Antonella Clerici is ready to conduct "The Voice Senior", the talent dedicated to singers over 60
Antonella Clerici: love, daughter, career
After the success of È semper mezzogiorno, there is no shortage of challenges for Antonella Clerici: the presenter is in fact ready to land on The Voice Senior.
As had already been announced, Clerici will be at the helm of this new format for Italy, a talent dedicated to singers over 60. The broadcast will be broadcast on Rai 1 every Friday from November 27: Antonella will virtually take over from her friend Carlo Conti, who was at the helm – also in connection from home – of Tale and what show.
Judging the performances will be Clementino, Gigi D’Alessio, Loredana Bertè, Al Bano and their daughter Jasmine, who will follow the talents step by step, up to performing with them in the semi final. The news of the show does not end there: another change concerns the episodes that will be broadcast. Specifically, the appointments of The Voice Senior will be five, including the final.
For the rest, the show will maintain the same characteristics to which the public has been accustomed in the past: the over 60 contestants who have passed the casting, in fact, will present themselves in front of the four judges for the blind performance.
On the pages of the weekly Tv Smiles and songs the presenter was enthusiastic about this new project:
It is the second period of life, I experienced it after the age of 50. Instead the participants of the talent have more than 60, this is a moment in which you have true freedom.
The presenter added: "There is the freedom to make mistakes, to do what you want, to express yourself and why not, to sing on Rai 1".
A few days ago, in another interview with Repubblica, Clerici wanted to emphasize that for her it is a great challenge, that of keeping the viewers company and bringing a little lightness and light-heartedness into their homes. And he also wanted to clarify: “I removed the word talent. They are competing singers participating in a great game. They don't have to become famous, they don't expect a bright career ”.
Her role as presenter will be downsized, as she herself explained: “They are already on air every day. I will do a secluded and modern run: I only asked for a red sofa to chat with the competitors before they perform ".