7 Best Musical Moments in the House of Flowers

The House of Flowers (La Casa De las Flores in Spanish) is a Mexican dark comedy-drama television series, created for Netflix. It tells the story of a dysfunctional upper-class Mexican family that owns a prestigious floristry shop and a struggling cabaret, both called The House of Flowers. Its genre is considered “millennial” telenovela by the creators, since it contains several LGBT+ characters, and addresses issues such as homophobia, transphobia, sexism, racism, class inequality, and morality in Mexico.

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Careful, there are spoilers ahead!

1. Virginia de la Mora — Es Ella Mas Que Yo

First of the best musical moments in the House of Flowers comes from Virginia, the mother of the family. Originally sung by the Queen of Latin PopYuri, Es Ella Mas Que Yo is a song that tells the story of a possible betrayal and in which the singer asks, “Is she more than me?”. In the series, Virginia (Verónica Castra) sings this song to Ernesto and his deceased lover Roberta.

2. Julian de la Mora – A quién le importa?

Originally sung by Thalía, this song was sung by Julian de la Mora (Darío Yazbek Bernal) to express his feelings and come out to his family during a dinner.

¿A quién le importa lo que yo haga? (To whom does it matter what I do?)

¿A quién le importa lo que yo diga? (To whom does it matter what I say?)

Yo soy así y así seguiré (This is the way I am and so I will continue being)

Nunca cambiaré (I will never change)

3. Paulina de la Mora – Muévolo

Pualina (Cecilia Suárez) sings this dynamic song in an impassively and tense way in Roberta’s funeral because her mother Virginia is also there.

4. Micaéla Sánchez — Maldita Primavera

Micaéla (Alexa de Landa) sings Maldita Primavera, another song of Yuri, in her mother Roberta’s funeral.

5. Micaéla Sánchez — El Triste

Originally sung by José José, this song is sung by Micaéla in the last scene of second seasons finale. While Micaéla sings the songs; Paulina goes to jail, Victoria manages to prevent Chiqius from destroying the floristry shop, Jenny tries to escape from the police, and Elena involves in a car accident.

6. Carmela Villalobos — Cosas del Amor

Carmela (Verónica Langer) sings Ana Gabriel’s Cosas del Amor in this emotional scene.

7. Julian and Diego — Olvídame y Pega la Vuelta

In this scene, Julian (Darío Yazbek Bernal) and Diego (Juan Pablo Medina) lipsyncs to Pimpinela’s separation-themed song Olvídame y Pega la Vuelta.

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