Barbara D'Urso, the pain of her expulsion from Mediaset is still here

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Barbara D'Urso, the pain of her expulsion from Mediaset is still here

Excited, her voice broken, tears ready to fall, Barbara D'Urso is shaken and upset: this is how she experienced her return to TV, guest of Mara Venier on Sunday afternoon on Domenica in on Rai1.
“I came here yesterday, a day before the broadcast, because I was nervous. I had started here in these studios that were once called Dear, I was 19 years old, I came back nervous, I really still am, the emotion of life makes you always surprises.” In the long one-hour interview at the beginning of the programme, her private life, her childhood in Naples, the premature loss of her sick mother, her loves, the producer Mauro Berardi (with with whom he had two children), his sympathy with Miguel Bosè and his career. “I have a wonderful family, I am professionally calm, I do many things, I also organize weddings”. But then she confessed: “the truth is that all my pain is still here. I was torn away from my life, I was at Mediaset for 23 years, happy especially in the first years, for 16 years I went live every day, It's true that the company has given me a lot but I've given my life, I've always been there – she said troubled – during Covid, when everyone was at home I was there every day to keep the Italians company, to make them sing from the balconies and to inform them. The terrible way in which I was sent away, on June 26th at 4.20 pm, I have not forgotten, no one has ever explained it to me, for me it is still a great pain that remains here. War in every area it's terrible and I don't want to go to war, we'll see what happens, little by little it will pass. Returning to Rai is very important for me, I started here, I was in Rai for years. My heart is always yours”.
Rivals for several years with their respective Sunday afternoon programs, Venier and D'Urso, often both moved, also recalled the time in which they were “dressing room neighbors, me on Domenica in – said Venier – and you on Mezzogiorno in family”. An interview 'with the heart', as she herself has said several times, by placing her hand on her chest she has addressed the audience of her programs for many years, including Pomeriggio 5, Non è la D'Urso, Domenica Live, Grande Fratello . Carmelita D'Urso, who is in the theater with Taxi a due piazza, and has been off TV for over eight months, promised during her participation in Domenica In to return to video, but those waiting for announcements on her future remained empty-handed. “I spent 22 years in Rai and 22 without Rai” she posted on social media about going behind the scenes at the Fabrizio Frizzi studios in Rome, today live from Mara Venier said “Thanks to Rai” for welcoming her back, for now just for an hour.

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