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Laura Flores and Francisco Gattorno starred as adult protagonists, Belinda (later replaced by Daniela Luján in episode 92), Fabián Chávez and Martín Ricca starred as child protagonists, while Cecilia Gabriela and Raúl Magaña starred as adult antagonists. Grisel Margarita and Mickey Santana starred as child antagonists.

This is the story of the twins Mariana Cantú and Silvana del Valle Ontiveros. Silvana is taken away from her mother, Rocio, and sister at birth. by Gerardo Ontiveros, who paid the doctor that helped Rocio give birth for one of the twins; as his own sister, Regina, needed an infant to pose as her own daughter with her husband Rolando, who Silvana grows up believing is her biological father, as she cannot have children herself in order to keep him and his money at her side.

After 12 years, the twins meet again. They see the resemblance between them, and Silvana asks Mariana to switch places with her for a day so that she can audition as Silvana and get a part in a famous upcoming children's band called Cómplices al Rescate, as Mariana can sing well and Silvana cannot sing at all.

The soap opera also got a Brazilian Remake adapted by Iris Abravanel, it premiered in August 3, 2015 and ended in December 13, 2016. The Remake was broadcasted on the Brazilian television network known as SBT.

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Laura Flores and Francisco Gattorno starred as adult protagonists, Belinda (later replaced by Daniela Luján in episode 92), Fabián Chávez and Martín Ricca starred as child protagonists, while Cecilia Gabriela and Raúl Magaña starred as adult antagonists. Grisel Margarita and Mickey Santana starred as child antagonists.

This is the story of the twins Mariana Cantú and Silvana del Valle Ontiveros. Silvana is taken away from her mother, Rocio, and sister at birth. kidnapped as a newborn by Gerardo Ontiveros, who paid the doctor that helped Rocio give birth for one of the twins; as his own sister, Regina, needed an infant to pose as who lies that the girl is her own daughter and the result of her relationship with her husband Rolando, who a rich man. Silvana grows up believing becomes a spoiled girl, while Mariana, who is raised by her biological father, as she cannot have children herself in order to keep him and his money at her side.

mother, becomes a humble girl.

After 12 years, the twins finally meet again. They see by sheer chance. After the resemblance between them, and initial scare, Silvana asks Mariana to switch places with her for a day so that she can audition as Silvana and get a part in a famous upcoming children's band called Cómplices "Cómplices al Rescate, as Mariana can sing well Rescate". The two sisters also try to investigate why they grew up apart, and Silvana cannot sing at all.

they also deal with the fact that they like the same boy.

This telenovela is best known for the fact that its leading actress Belinda left the production after chapter 92, being replaced by Daniela Luján.

The soap opera also got a Brazilian Remake adapted by Iris Abravanel, it premiered in August 3, 2015 and ended in December 13, 2016. The Remake was broadcasted on the Brazilian television network known as SBT.




































































** Sebastián(Pedro in the Brazilian Remake) is a bit colder and more serious in contrast to his 2002 version counterpart, who was usually more open and outgoing.

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\n** Sebastián(Pedro in the Brazilian Remake) is a bit colder and more serious in contrast to his 2002 version counterpart, who was usually more open and outgoing.outgoing.
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* AdultFear: This happened to Rocio when Mariana was kidnapped.


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* AdultFear: This happened to Rocio when Mariana was kidnapped.


*** Manuela is less dramatic and a lot calmer than Mariana, she’s also a bit more timid and is more seen as TheCutie rather than a good-hearted yet flawed girl, their cloth styles are also different as Manuela’s clothes are colorful and cheerful while Mariana’s clothes resemble more a country girl.

*** Sebastián(Pedro in the Brazilian Remake) is a bit colder and more serious in contrast to his 2002 version counterpart, who was usually more open and outgoing.

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*** ** Manuela is less dramatic and a lot calmer than Mariana, she’s also a bit more timid and is more seen as TheCutie rather than a good-hearted yet flawed girl, their cloth styles are also different as Manuela’s clothes are colorful and cheerful while Mariana’s clothes resemble more a country girl.

*** ** Sebastián(Pedro in the Brazilian Remake) is a bit colder and more serious in contrast to his 2002 version counterpart, who was usually more open and outgoing.


* BrattyTeenageDaughter: Both Silvana and Priscila fit this trope, especially the latter after Daniela Lujan starts to play the character.

