Giancarlo Magalli is back on TV and is unrecognizable in anyone’s eyes. When they wanted to tie him to a bed…: the sad story.
Giancarlo Magalli on Radio 2 (Instagram – Leggilo.org)
The Roman TV presenter, Giancarlo Magalli he managed to get out of the tunnel of nightmares that was about to drag him almost definitively into the limbo of the most atrocious suffering.
Behind the big fast from the small screen, the former conductor de Your facts there is a story of shortness of breath, which for a moment had seen Giancarlo on the edge of the precipice with the concern of not making it.
He had not let his TV colleagues know but had confided it to his daughters. Magalli was very ill and suffered from one of the most complex lymphomas to treat today in the medical field.
“They wanted to tie me to the hospital bed” tell to very true the presenter, who thus recounts the terrible moments spent in the hospital, when he had strong hallucinations and a body temperature over 40 degrees, due to the flu that resulted
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Giancarlo Magalli to Verissimo (Instagram – Leggilo.org)
After spending one of the most terrible periods of its existence, the conductor de Your Facts, Giancarlo Magalli has returned to being noticed in front of the small screen.
Silvia Toffanin a very true she invited him to have a chat with her and he bluntly began to tell a story of which hardly anyone knew the details.
Giancarlo ended up being hospitalized due to lymphoma in the spleen area hospital. She told her daughters that she could live for another 2 1/2 months but luckily the cancer recovery rate eventually took over.
Magalli showed up in Toffanin’s studios lost 24 kilos after whichand 4 months of sedentarity on the bed between fears and worries.
A sad page of his life that Magalli wants to put behind him immediately, perhaps returning to the helm of his TV programs.
In this regard, there was no lack of jab to the colleagues who replaced him in this period and to Stefano Coletta himself, director of Rai to whom he recently sent a letter in which Giancarlo confided that he felt ready to pick up where he left off.
The swirl of changes to I Fatti Vostri in the control room – Magalli admits with that hint of presumption that has always distinguished him – has not produced results in terms of listening and therefore he considers it almost mandatory on his part to recall the old days. How will it end?
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