Yesterday the long funeral procession took place in honor of Raffella Carrà, which was then taken to the funeral home. Numerous colleagues of the “queen of Italian television” present for a final farewell.
At 4 pm yesterday, Wednesday 7 June, the three-day procession starts to bid farewell to the great Italian artist, who passed away on June 5. Raffaella Carrà he did not want to disclose his physical state and his death shocked everyone.
For the very difficult farewell, the decision to commemorate Raffaella Carrà with a long procession in the city of Rome, where is it Raffaella Carrà lived. The symbolic places of the career of Raffaella Carrà were thus retraced: from the RAI Auditorium of the Foro Italico to the RAI in Via Teulada 66. Then, the Teatro delle Vittorie, the RAI headquarters in Viale Mazzini 14 and finally to the Capitol.
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Right at Capitol the funeral parlor was opened from 18:00. The closure of the funeral home was then at midnight, to reopen this morning at 8:00 until 12:00 then again from 18:00 today to midnight.
Many people present at the parade and many intervened and spent words of infinite esteem for the Carrà but also, of course, of great pain for the loss.
The live broadcast was broadcast on Rai 1 and reported the interventions of many colleagues and not of the Carrà, by Milly Carlucci a Bruno Vespa, Giancarlo Magalli, Flavio Insinna…
The memory of Raffaella Carrà’s colleagues
Many have decided to participate in the commemoration, choosing to greet as best as possible a character who has marked the history of television, music, Italian culture – and more.
Raffaella Carrà she was an example for many other television personalities, but also an example of an emancipated woman, a woman who wanted to declare the beauty of her freedom.
Here is how many could not refrain from remembering it, despite the moment of extreme pain and emotion:
We have to thank because she is an extraordinary talent, a lady on stage who will continue to make us dance with her “Noise”, but like all extraordinary people, she left without making “Noise” – commented a moved Flavio Insinna […] He was ahead in taste, style, way of working, he was really ahead and always will be. For us, fear is for those who stay, the problem is for those who stay.
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This, the comment of Flavio Insinna, who wasn’t the only one who painted her as the woman she was: an extraordinary talent. Milly Carlucci, from the Foro Italico, stressed the energy that Raffaella Carrà emanated continuously, bringing light, joy and emotion everywhere:
Raffaella she was the woman of the smile, her way of showing was aimed at bringing emotion, the one that gives you a tremor in your heart and a beneficial tear. In here he made a real polite revolution with Carramba. She has always known how to adapt to a changing world. From soubrette she became artistic director: a real evolution of the female role […]
And also Giancarlo Magalli:
[…] Raffaella had the culture of smiling, she knew how to entertain with kindness. It was light, very light.