Alfonso Signorini, the whole truth about Manuel Bortuzzo: you don’t mind anymore, here’s what the conductor said about the ex-gieffino.
Manuel Bortuzzo was one of the positive surprises of the last edition of Big Brother Vip; the swimmer was loved even more by the public and also conquered Lulu Selassié, with whom he then continued the relationship even outside the Cinecittà house.
Despite the great love that arrived in the homes of all Italians, the story between the two ex-gieffini is over; he also commented on the situation Alfonso Signorini, host of the reality show.
Alfonso Signorini, the whole truth about Manuel Bortuzzo: the conductor’s comment
The story between Bortuzzo and the Selassié, even after the reality show, she was in the spotlight for some time, with Manuel and Lulù often interviewed by newspapers and television programs; at least until the moment though, on the question Signorini did not intervene on the situation.
Responding to a letter from a reader on Who, Signorini spoke in particular of Manuel, spending very nice words for him as usual; the conductor strongly wanted the swimmer in the program, always showing great esteem for him.
“You have to know how to manage fame. Manuel Bortuzzo and his father Franco are not lacking in common sense. A hug” Signorini writes in response to his reader, as reported by Our tv. In all likelihood, the conductor has also previously had the opportunity to speak out of the spotlight with Manuel and Lulu, but trying to stay on the sidelines and not publicly intervene in their story.
After a few months of rest, Signorini will certainly already be working on the next edition of Big Brother Vip, which as usual will arrive on Canale 5 next September; at the moment there is still mystery about who the new participants will be, as well as there is a lot of curiosity about the faces that will flank the conductor in the studio.
Will we see the return of Soleil Sorge as a columnist? Of course, entertainment will not be missing even in the next edition of the reality show, now in its seventh.