Carlo Conti returned to the studio to conduct the final of "Tale e Quali Show": he was the winner of the evening
Grand finale for Tale and Which Show, which for the last episode of the Tournament of Champions saw the return to the studio of Carlo Conti, who in recent weeks had to fight against the Coronavirus: "Thank you for the affection you have shown me in this period ”, he began by appearing in the office after three weeks of absence.
The conductor had contracted Covid at the end of October: during the first days he was asymptomatic, even managing to conduct the Rai 1 music program from home; then his health conditions worsened, with the first symptoms appearing.
Conti, in fact, in recent days was transported to the hospital: after a week, fortunately, he returned home to his wife and son and from there he was able to conduct the episode of the show.
For the finale of Tale and Which Show and to the delight of all the fans, Carlo Conti was able to physically return to the helm of the transmission beloved by the public, flanked as always by the jurors Loretta Goggi, Giorgio Panariello and Vincenzo Salemme, and that two weeks ago they replaced him in the management during his hospitalization at Careggi in Florence.
Special judges of the evening are the actor and director Alessandro Siani, and in connection with Antonella Clerici, who will begin her adventure with The Voice Senior next Friday in the same studios. In the unmissable fixed cast of course Gabriele Cirilli with his verve and his sympathy.
On the occasion of the grand finale, all the competitors tried their hand at imitations of Italian artists: from Sergio Muniz who became Ghali, to Carolina Rey who took on the role of Nada, passing through Virginio who imitated Gino Paoli and Barbara Cola in the dresses of Anna Oxa.
Standing ovation for Lidia Schillaci who played Mina: the artist conquered the public and the jury. "You did an extraordinary job, from the voice to the movements: chapeau!" Said Loretta Goggi, enchanted by the performance of the actress.
Obviously, Carlo Conti triumphed during the evening: the conductor, finally back in the studio in splendid shape, managed to give an appointment full of light and fun moments, worthy of the show's grand finale, without disappointing the expectations of the public.