Hugo Sierra and Elena Rodriguez have become the greatest example of understanding in Survivientes 2020. Despite having landed in Honduras with quite important family differences and with a powerful issue to resolve, the ex of Adara and his mother must be admitted that they have made an effort to get along as well as possible. At different times both have slipped the love that they have at heartAfter all, they have been and are family, but between them there was still a resentment that seems to have been settled tonight in No Man’s Land.
The underprivileged and the mortals have been reunited and have had the opportunity to put their unfinished business on the table (or to throw the junk at their heads again, as in the case of Rocio Flores and Yiya). “I am very glad to see you,” Elena said to Hugo, giving him a hug. “This love and hate story we have. Do you love me a little bit, or not? They told me that you threw a stick at me when I left, they told me something “, the Uruguayan started a little more tense. Then Elena tried to explain herself, and when she broke, Hugo calmed down.
“Hugo, I have resentment, everything that happened, you took my girl …”, Elena has begun to say with a voice, “I was bothered by a couple of things they said to me, but I’m very happy, dammit,” Adaras mother told her.
So Hugo wanted to explain what really happened and perhaps the misunderstanding that Adara could have had or that she could not express: “I did not say that I could not come. Lhe things are not like that, I only asked him that during the first days we enjoyed the child, neither my family nor his. In childbirth Elena was the first person we notified along with my mother. I had another girl and I did not enjoy her first days because of the chaos of people there was. He did not want to repeat the same situation. Adara can confirm it in Madrid “, Hugo Sierra explained calmly and close to Elena. “I understood something else, just as she expressed herself wrong. She is forgiven”, Adaras mother has ended up burying in Honduras the sorrow she was carrying against her grandson’s father.