The life of Judith Delcourt has not been evident lately in Tomorrow belongs to us, but fortunately the young woman will also have some lighter intrigues. And according to what Alice Varela confided to Télé Star, that does not mean that these scenes will be easier…
While the bulk of the intrigues of Tomorrow belongs to us, broadcast every day of the week at 7:10 p.m. on TF1, is focused on the stud, Paul and Diane Ferry, some are waiting for Judith’s return to the screen. The young woman indeed finds herself in the middle of a complicated arc after the death of Noa, but the Delcourt family has been discreet in the intrigues for a few days, in particular because of a well-deserved stay at the spa. During an exclusive interview with Télé Star, actress Alice Varela, who plays Judith Delcourt, returned to the tragedies experienced by his fictional family and what this will mean for his character. Fortunately, she also explained that Judith will have a few lighter moments, but what is more sympathetic for her character is not always easy for the actress to play.
“It’s true that dramas follow one another and will change her profoundly. This summer marks the beginning of her metamorphosis. It’s very pleasant to see her character grow”. It must be said that with all the disasters she experienced at the farmhouse, Judith was forced to immediately adopt the behavior of a responsible adult to prevent her family’s business from experiencing even more difficulties. But the responsibility she feels towards the mas and the pressure she puts on herself will, fortunately, be somewhat relieved by other intrigues, as we have already seen with the stay at the spa of Judith, Chloé and Marianne. “Fortunately, there will be a little moment of levity…” teased Alice Varela, before specifying that it will be a “love trio…” and stop: “I won’t say more!”
Alice Varela: “I tend to lose focus”
The information is already good to take, especially since Judith’s heart stories have already started in the series with her feelings for Jordan, whom she hasn’t allowed herself to listen to since Noah’s death (Tristan Jerram). But if these are light scenes that await her, Alice Varela already knows that they promise to be complicated for her. “The problem is that when I come out of these scenes strong enough to play lighter ones, I tend to lose focus and laugh with my partners. But that’s also the DNA family. And that do well !”.
Interview to be found in full in your magazine Télé Star on newsstands and in digital version this Monday, August 1, 2022.
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