Former Big Brother contestant Mariana Pinto spoke this morning with Claudio Ramos and Maria Botello Muniz, where she talked about her time on the show as well as the relationship between Francisco Montero and Marcia Soares.
Although Mariana Pinto’s journey in this edition of Big Brother was mostly peaceful and without major conflicts, it is worth noting that it was she who led to one of the first major conflicts in the house. The feeling that she had been picked on by her playoff teammates during the first week, especially Francisco Montero, sparked some confusion and even hostility in most competitors toward Montero before they even met him.
However, when asked about this, Mariana confirmed that she had spoken “with Francisco and everything was resolved,” and also justified, once again, why she felt objectified.
When asked about Francisco Montero and the direction the home game took, Mariana Pinto thought Montero“He is always looking for love” and above all “he wants to be loved.” “He seems to be really searching,” he adds, saying that if a new competitor had impressed him, Montero would have moved on. Mariana still says about Montero: “I never liked the group itself.”In reference to the competitor’s closest friend. “He was the one who got people talking about him,” he said last deleted from this edition of Big Brother.
When it comes to Francisco Montero’s relationship with Marcia Soares, Mariana does not hesitate to agree that the rival was “incoherent”: “He trusts his friends that Marcia is this and that (…) but when he is with Marcia he only sees Marcia, it’s crazy “
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