Francesca Alotta from Palermo wins the episode of Tale e Quale Show

Francesca Alotta from Palermo wins the episode of Tale e Quale Show
Francesca Alotta from Palermo wins the episode of Tale e Quale Show

Francesca Alotta wins the sixth episode of Such and Which Show, the program conducted by Carlo Conti that rewards those who best imitate the greats of music, not only in their voice, but also in their make-up, movements and gestures.

The Palermo singer of Do not love me (the winning song of the New Proposals section of the Sanremo Festival 1992, interpreted together with Aleandro Baldi) won the jury of Tale and Which Show with a great success by Mia Martini, And the sky doesn’t end, written by Ivano Fossati.

It was a triumph. «I still can’t believe – wrote Francesca on her Facebook page shortly before the start of the episode – that at taleequaleshow I was asked to imitate my idol Mia Martini. I often sing it to Francesca, myself, but I have never tried or “dared” to do it like HER ». The interpretation revived the myth of Mimì and the four members of the jury were the first to notice it (Loretta Goggi, Cristiano Malgioglio, Giorgio Panariello and Platinette’s double Claudio Lauretta), who all gave first place to Francesca Alotta. Which finished in the lead ahead of Ciro Priello and Dennis Fantina, tied for second. The 70 final points served to the singer from Palermo to jump to first place also in the general classification, in a condominium with the Guidonia twins.

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