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7 Of The Craziest Abuelitas & Monster-in-Laws from Telenovelas

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We love telenovelas for their over-the-top romantic gestures, bitch slaps and, of course, the intense amount of shade being thrown by conniving grandmothers and monster-in-laws. Here are some of the most devious abuelas and mother-in-laws who sent shivers down your spine.

Angélica de Santibañez in “Marimar”

Played by: Chantal Andere

In one of the classic rivalries of the Maria trilogy, Marimar is constantly humiliated by Angelica, the stepmother of the man she loves. In one of the most did-that-really-just-happen moments in telenovela history, Angelica coerces Marimar to pick up a pearl necklace with her teeth. This is how Marimar ends up:

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WTH?! Angelica gives the evil stepmother from “Cinderella” a run for her money.

Lucrecia Dávila in “Esperanza del Corazon”

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Played by: Lucía Méndez

Now this is one messed up grandma. Lucrecia is a wealthy entrepreneur who is not fond of her own granddaughter, Lisa. When her other granddaughter, Krista, falls in love with the same man as Lisa, things get HEATED. And Lucrecia is totally okay with the fact that Krista might have slept with the man first. #LaDiabla

Eloísa Vda. de Ángeles in “Muchacha Italiana Viene a Casarse”

Played by: Isela Vega

Eloisa has absolutely #nochill when it comes to giving out complete backhanded compliments. You cannot be shielded from her sharp tongue – it doesn’t matter if you’re her grandson, granddaughter, maid or the muchacha italiana, Fiorella. Eloisa has been known to utter to her granddaughter that she shouldn’t step foot in church or else it would burn down. Check out the vicious slap she hands out to her grandson:

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She’s still got plenty of strength in those arms.

Ana María de la Vega de Almazán in “Colorina”

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Played by: María Teresa Rivas

This shady matron of the family will do ANYTHING to have a legit grandchild. So, one of her schemes involves helping her son have a baby with someone other than his wife, who is bedridden. Her signature move to know her son’s whereabouts? Hiding behind her living room’s glass door to do some major eavesdropping. Can you say creeper?

QUIZ: Which Telenovela Role Would You Play?

Blanca De Velasco de Peñarreal in “Esmeralda”

CREDIT: Nenad N./YouTube

Played by: Raquel Morell

Similar to a tamale de rajas, Blanca’s exterior seems mild, but her ulterior motives pack a serious punch. Even Esmeralda’s striking beauty and carefree spirit (and the fact that she is BLIND) could not soften Blanca’s heart to accept her son’s interest in the “campesina.” Start watching at 17:49 for the first moments of shade.

Malvina del Olmo in “Maria Mercedes”

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Played by: Laura Zapata

Malvina’s name is fitting because she is a malvada. This woman will stop at nothing to make Maria’s (Thalia) life a living hell. After the death of her husband, Maria moves into the same house with Malvina and her son, Jose Luis. Eventually, Maria and Jose Luis start to form a relationship. Guess who isn’t having it? Malvina. Watch Maria bitch slap Malvina when Malvina accuses her of having an illegitimate son. A classic telenovela moment!

READ: 7 of Your Favorite Lines from the Craziest Telenovela Supervillains

Doña Juana in “Alborada”

CREDIT: Eduardo Mendez/YouTube 

Played by: Daniela Romo

History does in fact repeat itself, and Doña Juana shows monster-in-laws have always existed, even in colonial Mexico. She will stop at nothing to get destiny to bend her way. She gets upset she is raising “a scorpion” of a son – despite raising him with the best teachers and providing whatever he needed. Watch her drunken rant turn into blind rage in just a matter of minutes.

Did we miss any of your favorite telenovela evil grandmas or monster-in-laws? Tell us in the comments below and click on the share button to send this throwback telenovela list to your friends!

Marco Rubio Kinda Fell Apart During The Last #GOPDebate

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Marco Rubio Kinda Fell Apart During The Last #GOPDebate

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Marco Rubio DID NOT have a good night at a recent ABC News debate. In one of the debate’s most memorable moments, the Florida Senator went toe-to-toe with New Jersey governor Chris Christie. Christie called out Rubio for repeating a memorized speech and the Internet was ALL OVER IT. Rubio got so flustered that he just continued repeating the same line all night.

Rubio was soaring after his third place finish in Iowa, and then Chris Christie went full savage during Saturday’s debate.

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And, for a change, it wasn’t Donald Trump making all the noise. #DreamsDoComeTrue

So, what was Christie attacking Rubio on? His rehearsed, 25-second stump speech. You know, the one that Rubio used five times during the debate and three more times afterward.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mCq4z1FbrJA

But, specifically, this line: “Let’s dispel once and for all with this fiction that Barack Obama doesn’t know what he’s doing. He knows exactly what he’s doing.”

READ: Marco Rubio, You’re Running for President, Not Best Comic Standing

And the Internet did what the Internet does: gave birth to #MarcoRoboto.

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Others are waiting for the day that Rubio goes full malfunction.

Rubio is being compared to the Terminator… but, like, the hurt and damaged Terminator.

Someone even captured the whole exchange in one drawing.

And it was eerily similar to this tweet about Rubio’s debate prep.

READ: Watch How these Republican Candidates Got Stumped by Beauty Guru Dulce Candy

It didn’t take long for someone to use the Cuban-American candidate’s words against him.

Rubio’s robotic message also inspired these genius Halloween costumes.

Bravo, Rubio. Your words are making a lasting impression in pop culture.

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