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* BrattyTeenageDaughter: Both Silvana and Priscila fit this trope, especially the latter former after Daniela Lujan starts to play the character.


*** Sebastián(Pedro in the Brazilian Remake) is a bit more colder and serious in contrast to his 2002 version counterpart, who was usually more open and outgoing.

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*** Sebastián(Pedro in the Brazilian Remake) is a bit more colder and more serious in contrast to his 2002 version counterpart, who was usually more open and outgoing.

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*AdultFear: This happened to Rocio when Mariana was kidnapped.


*Isabela is a lot tougher and meaner than Silvana herself, she also often dresses in black and has more of a rock style rather than being strictly a ValleyGirl like Silvana was.

** Manuela is less dramatic and a lot calmer than Mariana, she’s also a bit more timid and is more seen as TheCutie rather than a good-hearted yet flawed girl, their cloth styles are also different as Manuela’s clothes are colorful and cheerful while Mariana’s clothes resemble more a country girl.

*** Sebastián(Pedro in the Brazilian Remake) is a bit more colder and serious in contrast to his 2002 version counterpart, who was usually more open and outgoing.

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*Isabela **Isabela is a lot tougher and meaner than Silvana herself, she also often dresses in black and has more of a rock style rather than being strictly a ValleyGirl like Silvana was.

** Manuela ***Manuela is less dramatic and a lot calmer than Mariana, she’s also a bit more timid and is more seen as TheCutie rather than a good-hearted yet flawed girl, their cloth styles are also different as Manuela’s clothes are colorful and cheerful while Mariana’s clothes resemble more a country girl.

*** Sebastián(Pedro ****Sebastián(Pedro in the Brazilian Remake) is a bit more colder and serious in contrast to his 2002 version counterpart, who was usually more open and outgoing.


Isabela is a lot tougher and meaner than Silvana herself, she also often dresses in black and has more of a rock style rather than being strictly a ValleyGirl like Silvana was.

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Isabela *Isabela is a lot tougher and meaner than Silvana herself, she also often dresses in black and has more of a rock style rather than being strictly a ValleyGirl like Silvana was.


* AdaptationNameChange: Lots of characters had their names changed but most notably the main characters Silvana and Mariana who are now named Isabela and Manuela.

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* AdaptationNameChange: Lots of characters had their names changed but most notably the main characters Silvana and Mariana who are now named Isabela and Manuela.Manuela.

*AdaptationPersonalityChange: Some characters behave differently than their 2002 version counterparts:

Isabela is a lot tougher and meaner than Silvana herself, she also often dresses in black and has more of a rock style rather than being strictly a ValleyGirl like Silvana was.

** Manuela is less dramatic and a lot calmer than Mariana, she’s also a bit more timid and is more seen as TheCutie rather than a good-hearted yet flawed girl, their cloth styles are also different as Manuela’s clothes are colorful and cheerful while Mariana’s clothes resemble more a country girl.

*** Sebastián(Pedro in the Brazilian Remake) is a bit more colder and serious in contrast to his 2002 version counterpart, who was usually more open and outgoing.

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*AlwaysIdenticalTwins: Even more so than the Original Mexican version as Isabela and Manuela both have the ''exact same hairstyles''.


* AdaptationDistillation: The Original Mexican Version had Mariana constantly experience TwinTelepathy whenever Silvana was sad or upset and was a major plot point early on, this TwinTelepathy between the two is almost completely absent from the Brazilian Remake to the point that there’s at least 'one' scene when this is only slightly referenced.


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* AdaptationDistillation: The Original Mexican Version had Mariana constantly experience TwinTelepathy whenever Silvana was sad or upset and was a major plot point early on, this TwinTelepathy between the two is almost completely absent from the Brazilian Remake to the point that there’s at least 'one' ''one'' scene when this is only slightly referenced.



* AdaptationExpansion: There’s a lot more subplots added to the story in the Brazilian Remake such as the drama between the Catholic Church and the Protestant Church, a romance between the Priest’s niece and the Pastor and the fact that Isabela stayed in the Vaz siblings’ apartment more than in the Original Mexican version.


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* AdaptationExpansion: There’s a lot more subplots added to the story in the Brazilian Remake such as the drama between the Catholic Church and the Protestant Church, a romance between the Priest’s niece and the Pastor and the fact that Isabela stayed in the Vaz siblings’ apartment for more than in the Original Mexican version.time.



