Guest at Verissimo, Enrico Papi retraced his career, talked about his family and remembered his mother Luciana
The television calendar of very true, its Channel 5. And Silvia Toffanin, in the first episode, chose to welcome in her living room Enrico Papi. In the open-hearted chat, the presenter had the opportunity to talk about his life and career, but what moved all the viewers was the story linked to his mother and her death a few months ago.
Enrico Papi has always been one of the most followed and appreciated Italian conductors. Unforgettable, for example, Sarabanda. Music quiz aired in the early 2000s in which competitors challenged each other to recognize songs as quickly as possible.
After a long absence from the screens, Enrico had an experience a Tv8, always as a quiz host.
For a few weeks, however, he has returned to what he himself defines “home“, the Mediaset. He was chosen as the host of the new edition of Jokes aside and the first episodes, aired these days, were really a blockbuster.
In chat with Silvia Toffanin, in the living room of very true, Papi was able to retrace all these stages of his career. He also spoke about his family, his wife Raffaella and his two children, Rebecca and Jacopo.
Enrico Papi and the memory of his mother
But the moment during the interview that most moved those present in the room and also the viewers, was the one in which Enrico Papi returned to talk about his mother Luciana and of his disappearance, which took place only a few months ago.
I always try to make my children understand the value of the relationship with their parents. When someone is young he doesn’t understand certain things, he wants to go his own way. On the other hand, I have always had a very close relationship with my mother, we felt every day, I really appreciated how it was. It taught me the pleasure of always finding the positive side in life. Unfortunately she died in the worst way for one person.
Although he couldn’t talk much in the last few days, he still tried to make jokes to play down that terrible moment. For a child, seeing his mother die in front of him is very ugly. The helplessness of not being able to do anything is terrible. A world has ended for me, a time has ended.
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