Alessia Marcuzzi in the last hours announced the farewell to Mediaset after 25 years. The presenter confessed that the programs proposed by the company no longer responded to her wishes and for this reason she chose to leave: from her Instagram profile, however, Marcuzzi revealed a certain sadness.
Alessia Marcuzzi announced his goodbye to Mediaset after 25 years of career: the differences with the company led by Piersilvio Berlusconi concerned the types of programs that were proposed to the presenter, who no longer recognized herself in that style. For this, he said he wanted to take a break and figure out what to do in his future.
But Alessia Marcuzzi how are you experiencing this situation? The host, through her profile Instagram, has made it clear that, even if she is convinced of her choice, after so many years she is experiencing a moment of normal sadness and nostalgia, as can be deduced from the last post that he chose to publish on social networks.
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Alessia Marcuzzi: “I’m nostalgic”
There conductor, in fact, he released a video in which the American singer Suzanne Vega he performs in his single “Luka”, released in 1987. The lyrics and the melody of the piece are a lot melancholy, also because the singer was inspired by the story of a child and the mistreatment he suffered in the family context.
Alessia Marcuzzi, while underlining the strong message of the passage, it is addressed to those who are experiencing a sad moment like her:
“Tonight I’m like that, a little melancholy… the words are a little strong, I know, but I’d like to dedicate it to all those who feel a little down, I’d like you to sing it with me”.
There conductorHe then confessed that he was in a bad mood after making the decision to leave the company where he worked for all these years. Many have come for her messages of support, both from her audience, who showed her great affection, and from other women in the entertainment world including Elena Santarelli and Rita Rusic, who encouraged Marcuzzi by saying: “After the rain comes a wonderful sun”.