Fatima Trotta, Stefano De Martino's colleague at Made In Sud, tells a background on the conductor
Fatima Trotta is back on TV with Made In Sud and talks about the relationship with Stefano De Martino, revealing a background on his colleague. In recent weeks, the former competitor of Amici has moved to Naples to record the new episodes of the show that consecrated him as a conductor. Abandoned as a dancer, Stefano has become an excellent presenter and one of the most loved faces of Rai. In recent days there has been a lot of talk about De Martino mainly because of the alleged crisis with Belen Rodriguez: the two, after the flashback, have separated again, but it is not yet clear what happened.
Interviewed by Super TV Guide, Fatima revealed that she had created an excellent bond with her colleague, reaffirming her professionalism at work. "Stefano tiptoed into the program – he explained – and brought great respect to those who had been working on the project for many years." Trotta then confessed a small defect of De Martino, with whom he found great agreement on stage: “He has a lot of discipline at work even if you have to call him back often. Sometimes it tends to get distracted. "
A few days ago Stefano also spoke of Made In Sud's return to TV. "First of all, we will be broadcasting without an audience in the studio – he had revealed to Sorrisi e Canzoni Tv -. Then we will have an eye for current issues, but with respect for the sad events that we experienced during the pandemic. We will be a meter and a half away on stage, handshakes are banned. Many gags that were based on physical contact, such as the one where I was supposed to pass the phone to one of the comedians, have been rewritten. "
On that occasion Stefano had refused to comment on the possible break with Belen Rodriguez. "I am aware that so far my private life has been an integral part of public life – the conductor had revealed, trying to protect their privacy – and I hope that people understand and forgive me if today, perhaps also because of their age, I prefer that part to remain private. "