Amorcito corazón (telenovela)

Amorcito Corazón
Genre Telenovela
Created by Valentina Párraga
Written by Carmen Sepúlveda
Luis Reynoso
Edwin Valencia
Lucero Suárez
Directed by Fernando Nesme
Felipe Najera
Starring Fabiola Campomanes
Elizabeth Álvarez
Diego Olivera
Theme music composer Pedro de Urdimalas
Manuel Esperón
Opening theme "Amorcito corazón" performed by Chayanne
Country of origin Mexico
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 206
Executive producer(s) Lucero Suarez
Producer(s) Ángel Villaverde
Cinematography Jesús Acuña
Víctor Soto
Editor(s) Jorge Silva
V. Hugo F. Ordaz
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 41-44 minutes
Production company(s) Televisa
Distributor Televisa
Original network Canal de las Estrellas
Picture format SDTV 480i
HDTV 1080i
Audio format Stereophonic
Original release August 29, 2011 – June 10, 2012
Preceded by Ni contigo ni sin ti
Followed by Cachito de cielo[1]
Related shows Trapos íntimos (2002)

Amorcito Corazón (English title: Darling Sweetheart)[2] is a Mexican telenovela produced by Lucero Suárez for Televisa. It is a remake of the Venezuela telenovela Trapos íntimos, produced in 2002.[3]

It stars Fabiola Campomanes, Elizabeth Álvarez, Diego Olivera as the main protagonists, while Grettell Valdéz, África Zavala, Daniel Arenas, Alejandro Ibarra and Ricardo Fastlicht star as the co-protagonists. With Liz Vega and Miguel Ángel Biaggio as the main antagonist, and stellar performances of Mariana Karr, Silvia Mariscal and Macaria.[4]


On August 29, 2011, Canal de las Estrellas started broadcasting Amorcito Corazón weekdays at 6:15pm, replacing Ni contigo ni sin ti.[5] The last episode was broadcast on June 10, 2012, with Cachito de cielo replacing it the following day.[6][1]

On May 30, 2012, Univision started broadcasting Amorcito Corazón weekdays at 3pm/2c, replacing Dos hogares.[7][8] The last episode was broadcast on February 1, 2013, with Soy tu dueña replacing it on February 4.


Isabel Cordero (Elizabeth Álvarez) is an unlucky in love architect who lost the love of her life, Rubén (Alejandro Nones), when she was 18 years old because of her controlling father, Leopoldo (Alfonso Iturralde) who left his wife to start a relationship with Isabel's godmother. For this reason, Isabel's mother, Sara (Silvia Mariscal) loses her mind for a while and is admitted to a psychiatric medical institution. Isabel believes that she is cursed. She thinks that every man who falls in love with her will suffer for it. She thinks she will never succeed in love and be happy, until she meets Fernando Lobo (Diego Olivera).

Fernando Lobo is the manager of a construction company, who after the death of his wife Sofía (Fabiola Campomanes), is committed to raising their three daughters. While on a working trip to Veracruz, he meets Doris (Liz Vega) with whom he starts a short lived romance. After the project, he returns to the capital. Under somewhat funny circumstances, he meets Isabel, who is also his neighbor. Unknown to Fernando, Isabel is a friend of his three daughters. Doris, meanwhile, will join forces with Alfonso (Miguel Ángel Biaggio), Isabel ex-boyfriend, to prevent the relationship between Isabel and Fernando.

Lucía (Africa Zavala), Fernando's younger sister, is about to finish her novitiate in the convent run by Sor Ernestina (Raquel Morell), when she meets Willy (Daniel Arenas), a gym instructor that, in turn, is a gigolo. Despite her convictions about her religious vocation, the emergence of Willy and his declaration of love, will make Lucía hesitate. In addition, Beba (Mariana Karr) is in love and obsessed with Willy, but all he wants is her money. Hortensia (Macaria), Beba's best friend and mother in law of Fernando, wants to open the eyes of her friend.

Zoe (Grettell Valdéz), Isabel and Lucía's best friend, is a young woman dedicated to her home and her husband Álvaro (Pietro Vannucci), who is cheating on her with a man in his own house. After this discovery, Zoe realizes that she never really fell in love with Álvaro or any other man and does not "get them". In a suicide attempt, she meets Cecilio (Ricardo Fastlicht). She begins to like Cecilo but later will meet Felipe (Alejandro Ibarra) who will become her boyfriend. She is unaware that Cecilio and Felipe are friends and business partners.

Marisol (Renata Notni), the eldest daughter of Fernando, is a rebellious teenager who is in constant conflict with her father, but finds love with Juancho (Diego Amozurrutia), a humble young man who is also a cousin of Willy. However, Barbara (Gaby Mellado), sister of Willy, is also in love with him and will do everything possible to separate them.