* AdaptationIntelligence: Isabela(Silvana) and Julia are shown to be smarter than their previous incarnations.

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* AdaptationIntelligence: AdaptationalIntelligence: Isabela(Silvana) and Julia are shown to be smarter than their previous incarnations.


* AdaptationalBadass: while Silvana was always the more outspoken twin in the Mexican original version, she was overall a scared child who often relied on others to help her despite her efforts to escape, Isabela(who is Silvana in the Brazilian Remake) is a lot braver and more proactive than Silvana herself and easily outsmart Geraldo and Regina’s henchmen several times.
** Although Julia is slightly less tomboyish than she was in the Mexican original version, she’s a lot bossier and more courageous than her previous incarnation to the point of often taking the leading role on occasion.

* AdaptationDistillation: The Mexican Original Version had Mariana constantly experience TwinTelepathy whenever Silvana was sad or upset and was a major plot point early on, this TwinTelepathy between the two is almost completely absent from the Brazilian Remake to the point that there’s at least 'one' scene when this is only slightly referenced

* AdaptationDyeJob: In the Mexican Original Version, the twins were blond haired when played by Belinda and they become brunette girls after they start to be played by Daniela Lujan but the Brazilian Remake turns them into brunettes from the beginning to the end.
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* AdaptationalBadass: while Silvana was always the more outspoken twin in the Original Mexican original version, she was overall a scared child who often relied on others to help her despite her efforts to escape, Isabela(who is Silvana in the Brazilian Remake) is a lot braver and more proactive than Silvana herself and easily outsmart Geraldo and Regina’s henchmen several times.
** Although Julia is slightly less tomboyish than she was in the Mexican original version, she’s a lot bossier and more courageous than her previous incarnation to the point of often taking fitting the leading "leader" role better than Joaquim on occasion.

* AdaptationDistillation: The Mexican Original Mexican Version had Mariana constantly experience TwinTelepathy whenever Silvana was sad or upset and was a major plot point early on, this TwinTelepathy between the two is almost completely absent from the Brazilian Remake to the point that there’s at least 'one' scene when this is only slightly referenced

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* AdaptationDyeJob: In the Mexican Original Mexican Version, the twins were blond haired when played by Belinda and they become brunette girls after they start to be played by Daniela Lujan but the Brazilian Remake turns them into brunettes from the beginning to the end.
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*AdaptationIntelligence: Isabela(Silvana) and Julia are shown to be smarter than their previous incarnations.

*AdaptationExpansion: There’s a lot more subplots added to the story in the Brazilian Remake such as the drama between the Catholic Church and the Protestant Church, a romance between the Priest’s niece and the Pastor and the fact that Isabela stayed in the Vaz siblings’ apartment more than in the Original Mexican version.



* AdaptationBadass: while Silvana was always the more outspoken twin in the Mexican original version, she was overall a scared child who often relied on others to help her despite her efforts to escape, Isabela(who is Silvana in the Brazilian Remake) is a lot braver and more proactive than Silvana herself and easily outsmart Geraldo and Regina’s henchmen several times.

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* AdaptationBadass: AdaptationalBadass: while Silvana was always the more outspoken twin in the Mexican original version, she was overall a scared child who often relied on others to help her despite her efforts to escape, Isabela(who is Silvana in the Brazilian Remake) is a lot braver and more proactive than Silvana herself and easily outsmart Geraldo and Regina’s henchmen several times.



* AdaptationDeviation:


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* AdaptationDeviation:

AdaptationDistillation: The Mexican Original Version had Mariana constantly experience TwinTelepathy whenever Silvana was sad or upset and was a major plot point early on, this TwinTelepathy between the two is almost completely absent from the Brazilian Remake to the point that there’s at least 'one' scene when this is only slightly referenced




* AdaptationDistillation: The Mexican Original Version had Mariana constantly experience TwinTelepathy whenever Silvana was sad or upset and was a major plot point early on, this TwinTelepathy between the two is almost completely absent from the Brazilian Remake to the point that there’s at least 'one' scene when this is only slightly referenced.

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\n* AdaptationDistillation: The Mexican Original Version had Mariana constantly experience TwinTelepathy whenever Silvana was sad or upset and was a major plot point early on, this TwinTelepathy between the two is almost completely absent from the Brazilian Remake to the point that there’s at least 'one' scene when this is only slightly referenced..

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