The singer, actress and presenter Raffaella Carrà (Bologna, 1943) died this Monday at the age of 78, according to what Sergio Japino, who was her partner for many years, told the Italian agency Ansa. “Raffaella has left us, he has left us. He has gone to a better world, where his humanity, his unmistakable laugh and his extraordinary talent will shine forever ”, he assured. Italy loses one of its icons, who developed a large part of his work at the RAI. He also presented multiple programs on TVE and is responsible for hits such as Hot Hot O You have to come south.
This versatile artist who became a symbol of freedom in the sixties and seventies told in an interview in EL PAÍS in 2019 that being herself has never been difficult for her because “it is nothing imposed, it is all natural”, although she admits that it has cost him a battle in the past. “It was not only showing my body, it was making people understand that a woman’s body is always attached to her head. Sensuality is not at odds with intelligence, sympathy, irony… ”, he explained then about those years in which even the Vatican itself censored his style in his historic choreography at the RAI of the Tuca Tuca.
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