Maria De Filippi loses her temper and silences columnist Tina Cipollari
The new season of UeD is offering countless twists. The ladies and knights are beginning to get to know each other, the first loves are born but also the first disagreements. The spotlights come on on the columnist Tina Cipollari, which has now become the historical face of the program signed by Maria De Filippi. For years the vamp has been the protagonist of fights and arguments that are often very heated and stinging.
Cipollari ends up at the center of the controversy and ignites souls and dynamics. But sometimes the columnist exaggerates as has happened in the course of the previous episodes. The landlady is called to intervene in the first person. Maria De Filippi lashes out against Tina and silences her. But let’s go in order and try to understand the dynamics of the facts.
We return to talk about Sara and the knight Biagio, the two had already gone out together last season and had finished their acquaintance due to differences that had created many disagreements. In the new edition Biagio and Sara they seem to have found each other again and on the part of the lady there would be a great desire to set up an important relationship.
The fact that the woman wanted to give the Knight a second chance raised quite a few controversies both within the studio and among viewers. But the most infuriated it seems to be Tina Cipollari. The tones in the studio light up especially when it is discovered that Biagio has also chosen to go out with another woman: Rosy, a new lady from UeD.
The columnist goes into a rage, he can no longer contain himself and, addressing Sara directly, flaunts very strong words. Cipollari calls her stupid and naive. It was precisely these statements that made Maria De Filippi lose her temper, who intervenes and silences the vamp with polite but peremptory tones.