Rai1 by Raffaella Carrà has been postponed, the honors evening will not air in 2022

It appears that an evening project on Rai1 dedicated to commemorating Raffaella Carrà is destined to be pushed back to 2023. The supposed date is June 18, when she was 80 years old.

It’s been envisioned as one of the pivotal TV events of the summer of Rai1, but The evening dedicated to the memory of Raffaella Cara looks destined for Slips to 2023. exactly June 18 Next year, the day when the icon of Italian television and music is He would have turned 80. This was announced by TvBlog, giving news of a transition that happened several months in the middle of projects and hypotheses, which was technically supposed to honor Raffaella Carrà about a year after her death, dated 5 July 2021.

Evening event postponed to 2023

Apparently, this will not be the case, and the project of an evening event that celebrates the career and international fame of one of the most beloved (and not only) faces of Italians will have to wait a few more months for it to become a reality. Rafaela Cara’s absence is one that continues to weigh heavily on us, and at several moments during the television season that ended a few weeks ago I found moments of remembrance and celebration, including the Ariston stage of the 2022 Sanremo Festival.

The event will be hosted by Mili Carlucci

Net postponement of the assigned event management Millie Carlucci and the Broadcasting on Rai1. The show must be broadcast from the auditorium Foro Italico, which has been the stage for many programs presented by Raffaella Carrà, including Carramba What a Surprise, which also hosts another great broadcast of our TV, or Dancing with the Stars, of which the host is precisely Millie Carlucci.

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Studies at Via Teulada are named after Raffaella Carrà

It was the presenter of Dancing with the Stars that suggested naming the Foro Italico TV studios after Raffaella Carrà, but from viale Mazzini the intentions seem to be other, i.e. naming the studies Via Teulada 66, with which they have seen their debut with the programs that made the history of Italian television, Including the unforgettable Studio Uno.

Also in Rome is Piazza Raffaella Cara

If Madrid has already named a square after Raffaella Carrà, Campidoglio is also moving in this direction to honor our singer by naming a square in Rome. This appears to have been opened up in recent days, with culture consultant Miguel Gator, stating: “We are talking about a figure of Italian art and culture, who, if and when the request arrives, will certainly be evaluated by commission.” Thus the administrative procedure can be started after the mayor, councilors and citizens have sent the application.

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