Shirley Arica was very direct with Sebastián Tamayo and asked him if he was in love with her, but the model did not give her a correct answer. It only defined what love was. “It is worrying about the person, wanting him to be well, that it hurts if he is sad,” he described.
At another point in their conversation in the men’s house, Tamayo told the Peruvian what he wanted to do from that moment on. “You’re going to realize it by yourself,” Arica replied. “Kiss me?” Asked the 29-year-old, to which the Peruvian added: “All the time.”
YOU CAN SEE: Yillian Atkinson gave Austin Palao a tender kiss in The Power of Love
“I think we are being realistic because we love each other and that nothing matters other than loving each other”, declared Sebastián Tamayo for the cameras of The Power of Love, a reality show that would come to an end in about a month.
Shirley Arica slapped Sebastián Tamayo
In the ‘kiss or slap’ challenge, Shirley Arica and Sebastián Tamayo agreed six times by turning their heads to the side, each time Vanessa Claudio said the days of the week. Only once did they turn to different sides, so Sebastián Tamayo earned a slap.
Although at the beginning the Colombian was very afraid of the hard slaps that Shirley Arica gives, Tamayo put his face. Although the Peruvian said that she was sorry to hit it hard, it finally did hurt. “The truth is, I don’t like the game anymore, I suffer too much, but I will always enjoy Shirley’s lips,” said the model.
YOU CAN SEE: The power of love: Ricardo Delgado faces Sebastián Tamayo for Shirley Arica Shirley Arica and Sebastián Tamayo gave each other passionate kisses
After the suffering, the reward came. Shirley Arica and Sebastián Tamayo gave each other passionate kisses, generating the euphoria of Vanessa Claudio, host of The Power of Love, and her other companions.
That day Shirley Arica and Sebastián weren’t the only ones who kissed. Peruvian Austin Palao also starred in his first kiss on the show alongside Puerto Rican dancer Yillian Atkinson, with whom he has given himself an opportunity to get to know each other better.