran from fights in The Farm 13: ‘I could have positioned myself’

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Liziane Gutierrez was one of the big bets for A Fazenda 2021. Despite being known for getting involved in shacks, within the program she took a different stance and fled from conflicts. After being eliminated, the model assumed that she was afraid of being known for being a quarrelsome person. “I could have positioned myself better,” she admitted.

During the Decompression Booth, led by Lucas Selfie and Lidi Lisboa at PlayPlus, in the early hours of this Friday (24), the former Miss Bumbum spoke about her passage through the rural attraction.

Liziane explained the reason for having avoided confusion with her colleagues in confinement, having been pointed out as one of the promises of the new season. Before being announced as a participant in the reality show, she had been the protagonist of a shouting at the door of a clandestine event in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic.

“I was afraid of fighting and getting the reputation of being more of a tent than I already had. Now, seeing the situation, I could have positioned myself better. I had a mixture of feelings that I had never felt in my life, the things hit and hurt, I couldn’t react,” she explained.

The model also denied that she was interested in pretending to be a victim during her stay in the program and stated that she had difficulties in talking to most pedestrians because most of them had already established a greater level of intimacy. “It could sound like a need, but actually it’s very difficult because I joined a group that already had people who knew each other”, justified the eliminated.

Liziane left the program this Thursday night (23). She faced a field against Solange Gomes and Nego do Borel and left the reality show on Record with 26.15% of the votes.

Where to watch The Farm 13?

The only service that relies on the 24-hour broadcast of rural reality, PlayPlus has the price of BRL 15.90 a month. Contrary to what happened in previous seasons, Record’s platform now offers more than one camera for subscribers to follow what happens at the reality show’s headquarters.

The platform offers 14 days of free use for those who have never subscribed to the service. After this period, the user starts to pay the monthly fees. In addition to the nine cameras and full episodes of A Fazenda 13, Record’s streaming offers soap operas, series, newscasts and programs shown on the station.


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