MILAN – Gialappa's Band has disappeared from the television schedules after the arrival of the coronavirus.
So tvblog.it wanted to interview Marco Santin, one of the members of Gialappa's Band, to take stock of the situation.
The statements made by Marco Santin, spokesperson for the Gialappa's Band, to Massimo Falcioni for https://www.tvblog.it/ are reported by dagospia.com.
"I don't know when we will go back to Le Iene, I don't have the faintest idea", Marco Santin confides to TvBlog.
“We have a contract, in theory it would expire in June, but not having made any bets there could be an extension. We don't really know.
Ca ** eggiare in this period? It depends on how you do it – explains Santin – trying to laugh at everything is essential for living, but even funny cynicism is sometimes strident.
I understand that the mission does not always succeed.
If you cross the border, a joke can become out of place.
And that border is very subtle.
I lived tough, difficult moments.
I had a slight fever, right at the beginning of the emergency.
I isolated myself from everyone for fifteen days.
Then the fever disappeared, but people I knew well got sick and my relatives from Veneto died.
I was unable to greet them or pay homage to them.
They weren't even old, wanting to be honest.
At that juncture I saw the epilogue very far.
We will end up in the history books, I don't think there was a person in the world who could imagine such a situation.
Redo Never Say Goal? It would be unthinkable.
Right now the players and coaches are too touchy, they used to laugh with us at our jokes ”.
Source: Blitz Quotidiano