The exciting confrontation at Amici between Paky and Alessandra Celentano.
Confession time for Pucks ad Amici. After the last episode of talent show by Maria De Filippiin which it arrived last in the dance competition judged by Eleonora Abbagnatothe good hip hop dancer and pupil of teacher Alessandra Celentano lived a real moment of discomfort.
Paky’s tears to Amici
In yesterday’s daytime of Amici 22 aired a exciting confrontation between Paky and Alessandra Celentano. Summoned by his coach to the rehearsal room to talk about his ranking, the hip hop dancer let himself go to one outburst in which he told some details of his painful past:
I wanted to know your opinion on my journey since I joined until today. Looking at the rankings, I realized that there was a go down and I don’t feel this go down when I’m in the hall or when I dance. I feel like I’ve improved a lot, so I’d like to know if that’s the case for you or if you agree with the rankings. I entered because my goal is the evening but slowly you understand that this experience also shapes you in other things, beyond the evening. One thing aside, it’s for my father because I want to make him proud of me. Because he means so much to me. It’s like a failure not having to enter the evening because I know he wants it so much. When I finish last or I don’t like myself, I think of him. I think I’m not up to what he gives me, it’s bad. I work 100% always. I haven’t experienced anything easy in my life, the situation at home has never been good because I grew up without a mom. My father raised me alone, giving my best and I can’t give him less. This is what ails me.
With the voice broken by tears, Pucks has then revealed that she lost her mum at the age of 13:
I was 13 when I lost her and even that day I couldn’t put it all out and went to dance. In my life I have never been facilitated in anything. My father says he’s proud of me but I think he’s not 100% because I know what he expects from me and I know what I expect from me.
Former professor lashes out at Amici
The confession of the Amici dancer has displaced the Celentano teacherwho reaffirmed his position and, at the same time, tried to console him:
You’ve just arrived, but there’s always been an up and down of everyone. Clearly it’s important because if, at a certain point, you see that you’re always last…however, given that you’ve only recently arrived and have done a few races…Now we need to see how the situation will go, but you have to continue to be yourself. You have a bit of a bloody character… You have to enjoy everything you’re doing regardless of everything, then how it goes will go. You know you’re doing your best, your dad knows you, he knows who you are. You understood some things, you learned some things, it’s part of this journey. Friends it is not easy but it is a great growth. Whatever, I’m here.
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