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Milva, I remember Eva Grimaldi and Vladimir Luxuria, such and such imitation

Eva Grimaldi and Vladimir Luxuria joined the chorus of greetings and tributes from colleagues and friends for Milva’s death. The actress and TV columnist imitated the refined interpreter, who passed away yesterday at the age of 81, on the occasion of their participation in ‘Tale e what show’, the Friday evening program of Rai1, conducted by Carlo Conti .

In 2018, the former parliamentarian stepped into the shoes of the ‘Red’ by re-proposing one of her flagships, ‘Alexander Platz’ (Here, the video ).

The following year, the protagonist of many successful fiction and films has revived a timeless song, ‘Milord’.

Grimaldi, a few hours ago, on Instagram, wrote a message of condolence addressed to one of the most loved icons of Italian melody:

Bon voyage great artist, chosen and loved by talented directors, has given a lot to the public. Thank you.

Also on Twitter, Luxuria wanted to address a special thought to the Panther of Goro:

When they introduced me to you you said “Luxuria? A challenging name… ”and we laughed together. I have always been a fan of yours and I want to remember you with an image of when I paid tribute to Tale and Which Show. Thank you for your sweet and powerful voice…. #milva pic.twitter.com/3z454Ihysi

– vladimir luxuria (@vladiluxuria) April 24, 2021

When they introduced me to you you said “Luxuria? A challenging name… ”and we laughed together. I have always been a fan of yours and I want to remember you with an image of when I paid tribute to Tale and Which Show. Thank you for your sweet and powerful voice…. #milva

I am too sad to express my grief, for the loss of #milva , a friend, but above all the greatest artist that our country has ever had. I don’t know what to add anymore. . . I do not find the words. pic.twitter.com/QFrv3AGcHx

– Cristiano Malgioglio (@InfoMalgioglio) April 24, 2021

I am too sad to express my pain, for the loss of #milva, a friend, but above all the greatest artist that our country has ever had. I don’t know what to add anymore. . . I do not find the words.

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