Barbara D'Urso returns to shine in white for a new episode of her Sunday show
The appointment with Live is renewed – It is not the D’Urso, the Sunday broadcast that keeps us company in this television season full of surprises. Barbara D’Urso once again manages to bring dozens of interesting guests to the screens, telling stories of gossip and current affairs that capture the attention of the public.
D’Urso, the perfect hostess, surprised viewers again thanks to her look. Week after week, the presenter showed off beautiful dresses, such as a very original raspberry-colored suit. On this occasion, she opted for a white suit with palazzo trousers and jacket with embroidered lapels, combined with a simple white top with a V-neck. A bright and classy outfit, completed by a careful make-up and a collected hairstyle with a disheveled effect, so as to highlight a pair of very elegant gold hoops.
During the new episode of Live – It is not the D’Urso, the presenter left ample space for current events – an editorial line that she has been following for several months now and which has been very popular with the public. Only later did Barbara tackle news and gossip issues, focusing once again on the Maradona case. Regarding the dramatic death of the great champion, there are many questions that have not found an answer: with her guests in the studio and in connection, including Diego Jr. and her mother Cristiana Sinagra, D'Urso tried to shed some light on the last hours of life of the former Argentine footballer.
There was talk of Dalma and Giannina, the first two daughters of Maradona with whom the champion had a rather turbulent relationship. Both were accused of having abandoned their father in this difficult time, and D'Urso showed a document – signed by both – refusing admission to a clinic that would have allowed them to monitor the conditions of the sample after the 'intervention. Diego Jr. wanted to say a few words in defense of the sisters: "I will not have to say if the statements we are talking about are reliable or not, I only know that at that time we were all writing in the family group and they a little in turn they went to see him “.
Of course, there was also a touching tribute to Paolo Rossi, the Italian football champion who died a few days ago at the age of 64. After the harrowing images of the funeral, D’Urso left the floor to Fulvio Collovati, her teammate and great friend, who gave a voice to Federica Cappelletti. Rossi's wife, according to what was told, she herself wanted to warn her friends when she had to say goodbye to her Paolo. In fact, in a message sent after Rossi's death, he wrote: "Paolo is gone, he loved you very much. Don't forget, don't forget “.
And, right in Live's living room, a promise was made to Federica: no, Paolo Rossi will not be forgotten, because there are many people who will remember him with affection and esteem.