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The Fake Wind On “La Rosa De Guadalupe” Is Not Made With A Fan And I’m Kinda Shocked

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The Fake Wind On “La Rosa De Guadalupe” Is Not Made With A Fan And I’m Kinda Shocked

Cue the choir music.

If you grew up in a Spanish-speaking house, chances are La Rosa De Guadalupe was the soundtrack to your childhood. It might even still be, the show’s been on for 12 whole years.

The dramatic music and even more dramatic moments taught you how to be extra as hell, but the wind on the show is what really made it what it is.

As you know — in each episode — wind blows on the main character when la Virgen answers the protagonist’s prayers, accompanied by some choir music. Casual. But is the wind made by using one large fan?

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In the behind-the-scenes shot, you can clearly see a person squatting down, hair dryer in hand.

And here’s the finished product. Should have put that thing on turbo for maximum effect, tbh.

I don’t know what else I expected, but it somehow wasn’t this. And I’m not alone.

In conclusion, I now know that I’m being blessed every time I blow-dry my hair. 😗✌️

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