For the promo of her Sunday prime-time broadcast, the Neapolitan presenter plays the role of the unforgettable director of Runway
Barbara D’Urso in costume on Instagram: she is a blast
Sunday 13 September returns to prime-time Live – It's not the D’Urso. The television space on Sunday evening of the Campania presenter, now in its third season, has now entered the hearts of viewers, who can't wait for the first episode to go on air.
In these few days of waiting, the many fans of the beautiful 63-year-old presenter will be able to enjoy a special promo to say the least. From tonight 7 September, on Mediaset networks it will be possible to see Barbara D’Urso in an unpublished version. The presenter, in fact, plays the role of the dreaded Miranda Priestly, the director of the fashion magazine Runway played in 2006 by a masterful Meryl Streep in The Devil Wears Prada.
In the video, one of the cult scenes of the film is re-proposed in an ironic key: that of Miranda's entry into the editorial office. It all starts with a focus on a heeled shoe that touches the ground after opening a car door and continues with the frenzied collaborators who try to arrange everything perfectly for the scenographic entrance of the very strict director. Obviously, there is also the moment of launching the coat and the bag.
With the claim "news with our style", in the last seconds of the promo Barbara D’Urso smiles and is objectively perfect in the role of Miranda (she has both the cut of the character played by Streep, and the legendary glasses).
The bell presenter, who has just left behind a summer of relaxation, outdoor sports and moments spent with friends, joked about this nice novelty by posting a photo on her very popular Instagram profile which portrays her in the role of Priestly. Proud look, elegant long coat, tactical sunglasses and background – obviously virtually reconstructed – from the Runway editorial team, Barbara is fantastic.
The photo she posted, accompanied by the caption "Miranda D’Urso", was greeted by countless likes and comments from followers. There are those who even further ironized by posting the question "Where is my caffeuccio?", A delicious mix of the lexicon that made Barbara one of the most popular artists on the small screen and a key phrase from Frankel's film.
Barbara D’Urso in the role of Miranda Priestly – Source: Instagram @barbaracarmelitadurso