Isabella Ricci after leaving the Over Throne of Men and Women amazes everyone with her statements about Gemma Galgani and Tina Cipollari.
The ex-lady of men and women Isabella Ricc He surprised everyone with some of his statements. Isabella left the show long ago, having been one of the most popular protagonists of Throne Over, at the end of which she crowned her dream of love with the knight Fabio.
In a recent interview, the lady took stock of her experiences in the Maria de Filippi program and, contrary to expectations, gave kind words to her nemesis in the studio, Gemma Galgani from Turin.
All the more amazing are the comments addressed to the queen of men and women, Tina Cipollari, the explosive columnist who never misses an opportunity to embarrass those she doesn’t like.
Isabella Ricci comments on Tina Cipollari
Isabella Ricci is known to the public for being considered Gemma Galgani’s nemesis. After saying goodbye to men and women, she married Fabio Mantovani on May 29, 2022 and shared some bon ton tips in a recent interview. There was also no lack of judgments against the various protagonists of the show, among which stands out the Vulcan commentator that Isabella chose to reward.
Isabella surprised everyone with her comments on Tina Cipollari, who is known for her boisterous nature and outbursts in the studio: “The queen of bon ton? Without a doubt, Tina Cipollari. She’s a woman with an old-fashioned upbringing: I think he raised his kids in the same direction.
Isabella on Gemma Galgani: “At least she speaks Italian”
The ex-lady also dropped a few words about his mortal enemy, Turin dame Gemma Galgani, who has clashed with Isabella on several occasions. In a recent interview, Isabella said, “You have one advantage compared to other historians on the program: that you say at least two words in Italian.”
The former protagonist of the heir to the throne makes a final bittersweet comment: “It’s harder to think logically because you get lost between emotions and feelings. But a distant past and a near past manages to connect them”