This Spanish-Language Dating Show Is Borderline Not Safe For TV But Your Parents Were Probably Hooked
Telemundo’s “12 Corazones” has aired over a hundred episodes since its premiere in 2005. Most would agree each of those episodes were unlike anything else on TV. Check out some of the weirdest, most random and wtf themes they’ve aired in the past:
“12 Corazones” aired a vampire-themed episode.
And it hasn’t been confirmed whether the episode aired around Halloween.
To shake things up a bit, they incorporated Zumba into their 60 minute slot.
Now your mom can go back and watch this episode if she’s ever in need of a workout video.
And with a little inspiration from Disney, “12 Corazones” also aired a princesses-themed show. ✨
Yes, they even had a script and acted out different scenes from princess stories.
Couples costumes became a reoccurring theme as was the case for this episode of policías y ladrones.
They didn’t joke around with these cop and thief costumes.
…and an episode of pilots and flight attendants.
They even included a game about which pilot could carry the most luggage.
Of course, they had to include an episode with the dynamic duo of doctors and nurses.
Who knew doctors and nurses could be so sexy… or awkward.
It then turned into a full-on talent show when they brought in breakdancers.
This girl should’ve gone to “America’s Best Dance Crew” instead.
To spice things up, they tossed in a few strippers from time to time.
For some reason, all of the ladies especially loved this episode.
But it really got wild when they invited Tarzan to the show.
All they were missing were a couple gorillas and elephants.
To try to keep the show nice and cozy, “12 Corazones” allowed guests to show up in their pjs.
And their pajamas were on FLEEK. Sleeker than Hugh Hefner in red silk.
Things got a bit nostalgic when quinceañeras arrived to the set in limos.
Yes, they arrived in stretch LIMOS.
They even had a valz instructor come onto the show:
And they danced to “Tiempo del Valz” of course.
But there wasn’t a more random theme than the one they included in this episode: “Incomodos de ver” (guys that are awkward to look at).
They must have been running out of ideas for different themes at this point…
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