Muchacha Italiana Viene a Casarse: My latest guilty pleasure

I admit Muchacha Italiana Viene a Casarse is not the best written novela. There have been better – Lo Que La Vida Me Robó and Amor Bravío. When a hero declares his love within the first two weeks of a novela, it never bodes well and that’s exactly what happened in Muchacha Italiana Viene a Casarse.

After bumping into Fiorella and having a couple of confrontations with her, Pedro tells Fiorella that he loves her. Since then, I’ve been subjected to their on-again, off-again relationship. They are currently off after Pedro nearly killed Benito and Fiorella believes Pedro acted out of jealousy. It’s ridiculous, but I can’t resist watching it.

I’ve never been a huge fan of José Ron, but he and Livia Brito have chemistry that is through the roof. Even when they are arguing and I’m yelling for Fiorella to give Pedro the boot, a part of me is wishing he’d just grab her and kiss her. I foresee a lot more yelling until they figure out they can’t live without each other, but watching them play opposite each other on the screen will make it all worth it.

Besides Pedro and Fiorella, there’s Gianna and Gael. I’ve been rooting for them and they are finally together. Gael has his stupid jealous moments, like all of the other men in his family, but overall he’s the nicest one.

I’m also pulling for Roxie and Benito. I realize they are an unlikely couple. Roxie is a major brat and Benito can’t decide who he’s in love with. Despite that, they seem to be coming together. Roxie seemed genuinely worried about Benito after the accident and I think Benito really likes Roxie, even though he has a hard time admitting it. He certainly likes kissing her.

If Eloísa stays out of everyone’s business, these couples might stand a chance.

Are you watching Muchacha Italiana Viene a Casarse? If so, which couple are you cheering for?

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