A twist in the story happens when Manuela (Fabiola Campomanes), Sofía's twin sister, returns, and is obsessed with Fernando, her late sister's husband.


  • Fabiola Campomanes - Manuela Ballesteros Tres Palacios / Sofía Ballesteros Tres Palacios de Lobo[9]
  • Elizabeth Álvarez - Isabel Cordero Valencia de Lobo[10]
  • Diego Olivera - Fernando Lobo Carvajal[11]
  • Mariana Karr - Beatificación "Beba" Vda. de Solís
  • Silvia Mariscal - Sara Valencia de Cordero
  • Macaria - Hortensia Tres Palacios Vda. de Ballesteros
  • Alejandro Ibarra - Lic. Felipe Ferrer
  • Grettell Valdéz - Zoe Guerrero de García de Monsalve[12]
  • África Zavala - Lucía Lobo Carvajal de Pinzón[13]
  • Gerardo Murguia - Jorge Solís
  • Ricardo Fastlicht - Lic. Cecilio Monsalve
  • Miguel Ángel Biaggio - Alfonso "Poncho" Armendáriz
  • Liz Vega - Doris Montiel de Armendáriz
  • Diego Amozurrutia - Juan Francisco "Juancho" Hernández
  • Renata Notni - María Soledad "Marisol" Lobo Ballesteros
  • Gaby Mellado - Bárbara Pinzón Hernández de Rossy
  • Ricardo Margaleff - Ramón "Moncho"
  • Eduardo Shacklett - Ricardo "Ricky" Pinzón Hernández
  • Adanely Núñez - Adela
  • Gloria Sierra - Ana
  • Rosita Pelayo - Guillermina Alcaráz
  • Alfonso Iturralde - Leopoldo Cordero Méndez
  • Daniel Arenas - William "Willy Boy" Guillermo Pinzón Hernández[14]
  • Patricia Martínez - Eulalia "Lala" Hernández Vda. de Pinzón
  • María Alicia Delgado - Susana Susy
  • Rubén Cerda - Padre Benito Carvajal
  • Pietro Vannucci - Álvaro García de Alba[15]
  • Bibelot Mansur - Yazmín
  • Raquel Morell - Sor Ernestina
  • Thelma Dorantes - Irma
  • Joana Brito - Minerva
  • Regina Tiscareño - María Fernanda "Marifer" Lobo Ballesteros
  • Karol Sevilla - María Lucia "Marilú" Lobo Ballesteros
  • Omar Isfel - Gabriel "Tuqueque"

Special participation

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Recipient Result
2012 30th TVyNovelas Awards[17] Best Co-star Actor Alejandro Ibarra Nominated
Best Young Lead Actress Gaby Mellado Nominated
Best Young Lead Actor Diego Amozurrutia Nominated


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  2. "Darling Sweetheart". televisainternacional. Retrieved August 12, 2016.
  3. ""Amorcito corazón", historia de amor a la mexicana". Retrieved June 22, 2011.
  4. "Vuelve Lucero Suárez con "Amorcito corazón" al corte de comedia". Retrieved June 21, 2011.
  5. "Hoy inicia 'Amorcito Corazón'". Retrieved August 29, 2011.
  6. "Pronto llega Cachito de cielo". Retrieved February 20, 2012.
  7. ""Amorcito Corazón" muy pronto por Univisión". Retrieved May 5, 2012.
  8. ""Amorcito Corazón" se estrena en Estados Unidos por Univisión". Retrieved May 31, 2012.
  9. "Personajes de la telenovela Amorcito Corazon - Manuela y Sofía". Retrieved September 1, 2011.
  10. "Personajes de la telenovela Amorcito Corazon - Isabel". Retrieved September 1, 2011.
  11. "Personajes de la telenovela Amorcito Corazon - Fernando". Retrieved September 1, 2011.
  12. "Personajes de la telenovela Amorcito Corazon - Zoe". Retrieved September 1, 2011.
  13. "Personajes de la telenovela Amorcito Corazon - Lucía". Retrieved September 1, 2011.
  14. "Personajes de la telenovela Amorcito Corazon - Willy". Retrieved September 1, 2011.
  15. "Personajes de la telenovela Amorcito Corazon - Álvaro". Retrieved September 1, 2011.
  16. "Carmen Becerra desestabilizará a parejas de 'Amorcito corazón'". Retrieved December 3, 2011.
  17. "Lista de Nominados a los Premios TVyNovelas 2012". Retrieved January 11, 2012.

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