Who is Daniela Collu, the presenter who replaces Alessandro Cattelan at X Factor

Daniela Collu, blogger and TV author, has been chosen to replace Alessandro Cattelan at "X Factor"

Daniela Collu is the host chosen to replace Alessandro Cattelan at the helm of X Factor after the presenter of the show tested positive for Coronavirus. Blogger and presenter, she has already led Hot Factor, the appointment with hot comments at the end of the show's episodes. In the past Daniela was also at the helm of StraFactor the famous anti-talent that she presented from 2016 to 2019. Born in 1982, she is originally from Rome and has achieved success thanks to the blog Stazitta.

Graduated in Art History, she made her TV debut with the Aggratis! led by Chiara Francini and Fabio Canino, where he had the role of constant commentator. In 2014 she started working as an author at Big Brother, she also wrote and hosted Share on Radio2. In 2017, together with Filippa Lagerbäck, Marisa Passera, Barbara Tabita and Ambra Romani, he led The Real program broadcast on TV8.

"I started working in 2012 in the digital department of a communication agency – she told Tony & Guy, talking about her beginnings on TV -, then I moved on to taking care of the social aspect of some TV programs as author, one of them Big Brother , and there I discovered that the television studio (especially what happens behind the scenes) had the same magical effect on me as a circus. In the meantime, I started doing radio, first with an internet-themed program on Radio2, then dealing with art, travel and food ”.

"The transition from the microphone to the camera took place in 2014 – added Daniela Collu -, when they asked me to tell X Factor seen from the web, together with Mara Maionchi, who I found last year, when I returned to the crime scene this time. as an actual host of Extra Factor. I am very lucky because they always give me the opportunity to make programs that resemble me and that I would watch as a spectator! ”.

However, her great love remains the blog staiZitta which made her very famous on the web. “I wanted a place where I could chat in peace – he confessed – without seeing in the eyes of my interlocutor that streak of fatigue in having to listen to me, I talk a lot and my friends are saints! In short, I called it Stazzitta, which is the answer I heard most often, the subtitle was "do not interrupt me", if I had known that it would become my nickname for a lifetime, I might have thought about it better! ".

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