The Neapolitan presenter gave her many fans an episode full of emotions
After seven months, Barbara D’Urso is back at the helm of Domenica Live, one of her two television spaces on the final day of the week. Superb as always and enthusiastic to do the honors in what is one of her historical programs, the Campania presenter has given the fans, who have been waiting for the return of Sunday in her company for a long time, a special episode.
Various topics were touched upon. There was talk of the ongoing health emergency, but also of the delicate personal story of 60-year-old actor Daniel McVicar, known to the Italian public for having lent his face to the character of Clark Garrison in the soap Beautiful.
Barbara – who on Sunday 13 September 2020 also starts again with Live – Non è la D'Urso, a program announced by a hilarious promo – also hosted Soleil Sorge in the studio, protagonist, during the last weeks of August, of a gossip started by some his photos, published by the weekly magazine Chi, in the company of the biker Andrea Iannone.
The former Beijing Express competitor – he competed with his mother Wendy – denied any sentimental approach to the ex of Belen and De Lellis, accusing him of being interested only in visibility (he replied with Instagram Stories in which he claimed to be shocked at what you read in the newspapers).
The Italian-American Instagram star, who met and fell in love with Jeremias Rodriguez during her participation in L’Isola dei Famosi, spoke about the situation in the Neapolitan presenter 's studio. Specifying that Andrea Iannone is not his type from a physical point of view, he stressed that there was nothing between them.
We went back to Milan on the same flight and he was nice enough to take me home. I didn't worry when the gossip came out because I thought it was clear that there was nothing between us, also because he is the ex of my ex-sister-in-law Belen and I would have been sorry.
These are the words of Soleil Sorge, who also revealed that she had flirted with a person more famous than Iannone – she refused to provide details on her identity – and that if she had wanted to seek visibility she would have exploited that acquaintance.
After being promised the revelation in question in a future episode, Barbara D’Urso opened the shock envelope, a great classic of the program. The 63-year-old presenter unveiled a letter signed by the paparazzo Alex Fiumara, author of the shots that sparked the gossip about the influencer and the motorcyclist.
The photographer accused Soleil of having given precise indications to be immortalized with the pilot. The young woman rejected everything, defining the letter "an end in itself" and stating that she did not know any photographer, not even Fiumara.