The Rai Auditorium of the Foro Italico is located in Piazza Lauro De Bosis, in Rome. The place is closely linked to the figure of Raffaella Carrà. In fact, as Milly Carlucci hopes, the Foro Italico could be dedicated to the queen of Italian television.
On July 5th, on the profile Twitter of Milly Carlucci, a tweet appeared in which the presenter spoke for the first time about an idea that she hopes will come true. So, Milly Carlucci had written:
I’m watching with emotion #carrambachesorpresa on @RaiUno, it would be nice to name the Rai Auditorium of the Foro Italico after the great # RaffaellaCarrà
The Rai Auditorium of the Foro Italico it is in fact a symbolic place for Raffaella Carrà, which has spent many moments in the Foro Italico, as well as several broadcasts conducted by Carrà they came to life right there.
For example, all editions of Caramba What a Surprise, they found their own existence in the Rai Auditorium of the Foro Italico.
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Will the Foro Italico be dedicated to Raffaella Carrà?
After the disappearance at 78 years of Raffaella Carrà, the pain has spread to everyone. Milly Carlucci showed his suffering for the disappearance of the great Carrà also intervening during the funeral procession broadcast live by Rai.
Now, the presenter really hopes her request will come true:
Naming them the Rai Auditorium of the Foro Italico to honor their memory and remind everyone of the importance of work and discipline
This is the comment of Milly Carlucci for the interview with Il Messaggero, an interview during which the TV presenter then said:
What I call the Carrà method. Everyone, entering there, would remember it. A method made up of dedication, attention to the program in every aspect, meticulousness, the continuous search for excellence. Raffaella was the first to enter the studio and the last to leave.
Therefore, the presenter claims that dedicating a place so close to her life story to a character so important for television, musical and cultural history is a very good choice to honor his memory. And he’s not all wrong. Perhaps, soon, the desire to Milly Carlucci (which is not the only one hoping for this) will become reality.
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