The invitation to take to the streets if civil rights are not protected. But also sex: 'I've had a lot of it.' Drusilla Foer talks about herself halfway between commitment and passion. Opening the heart of the person behind the trickDrusilla Foer, do you remember her resounding success at the last Sanremo Festival? Photo Video
Drusilla Foer talks about herself halfway between commitment and passion in an interview with TODAY, on newsstands Thursday. The invitation to take to the streets if civil rights are not protected. But also sex: 'I've had a lot of it.' – Photo | videoDrusilla Foer, a real diva in the Sanremo night. Watch the video Drusilla Foer, a real diva in the Sanremo night. Watch the video
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IF THE WIND BLOWS… - «A wind of retrogression on civil rights could be blowing. We are the last nation in Europe to have certain closures, so an involution or inattention to these issues is a matter of incivility... I'm waiting to see. If the will to bring civilization fails, I invite everyone to take to the streets and make a lot of noise. But after, not before.'
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'SEX? I BEAT THE AVERAGE” - Drusilla Foer, consecrated by the last Sanremo festival and now at the helm of 'The Almanac of the day after', on Rai 2, in the interview with TODAY illuminates both the character and the actor and director Gianluca Gori who created her in 2011: «We agree on everything. We have the same vision of freedom, but he has more will than me. He was a photographer, a painter, many things. I started working late. On the shoulders of someone who has worked hard all his life. With the transparency that distinguishes her and made her loved, the self-proclaimed 'elderly soubrette' also confesses her habits relating to sex: 'I've done a lot of it, I've beaten any media. Now less. But even if I didn't do it anymore, I'd be fine.' Do you miss a child? 'Not now. But I thought about it when I was very young.'
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