Camila Mendes Says There’s a “Bump” in Varchie’s Relationship on Riverdale
We’re already traumatized from Bughead’s brief breakup on Riverdale, we don’t think we can handle another wrench in our second favorite couple’s relationship. Sadly, however, that’s exactly what appears is going to happen in the upcoming episodes of the CW hit drama.
Camila Mendes, who plays Veronica Lodge on Riverdale, recently did an interview with Canada’s eTalk where she told fans what they can expect as season two continues. As much as it hurts our heart to say this, she basically confirmed that there’s going to be trouble in paradise between her character and Archie Andrews (KJ Apa), the couple that is lovingly known by fans as Varchie.
“I think you see progress, but there will also be conflict,” she explained. “We kinda run into a little bit of a bump. That’s all I’m gonna say.”
“A little bit of a bump”?? What exactly does that mean? Are we talking Bughead-style split, or just a little argument between the teens. We. Need. ANSWERS.
The 23-year-old actress also revealed that Veronica will get “darker” as the season progresses, so perhaps that has something to do with the couple’s struggles.
“Veronica gets darker with each step she takes into her family business,” Camila explained. “She has to make some tough decisions morally. Even in her relationship with Archie and her friendship with Betty, I think there are darker aspects of her that are going to be revealed.”
In true Riverdale fashion, Veronica and Archie aren’t the only ones who have tough times ahead. Cole Sprouse revealed that his character, Jughead Jones, will go through some serious hardships in the latter half of season two.
The 25-year-old told MTV UK, “He’s an angry kid, he’s a super aggressive kid and throughout the season he makes some really, really poor and violent decisions.”
Drama is obviously a huge part of the teen television serious, but COME THE HECK ON. Isn’t it enough to have a serial killer on the loose in Riverdale?? You really have to mess with our favorite couples, too? Not cool.