Who never?! Luisa Mell participated in “What’s this Story, Porchat?” this Wednesday (1), and revealed that she had a crush on actor Fábio Assunção when she was younger, during her adolescence. To complete, later, the activist managed to “concrete” the crush on the actor. It represented a lot of people, right?!
When asked who was her first famous platonic love in her life, Luisa said: “I think… It was Fábio Assunção; (had crush on him) when I was younger and…. When I was older I… I did it! It’s been 20 years! Oh my God! I never told you that. It’s been 20 years… For God’s sake!“. The influencer was embarrassed when talking about the subject, and got laughs from Fábio Porchat and the audience.
Today, she is 42 years old and the artist is 50. The other participants in the episode, Rodrigo Pandolfo and Pedroca Monteiro, also talked about their childhood crushes. For the first, it was Luana Piovanni. The comedian, on the other hand, admired Bruce Willis and Humberto Martins. “The mature, furry hunks. a kind of bear thing“he joked. Watch:
Luisa, by the way, is not the first celebrity to point Fábio as her crush when she was younger. Mariana Ximenes also talked about him, saying that he lived close to the star years ago. The actress said that she flirted with Asunción when he went to her father’s newsstand. We don’t judge!
Perrengue during rescue
In the program, Luisa also shared a trouble she went through during one of the animal rescues she usually participates in. The blonde said that, when trying to help an injured little animal, she ended up running over a man. In the chat with Porchat, Mell related details of the tense episode he lived. “I always go everywhere to rescue (animals) and never measure the consequences. This time I was with my baby, Enzo, who was not even one year old, I had my cell phone and disaster arrived. It was a bloody dog, a dreadful thing that couldn’t wait for the next day. It was about nine in the evening. But I never go to the robbery alone, I always call someone to go with me”, recalled Luisa.
The account then continued. “Then I called Rafael Leal, who was one of my partners, ‘Rafa, look at the picture of the dog, for God’s sake, I can’t go alone.’ He said: ‘Okay, I’ll go in a little while, okay’. He came, he picked me up at home, it was already ten o’clock. I’m used to going during the day, at night it’s a little more tense. During the day, there are places where I go and say: ‘Hi, I’m Luisa Mell’, the trafficker will let me, I just came to save the dog’. But at night… This place was new”, pointed out the activist.
Afterwards, Luísa shared the moment when the situation went from bad to worse, due to her lack of perception. “I know it was dark, and it got really dark, and then all of a sudden, boom! Out of nowhere, I didn’t see where it came from, a motorcycle hit the car. I know it was a very deserted place and suddenly a lot of men started to appear. And I was desperate, because the guy on the bike fell, and I was like: ‘No, wait, let’s call the police.’ Then someone said: ‘The police don’t come in here!’ It took me a while to call me because the police aren’t coming. I was thinking it was like, ‘Oh, poor things, the police don’t even come here'”, she reported.
Without realizing the danger he was in, Mell said he needed a “touch” from his rescuer. “And Rafael started: ‘Can’t you see that they are bandits? Let’s go’. Then the biggest bandit came and I said: ‘Man, let me tell you, I left my house, I left my baby, to save a dog that is injured, how can I leave a person injured?’ And at that moment I think I saved my life”said the blonde, enjoying the situation.
The unbelievable moments of tension, however, did not stop there. “There he [o bandido] said: ‘Put it on [o homem da moto] in the car’. Rafael said: ‘Are you going to put it in my car?’ Then everyone helped put him in the car and we went to the hospital. [O moço que caiu disse] ‘I can’t go to the hospital, I’m undocumented’. I said: ‘Okay, let’s go to your house and you can get the document.’ Then we get to an even more broken road — and you can’t go everywhere — everyone comes on top of the car and I say: ‘Calm down, I’m taking him because he’s hurt, let’s get the document to take to the hospital’ ”, explained.
The absurd account then drew laughs from the rest of the program participants and also from the audience. “So he said, ‘Lady, I’m not going to the hospital.’ And I: ‘What do you mean? Give me your phone’. Then I went to the other side (of the neighborhood) to get the dog, and I said: ‘Don’t you know, I have to take the medicine to the boy’, and the woman: ‘It’s all a criminal, are you worried?’. I said: ‘I’m worried about the dog and the boy, it doesn’t matter if he’s a criminal, if he’s in pain, it matters to me'”, told the activist.