Interviewed by Silvia Toffanin, Arisa, one of Amici’s teachers, told the presenter. Here’s what she said.
Arisecoach of Amicishe told herself very true with Silvia Toffanin, talking about her fragility and love for herself.
Friends 22, Arisa confesses: “They always tell me I’m crazy, this hurts me”
Among the questions that Toffanin has placed to the professor of Amicithe talent of Canale5 conducted by Maria De Filippi, there was also that of her reaction to criticism and what hurt her about the nastiness that is sometimes addressed to her. The singer replied with an open heart:
“If you’re right with yourself, one can say what he wants. What hurt me the most? When they tell me ‘that’s crazy’, ‘she’s crazy’. I’m not crazy, I’m just a little frou frou.”
Arise she revealed that many times the fear of not being up to it held her back and almost pushed her to throw in the towel. At the moment, in his life there is no lovebut the singer said that she is serene on this point:
“There is no one, but that’s okay, because in the old stories I never loved myself enough. Now I would like something else, light, simple, mutual. I would like someone who cares about me, who wants to build something together Once, right here, Emma Marrone said something I really liked ‘better to be alone than with anyone.’ I’m at the age of awareness now. I’ve had many boyfriends, I’ve had my experiences, now I’m waiting.”
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