Giovanni (Jayme Matarazzo) will suffer the consequences for choosing to stay with Camila (Agatha Moreira) in Haja Coração. Enéas (Johnnas Oliva) will see Francesca’s son (Marisa Orth) kissing his ex-girlfriend at the agency Peripécia and will break the face of the rival. Injured, the young man in the seven o’clock soap will be taken by ambulance to a hospital.
The fight of the two characters will air on the next day 2 in Daniel Ortiz’s newsletter. The couple will be kissing in Camila’s work room at the agency when Henrique (Nando Rodrigues) appears on the spot with Éneas.
The starter will lose his temper when he sees the alleged arsonist of the Grand Bazzar with his ex: “I don’t believe it … Camila? Isn’t it possible, is this happening again here?” The character also fell in love with Carmela’s brother (Chandelly Braz).
Peaceful, Bruna’s ex-boyfriend (Fernanda Vasconcellos) will try to calm the mood, but Enéas will be willing to make trouble. Henrique’s brother will remind Fedora’s cousin (Tatá Werneck) that the good guy was responsible for trying to blow up the Adbala family enterprise.
“Don’t you dare call him a thug or a criminal in front of me,” says the ex-villain, defending the love of her life. Tired of fights, Tancinha’s brother (Mariana Ximenes) will decide to leave the agency before the warm weather between him and the character of Johnnas Oliva.
Enéas will catch Giovanni off guard
Between punches and kicks
Henrique and Camila will start arguing because of Giovanni’s departure, and Enéas will take the opportunity to go after his rival. At the reception, the good guy will take the model’s new boyfriend off guard and punch him.
“This is for Camila, for Camila now and for having moved away Aparício [Alexandre Borges]”, the jealousy will shout, striking Guido’s son (Werner Schünnemann).
The fight will be ruled out by the Peripécia officials, and Agilson’s daughter (Marcelo Médici) will run towards the beloved to help him. Desperate with her boyfriend’s face bleeding, the photographer will yell for an ambulance to be called.
Haja Coração was first shown in 2016 and is an adaptation of Sassaricando (1987), a plot written by Silvio de Abreu. In addition to the spoilers, the TV News publishes daily summaries of the chapters of the replay of Globo’s soap opera.
The booklet is by Daniel Ortiz, the same author of the unprecedented Salve-se Quem Puder, which finished being recorded and will be shown again on March 22 with what aired in 2020. The unpublished chapters will only be shown from May.
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