Today’s appointment with Live – It’s not the D’Urso he focused again, at least in his first part, on current affairs. Barbara D’Urso he has always been at the forefront of his commitment to provide correct information, and this time too he has welcomed people of national importance into his studio, dealing with important and very delicate subjects. Gorgeous with a black dress decorated in lace, the presenter today really shone for elegance and sobriety. During the episode, moreover, he was able to juggle even facing some small setback.
In fact, there were no shortages difficulty with video links: first, Undersecretary Morani and then Mr Santanché encountered problems with the audio, so much so that D’Urso was forced to air some ready-made services to allow technicians to restore the situation. In conclusion, Barbara did not let herself be taken aback, and as a perfect hostess has managed these small inconveniences.
During the episode he also had to face some bickering among his guests. Alda D’Eusanio, a guest in the studio, told of the misadventure in which she has been the protagonist in recent days. Stopped by the police in a bar under the house, she was fined because, according to the minutes, she would not have worn the mask correctly. The discussion immediately started, starting from the statement – promptly taken over by D’Urso – according to which the masks at a reduced price would be too delicate.
D’Eusanio then had a hard clash with Gianluigi Nuzzi, who spoke about the numerous witnesses who would give a different version of the incident than the one told by the journalist. The issue became hot and the tones rose, so D’Urso had to intervene, sticking Alda D’Eusanio. The latter, in fact, continued to talk to her about it while the presenter attempted to interrupt the discussion to make room for advertising. Barbara tried to convince the journalist to put the topic aside, to face it again in the next episode of Live – It’s not the D’Urso, but Alda took it to the point where she declared: “No, I don’t talk about it anymore.”