Advances, tv: Gigi D'alessio a resounding farewell

Published on May 08, 2017

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Could be a way to present itself in a different way, not only to his audience, but the experience of Gigi D'alessio at the side of Elisabetta Gregoraci and Fatima Trotta as a co-host of the Made in the South, the show's comic Rai 2 is proving to be a means of disaster. To confirm this, are the last of the listening data, because after an initial lukewarm the program does not take off and does not reach the brilliant results of the past editions, reaching even 1.5 million viewers. And so it seems that the roads of the singer, and the program will split

According to the latest advances in tv, in fact, Gigi D'alessio will arrive at the bottom of this cycle Made in the South, while respecting the contract with the production of the show, but in the next edition of the program there will be. It is also confirmed by the journalist Alberto Rocking on Dagospia: “rumour has it that Gigi D'alessio – has written – is going through a period complicated. Its Made in Sud Rai 2 is not convincing: the next year, D'alessio will not be confirmed to run. And, its tensions at the end of pouring in the relationship with the beautiful Anna Tatangelo”.

In fact, Lady Tata, after some controversy related to his look in the first episode, is getting very alongside Carlo Conti in the edition 2017 de The Best Years in the early evening on Rai 1 and its success, next to the flop of the historical companion on Rai 2, is reportedly creating some tension in the family, as well as the real possibility that Gigi soon ends up on trial for alleged tax evasion of which he is accused by the Court of Rome. But perhaps, once again, these are rumors spread by those who envy the couple, and they will come out even more related.

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