The story of Jessica Carbone to "Tu Sì Que Vales": the 23-year-old thrilled Maria De Filippi dancing for her missing boyfriend
Everyone was moved by the story of Jessica Carbone, a dancer who performed on the stage of Tu Sì Que Vales. The 23-year-old told Maria De Filippi about her love for her boyfriend Antonino, who died tragically at the age of 27. During the performance Jessica did not hold back her emotion, letting herself go to tears, and ended the choreography with her arms towards the sky, as if to greet the boy.
“If I am here today it is thanks to him – explained Jessica -, he is inside me, since everything happened I had stopped dancing. I told him: if one day I recover it will be for you. I promised him, because he always followed me in everything, he encouraged me to dance. I received a call from the dance teacher who told me, why don't you resume, you will dance only for Antonino. I was convinced, so in my salon, this choreography was born between a tear and a movement. I know he is proud of me – concluded the girl -. I am happy to be here, to have made Antonino known, to have transmitted our love to you ”. Gerry Scotti could not hold back the tears, while Belen Rodriguez and Sabrina Ferilli got excited.
"You did a beautiful thing of love, congratulations – commented Teo Mammucari -. Indeed you are an example. You have been really good ”. Maria De Filippi, as always, has shown herself to be maternal and sensitive. First he gave the girl some water, tried by the performance, then asked Belen to hand her a handkerchief to wipe away her tears: "Will you go back to dancing?", He asked her at the end. “At the moment I'm doing it for him, then maybe I'll start doing it for me again,” Jessica said. Costanzo's wife nodded: "You will dance for both of us, you start for him, then you will do it for both of us".
Jessica's is just the umpteenth story that moved the audience of Tu Sì Que Vales. Last week Raffaele Capperi, suffering from Treacher Collins syndrome, spoke about bullying and the need to be kind. Dakota and Nadia had brought an exhibition inspired by the theme of immigration, while Martina Panini had excited Sabrina Ferilli.