Star in The Star, the new Channel 5 show to be hosted by Ilary Blasi, continues to be at the center of controversy. The great resemblance to “The Masked Singer”, the Rai 1 program by Milly Carlucci and the rumors on the social networks have also prompted the Rai Supervisory Authority to intervene: what will happen?
Star in The Star is the new show that should start on shortly Channel 5, broadcasting on Thursday evening with Ilary Blasi. The program, however, immediately caused discussion because on the web a great resemblance to Milly Carlucci’s broadcast was immediately noticed, “The singer Mascherato“.
The contestants of Star in The Star, covered by a mask, will have to interpret great voices of the international art scene: a format very much similar to that of Rai 1. The rumors that have circulated on social networks and also the discontent of Milly Carlucci which, according to some, would not have taken the launch of this program well, have also pushed the Rai Supervisory Commission to intervene on the case.
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Star in the Star: is it plagiarism?
It all started with the deputy Michele Anzaldi, who decided to intervene by submitting a request for interrogation parliamentary in Rai Supervision precisely to try to understand if Star in The Star both a plagiarism or not. As explained in a dedicated post, Anzaldi collected all the controversies that broke out on social media and decided to shed light on the issue:
“Banijay, a TV production company that works for Rai with millionaire contracts, would have produced a program for Mediaset photocopy of a Rai 1 show. […] Is Rai aware of it? What measures have been taken to protect Rai products? ”.
Michele Anzaldi also pointed out that external manufacturing companies, which bill in millions every year, operate essentially out of control. That is why the deputy chose to submit a question: what will happen now to Star in The Star? There could be a risk of the show coming interrupted even before starting? If the Commission decreed that it is plagiarism there would certainly be problems for Ilary Blasi and her program!