What happened in the studio to men and women that did not find the favor of the historical columnist of Maria De Filippi? Tina Cipollari has expressed her disagreement towards Isabella Ricci’s choice of not even trying to meet the new knight who has come to the studio to woo her …
Isabella Ricci breaks another heart. The beautiful lady of the Throne Over from Men and women, considered the rival from Gemma Galgani, did not accept the courtship of a new knight who arrived on the dating show of Maria De Filippi to try to conquer it. It is a 62 year old uko named Claudio, which looked like this:
“My name is Claudio, I’m 62 and I live in Piacenza. I have been separated for about a year and have two children. I deal with the clothing trade. I saw you in some episodes and I liked his elegance. You are very beautiful, refined and tall. You are always very polite and controlled and I really like this “,
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Men and women: Isabella Ricci rejects Claudio
After Michele, then, with whom it went very badly (do you remember that the two went out together and that Ricci then said that she had paid the restaurant bill herself?) Claudio went badly.
In fact, Isabella, after having listened to the presentation made of herself by the newcomer in the studio, decides to be very clear and not to waste either him or herself.
“I thank you infinitely for coming, but I don’t see myself by your side“.
Men and women: Tina Cipollari in disagreement with Isabella
Isabella Ricci is always very clear in her expositions, she is a resolute, determined woman with very clear ideas. That is why he did not have half terms. – even if education was not lacking even in this case – with Claudio. Tina Cipollari, historical columnist of Men and Women and bitter enemy of Gemma Galgani, does not agree with the choice of the Roman entrepreneur, having found Claudio’s calm and calm tone of voice very interesting. And so he commented: “It was not bad”.
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