Morgan has, very sincerely and frankly – as usual – made statements in which he explains why he will be among the contestants of “Dancing with the Stars”, despite the fact that the environment is not in the least.
Morgan it literally “exploded” after that Simona Ventura, interviewed by Chi, commented on the singer’s participation in the program Dancing with the stars:
Let’s hope it gets to the end. You know how it is, one day you turn around with him and he’s gone, but Milly Carlucci knows her stuff.
Dancing with the stars will air from next October 16, on Rai 1. Morgan, already not too enthusiastic about the choice he made, he reacted outright in response to Simona Ventura.
On the occasion, the singer lashed out at many things that he considers unfair, negatively commenting on many contexts in which he was first immersed, specifying that for him many worlds are really distant but it is still a job and … he needs it.
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It is no surprise to hear Morgan altered and particularly direct. This time, to have his say, he opted for a letter sent to Rolling Stone and published on the site.
Morgan: “I was mobbed and didn’t have a job anymore”
The controversial singer, in the letter sent to Rolling Stone, made some points clear, even responding to the comment of the Ventura. Morgan recalled his professional successes and the moments in which he “caused scandal”, like that time, a Sanremo, with Bugo. Addressing to Simona Ventura, the singer said:
Do you know that after the great success of one of my ideas in Sanremo, to save me from yet another mobbing I got out of it thanks to irony? My eight-line poem is the most discussed and most successful work of all editions of the festival. Eight lines that wiped out any fear of vulgarity and violence in the trap lyrics and with elegance and kindness I told Bugo ‘thank goodness you’re on this stage’ rather than bully. Subsequently, everyone earned from this gimmick, Rai, Bugo himself, who worked on the song, only I did not take a euro and I was not called to any broadcast. I was mobbed and no longer had a job […]
As for participation in ‘Dancing with the stars’, the singer made it clear that it was a work need and nothing more:
Dearest Simona Ventura, I not only feel totally out of my natural context, but I am inappropriate in that role. However, what is appropriate is that it is about work. And I, who am a man of culture, with three daughters, who wants to live, who has worked hard but lives a dimension that I am forced to do. And you know better than me that I am the best example of those who are regularly victims of this crime committed by Rai, by the discography, by society, by the press, by the courts, by the whole world around me. Just think that I, not only am I going to Dancing with the Stars, but I am one of the greatest connoisseurs of Italian song. However, when a program on this subject is made, Rai does not entrust it to me, but to people with less skills and experience. I did seven editions of X Factor, winning five and finding myself in the Guinness Book of Records because I am the greatest talent scout in the world. And shouldn’t I be doing television? I don’t work, so they take my house away, foreclose on concerts, report me because I don’t pay alimony to the daughters?
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