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The first job and first love of the judges of Idolos

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already confessed to us what excuse do they use to skip meetings and why the jury would call if they had a scoop, Pedro Tatanca, Ana Bacalhau, Joana Marquez and Martim Souza Tavares are ready to answer one more question of our quiz. That’s what we asked the jury idols.

Fifth question: “My first job was…”

Martim Souza Tavares: “Room Assistant at Gulbenkian

Ana Bacalhau: “Give explanations in Portuguese, English and Latin.

Joana Marquez: “Screenwriter. This is the first more serious work that Ana Bola and Maria Ruff wrote for an article in TSF.

Peter Tatanka: “Gardener“.

Credits: Joao Maria Catarino

Six question: “My first platonic love was…”

Martim Souza Tavares: “To Charlotte.”

Ana Bacalhau: “MacGyver and his irresistible ‘business front, party back’ haircut.”

Joana Marquez: “Victor Bahia”

Peter Tatanka:NR

More unpredictable questions and answers coming soon. as long as I know everything about idols here.

childhood friends. Martim Sousa Tavares tells the story of Carolina Patrosinio: “I was drowning in the sea.”

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A young Brazilian actress was raped and gave the child up for adoption

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Mikael talks about the death of his sister Sarah Carreira and confesses that he suffers – The Boil

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Mikael talks about the death of his sister Sarah Carreira and confesses that he suffers - The Boil
“I don’t think I will ever be able to deal with what happened. Obviously, it’s time to go on and move on, but it’s very difficult,” Mikael Carreira admitted with tears in his eyes this Saturday on Conta-me’ with Manuel Luis Gusha on TVI. The singer was referring to the death of his sister Sarah Carreira, who died on December 5, 2020 in a car accident on the A1 motorway in Povoa da Isenta in Santarém. He was only 21 years old.

In an emotional conversation punctuated by silence, Mikael Carreira revealed that since then there has been a song that he cannot sing: “Gosto de Ti”, a theme originally performed by Sarah Carreira and David Carreira. “I can’t sing this song!” – he said. “It’s impossible. It’s impossible for me.”

In an interview, the musician from the Carreira clan also spoke about the divorce of his parents, admitting that the separation of Tony Carreira and Fernanda Antunes, formalized in 2019, cost him dearly.

“At the time, it was a bit difficult because you always have an image of your parents together that we all idealize and see for the rest of our lives,” he said. “At the time of parting, I asked myself: how did this happen? Today, looking back, I understand that maybe it’s better for them,” admitted the 36-year-old artist. “They should be happy. And this is the most important thing for me, for David, and for Sarah too. At first it was strange, because we were always together. We continued, but in a different way,” he said. concluded. .

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“Cruel Night” at Seixal
Tony Carreira has a full performance schedule for this summer, and on Friday night he performed at Seixal, at the Festas Populares de São Pedro. “Thanks! It was a cruel night, ”the artist wrote on his social networks after the concert.

Tony also insisted on an autograph session at the end of the evening and took pictures with fans, sharing more than 200 pictures throughout the day on Saturday on Facebook.

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Pedro Mourinho talks about traumas left after the war, and finally reveals the secret of how much he received for the trip to Ukraine

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Pedro Mourinho talks about traumas left after the war, and finally reveals the secret of how much he received for the trip to Ukraine

Pedro Mourinho said he “risked his life” covering the war in Ukraine.

“It was very intense. Me and Nuno [Quá] we began to live situations that we did not talk about, but which remain in our memory. There will be time to talk about it. But our lives are in danger,” he told TV 7 Dias during TVI São João party in Porto.

The noise of fireworks seems to frighten the journalist. “There are physical things that have changed in me. For example, the feeling of rockets. Or hear the fire sirens“, he declared. “When we are there, we are always on the alert. The sound of rockets exploding is very strong and always matters. Here, everything is different with rockets, because you are in Portugal, Porto, Sao Juan, but suddenly one bursts, and it always causes such a feeling … ”, he admitted.

Disputes to order

However, Pedro Mourinho does not forget about the controversy that arose on social networks with comments about wages of war correspondents.

“There are rumors on social media that journalists are making a fuss. This is a complete lie. And this is not a criticism, not a complaint. This is what you are paid for. We have a sense of mission, so we go there, but we get as much in Ukraine as we would get in Badajoz“, he clarified.

“This is a daily allowance – 89 euros, and an overnight stay – 30. This will be the case for RTP, SIC and TVI. They go there not to get rich, but to tell what they are watching, to do the job as best as possible. , with a great missionary spirit for your channel, for your profession and nothing else,” he added.

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