Il Volo doesn't break up. The denial of Barone, Boschetto and Ginoble: “The atom is divisible, we are not”

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Il Volo doesn't break up. The denial of Barone, Boschetto and Ginoble: “The atom is divisible, we are not”

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Il Volo doesn't break up. Denying the indiscretion that has circulated over the last few weeks – after a series of jokes that seemed to suggest some disagreement between the three artists – are Piero Barone, Ignazio Boschetto and Gianluca Ginoble . Speaking live on Viva Rai2 , guests of Fiorello, the artists denied that the possibility of a separation exists. “ The atom is divisible, we are not ”, the singers say, thus denying the rumors relating to a series of possible clashes that would have pushed them to consider the idea of disbanding.

The rumors about the dissolution of Il Volo

The idea that the three were about to break up was suggested by a disagreement that occurred live on the radio between Piero Barone and Gianluca Ginoble. A slightly heated exchange of opinions that had pushed some critics, as well as the group's fans, to think that the three were about to take different paths. The rumors relating to the fact that Piero Barone was taking solo singing lessons also strengthened the rumors regarding an imminent separation. According to other gossip, however, it was Ginoble who pushed for the dissolution in order to be able to move to America with his partner, equated to a sort of Yoko Ono. But this indiscretion was also denied by the three singers: ” We are not breaking up, there is no Yoko Ono .” Fiorello concluded: “ Of course we deny it, they are very united! I'm not just any iceberg that melts like this .”

Il Volo at Sanremo 2024 with the song “Capolavoro”

Il volo, a trio formed by Ignazio Boschetto, Gianluca Ginoble and Piero Barone, returned to the Sanremo Festival in the edition aired this year (the last hosted by Amadeus) after the victory achieved in 2015 with the song “Grande amore” and the third place achieved in 2019 with “Musica che resta”. This year, the group brought the song “Capolavoro” to the Ariston, which ranked ninth.

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