The singer in connection with "Italian Stories" recalled his daughter Susanna and the pain of her loss
Edoardo Vianello returned to talk about the disappearance of his daughter Susanna, who died last April in Rome due to an incurable disease. He did it while he was in connection with the transmission conducted by Eleonora Daniele Storie Italiane.
During the connection, the presenter first showed a series of images and clips of when Susanna's mother, the interpreter Wilma Goich, was a guest on the broadcast, who spoke of the "crazy void, difficult to fill".
The presenter reminded Edoardo Vianello that they are all close to him for his huge loss. "Unexpected – said the singer – because there were no signs. A catastrophe could come to my life so heavy I didn't expect it ".
The artist then added: "I always feel her with me. I always expect his phone call, the one he always gave me ”. Edoardo Vianello said that they shared a passion for football, their daughter Susanna was in fact a Romanist like her father and they met for the matches: "It was an excuse to have lunch together and see each other once a week". In addition, the singer added that Susanna's death, due to a tumor, coincided with the beginning of the pandemic: "There has been a revolution in my life, I pretend that it's all the fault of the pandemic and that everything is the same as before, on the other hand it is the only way to survive ”.
So much pain in the words of the singer, who appeared visibly tried, the presenter Eleonora Daniele and the guests present in the studio, such as Enrica Bonaccorti, hugged him in a virtual embrace. Eleonora Daniele wanted to reiterate her affection and closeness: "Thank you for sharing your thought with us Edoardo, and I really wanted to personally send you a big hug of closeness and tell you that we love you".
The singer had spoken for the first time about the disappearance of his daughter Susanna, a very successful radio speaker born on July 20, 1970, during the summer guest at There is time for … the talk hosted by Beppe Convertini and Anna Falchi. On that occasion he said: "Something sudden, never imagined so very painful, very personal though. I tried not to get it to others. It is my pain and I want to dispose of it alone, with the memory of the fantastic moments and that's it ".