Simone Buzzi returns to television after his illness: Antonella Clerici and the studio tearfully welcome him

Simone Buzzi returns to television after his illness: Antonella Clerici and the studio tearfully welcome him

Antonella Clerici greeted, screaming with joy, Simone Buzi. the cook Romano has been absent from the Rai 1 program for too long “It’s Always Noon”. From his appearance it is clear: Simone Buzzi was fighting a terrible disease. The outward appearance is no longer the same, but the voice is: Buzzi is still big and strong, but bears the marks of those who fought against a tumor. He is bald and after the hug, Antonella Clerici tells everyone that he is fine, that he likes it so much that she knows bald. It’s a way of playing it down, but in the rehearsal of «It’s always noon» the emotion is immense, they are all moved, the presence of Simone Buzzi after the long absence is not only a real surprise, but it is the desire to dissolve in tears what has happened in recent months. We haven’t seen Simone Buzzi next to Antonella Clerici for a long time with her high-calorie recipes, her Roman accent, her cheerfulness.

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Today he is fine, Simone Buzzi fought cancer, around him there was the silence of those who wanted to protect him. «Regain confidence in your studio» and Antonella Clerici’s voice breaks. Simone immediately jokes, he tells everyone that he sees her wasted. “You haven’t seen him for a while because he defeated a big illness, hard, but today it’s over, he’s healed, let’s celebrate, come back with us. Today he surprised us and after the emotions and the joy of seeing him, we will see him again in the kitchen », the presenter is happy to capture him. «We do the bald Buzzicate» and it’s still Buzzi who makes everyone laugh. “Then you decide when you cook with us again” adds Clerici, who can no longer hold back the tears, since even Ivano Ricchebono is crying, he, the Genoese chef who is always so tough. But they all cry while studying It’s always noonfrom Antonella Ricci to Alfio Bottaro, were so afraid of the disease that afflicted the very nice Roman chef, but today we celebrate, today yes.