'Dance is an all-encompassing art that requires absolute dedication,' she explains. «As a kid I trained for hours, I gave up going out with friends, there were no parties or weekends, just work and study. But kids aren't psychologically prepared to make sacrifices.'
Alessandra Celentano, Amici's inflexible dance teacher since 2003, explains in the weekly Oggi, in the issue on newsstands starting tomorrow , how the young talents participating in the talent show by Maria De Filippi. «Today kids are more attentive, more prepared for an adventure of this kind. But when I ask, 'Did you expect it to be this hard?' they answer me: “From the outside you can see that it is heavy, but not so much”». And she says: 'Now they want everything and immediately, easy success.'Kate and William, the first voyage as princes of Wales Kate and William, the first voyage as princes of Wales
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ABSOLUTE DEDICATION - «Dance, on the other hand, is an all-encompassing art that requires absolute dedication. As a kid I trained for hours, I gave up going out with friends, there were no parties or weekends, just work and study. But the boys are not psychologically prepared to make sacrifices. And it's not their fault but the parents and teachers.' Celentano's severity is legendary. «Better a hard truth today than an uncertain future tomorrow. I am outspoken and think I am doing good, not harm. I was misunderstood, seen as bad and not as a realist». And then she reveals that her uncle Adriano Celentano often watches Amici. 'He's never told me I'm too strict,' she says. 'When he works there is none for anyone and in this we are similar'.