A few days ago Barbara D’Urso attended the gay village. A big party where the presenter went wild between dances and selfies with everyone. Once again the TV presenter proved to be close to LGBT communication and civil rights, thus becoming a gay icon just like Raffaella Carrà was …
His support for the LGBT community it has never failed. And it will never fail. A total support that of Barbara D’Urso which comes from the heart and from the conviction that love is love without any distinction. On their twitter profile of almost a million followers there is never a shortage of posts dedicated to this world, to the injustices they still suffer today.
The presenter of Channel 5 she was invited a few days ago to Gay Village where he confirmed that he has always fought with his broadcasts in favor of civil rights. But the battle is still long, “Now I will fight for egalitarian marriage and stepchild adoption. I’ve been fighting for the rights of the gay community for ten years now ”. Important words while Carmelita goes wild on stage between dances and smiles …
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Barbara D’Urso likes to be considered a gay icon
Many have wanted to compare Barbara D’Urso to Raffaella Carrà another historic gay icon. A comparison that she really likes:
“Not only do I enjoy it, but I ‘love’ it all. There is a bond between me and the homosexual world that has always been going on “
At gay.it, Barbara D’Urso also talks about herself, her work, how she is, “a true perfectionist! I’m a caterpillar at work. I’m someone who never wants to be unprepared at work ”. This is why he wakes up at dawn and never leaves Cologno Monzese before 9pm.
How does everyone like Barbara? Question to which he answers very sincerely:
“I am really the one you see on TV. The one who jokes, who laughs, who changes register if you move on to a serious topic and who makes the now famous ‘faces’. Then, to tell the truth, I don’t think everyone really likes me. In the world of entertainment, as in life, the important thing is not to leave indifferent. Are criticisms bad? I learned how to slip them on ”.