Gemma Galgani makes a special dedication to Tina Cipollari. The lady gets excited and the columnist smiles with irony
New and unusual events took place during the last episode of UeD. On the occasion of the birthday from Tina Cipollari, Gemma Galgani it behaves in a way that has never really been seen towards the columnist. The Turin lady is currently still on the mend.
The woman is in quarantine, after contracting Covid, and is still present in the studio only via streaming connection. The episode opens with the triumphant entry of Tina Cipollari who asks the audience to stand up to wish her good wishes. The woman looks enthusiastic to the idea of to party his birthday and it also seems to have organized everything down to the smallest detail.
Gianni Sperti, who has always been a friend of Tina, laughs and comments: “She is doing everything by herself, there is nothing spontaneous”. But Tina is now a river in flood and dedicates a series of compliments, obviously done by herself. But it is precisely at that moment that, in a completely unexpected way, intervenes the his enemy.
Gemma Galgani, in connection, takes the floor and dice: “Although there are differences between us, I join in the applause and best wishes of all the others”. Then the lady sings best wishes for the columnist. Tina can’t resist and with a hint of sarcasm replies: “Thanks Gemma, it’s as if my grandmother had made them for me”. The hostess is very amused by the curtain that is coming to form. The resourcefulness of the columnist in organizing the birthday party makes Maria De Filippi smile: “Did you also make the cake?”, Asks: “Of course”, replies the birthday girl, very satisfied.
Then looking at the ceiling, she gives the signal to drop red balloons: “Tina this is for you” she says to herself. But here’s the twist. The lady Gemma Galgani, in front of the celebrations for her enemy’s birthday, gets excited. The incredulous Cipollari asks: “Are you excited for my birthday too?”.