The beloved presenter Maria De Filippi has recently spoken a lot – and very sincerely – during an interview. Among the topics touched upon, he still recalled the myth of Raffaella Carrà and wanted to have his say on the discussed Zan Bill.
Maria De Filippi gave a long interview to ‘La Stampa’, during which she talked about herself, her thoughts and current issues. The presenter also wanted to speak directly and sincerely about some of her peculiarities, revealing the background of her character.
However, after an overwhelming bereavement like the one that occurred recently, the De Filippi could not hold back a moving reference to the “queen of Italian television”: Raffaella Carrà. Moreover, Maria De Filippi was the first to visit the funeral home, alongside Sergio Japino.
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The presenter had always admired and esteemed the Carrà, with whom he then had the opportunity to share moments, four years ago. In fact, Raffaella Carrà she had been invited to a program conducted by the De Filippi.
To remember the great myth of Carrà, the presenter spoke as follows during the interview for ‘La Stampa’:
She was sharp, intelligent, sensitive, she led by pretending not to lead, restoring in front of the cameras what was the truth
Maria De Filippi: what do you think of the Zan Bill
It is not new to hear about the Ddl Zan. There are many public figures who have chosen to have their say on the controversial bill. About that Maria De Filippi he delicately analyzed what is happening, underlining how unfortunately the debates in Italy are always complex and exploited.
For the presenter, the human and civil importance of the decree should first of all be considered. For Maria De Filippi it is, in fact, a “Question of civilization”:
The debate on the Zan decree has taken on, as always happens in Italy, partisan connotations and exploitation. But here we are not faced with a question of parties or parties, but a question of civilization.