Manuela Bollani Wikipedia, Wiki, Youtube, Friglia
Manuela Bollani Wikipedia, Wiki, Youtube, Friglia – A really joyous evening featured vocalist Manuela Bollani, an amusing and varied singer, actor, and singer. As a guest on the popular Rai 3 programme Via dei Matti n°0 yesterday evening, she was able to enchant and entertain the audience. Manuela was welcomed by Stefano Bollani and Valentina Cenni into their television living room, allowing the public the chance to learn more about both her empathy and her amazing talent.
Manuela, a Camaiore resident, remarked after the show, “I felt a beautiful vibe and the impression of being at home, albeit in a mystical dimension. Being a theatre professional, I was very excited to enter the television environment, and being greeted by Stefano and Valentina made the experience both unique and comfortable.
I focused all of the enthusiasm and affection—or, as I like to say, l’ammre—that I usually send towards the audience onto the camera, and it makes me happy to know that I made it right into people’s homes. The main thing this experience has given me is a strong desire to try it again.
The skills Manuela needs to succeed again are her voice, stage presence, irony, self-irony, and abundance of talent. Additionally, she is fully aware of the people who already know her and follow her on social media, where she occasionally provides glimpses into her personal life or during her theatrical performances.
A brilliant rendition of “Cabaret,” a song from the musical of the same name that was made popular to the general public by Liza Minnelli’s version, was performed by Manuela during the episode as a tribute to the world of musical theatre, her first artistic love.
Manuela introduced herself during the episode by chatting amiably with the good hosts. Additionally, she debuted “Ignaro (La dare),” her most recent song, which is quite amusing and has the power to both amuse and provoke thought on the dynamics between men and women in conversation and, particularly, in romance.
Bollani’s words, set to Gabriele Landucci’s music, humorously describe the distress of a lady trapped in the role of attempting to make herself heard despite having very clear ideas about how she would like the evening to proceed. However, instead of taking on the difficult job of being the one to execute the action, the male would run the risk of failing to read the woman’s signals and failing to recognise her true desires.
The song is featured in both of the artist’s original live performances, “C’era una Svolta” and “Molesta – Humour and Music Show.” In the latter, Cinderella is assigned the role, revolutionising the way all Disney princesses are perceived.
Jacopo Crudeli, who played the appropriate part in the video clip, provided the voice of the uninformed in the single as well as during the performance on Rai3. Normally, live, Massimiliano Grazzini performs the role. In the video clip, Stefano Bollani also appears in the role of an emotional melodist who amuses the main characters at the café.