Barbara D’Urso gave the last farewell to her colleague and friend Raffaella Carrà with a post on Instagram: the words of the presenter
It is with great emotion that today, all of Italy, gave his last farewell to Raffaella Carrà. The Italian showgirl died at the age of 78 following one bad disease he did not want to say a word about to live his last days in absolute silence.
Barbara D’Urso is among the presenters, colleagues and friends who today have dedicated a tender thought to the singer, dancer and actress who made the history of the years’70, 80 and so on.
The Neapolitan presenter shared an amarcord photo in which there is a very young Raffaella Carrà. Particularly moving the description of the post that contains what was the showgirl.
Barbara D’Urso also explained that the woman has always wanted to hide the disease and do not mention it so as not to beg for mercy from no one.
It is impossible to think that you are no longer there. Raffaella is one of those people who find it hard to think that they can leave. She had been ill for some time but had not made it known. It was the last great gesture of love towards his audience, which he loved as if it were a part of himself. As his beloved and much loved Iapino said, he did not want the sad memory of the disease to cloud the glittering one of success.
It was a cyclone of energy, which overwhelmed me every time we met. However, that energy will continue to live strongly in each of her songs, in each of her unmistakable laughs, because Raffaella has not gone away. Raffaella is there and will always be there whenever the air fills with her voice. It will be missing, everyone will miss it and it will be a little less beautiful “making love from Trieste down”, but as I always say #the artists never die 🌹
Many gave their last farewell to Raffaella Carrà, including Maria De Filippi who invited her for years in its broadcasts.