Sister Cristina Scuccia talks about life after the convent: “A son? Never say never'

“I was afraid of disappointing all the people who had believed in me”. After saying goodbye to her veil, the winner of The Voice 2014 returns to talk about her new life and the plans she has for the future

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After saying goodbye to the veil, Cristina Scuccia returns to talk about her life outside the convent in an interview with Corriere della Sera and again in the studies of Verissimo. Between new experiences, such as the piercing she got in her nose or the first time she went dancing, and some revelations: “I was afraid of disappointing all the people who had believed in me. It's as if a weight had been lifted off me, I was afraid of having to give explanations, but I felt welcomed and also protected'. - Photo | video 1 | video 2

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Sister Cristina bids farewell to the veil (and how it has changed!): 'Now I'm a waitress in Spain and I believe in love

THE EMOTION OF NEW LIFE – Removing the nun's habit and putting on secular clothing is certainly a fundamental and emotional first step for Cristina: 'It was a very delicate moment. I left home to go to my family in Sicily because my dad wasn't feeling well. The first clothes I wore were jeans with chains, I still remember the mother nun telling me: are you sure you want to go out like this?”.

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HOW MANY FIRST TIMES – Among Sister Cristina's first experiences after saying goodbye to the veil, there is also nose piercing: 'I wanted a sign of this very delicate period of change, of my transformation and so I did it'. But she doesn't end there: “Rent a house, see if I could make ends meet, it was all about putting myself to the test. I have some friends with whom I went to drink for the first time, to dance all together…”. The young woman does not hide that it took some time to get used to civilian life: “Also because at first walking around without the veil was rather strange. The first few times, however, I didn't feel like walking alone: ​​I had myself 'escorted' by the university students guests of the Milan convent, to whom I had already entrusted my existential doubts. And they were very close to me, even lending me some 'normal' clothes which I obviously didn't have'.

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A BOYFRIEND? – On the very delicate topic, the 34-year-old explains: “There are people who try in some way, but I still don't feel one hundred percent ready, perhaps because love hasn't arrived, who knows”. And, as regards the desire to have a child: “Becoming a mother? There is a sense of motherhood, if anything one day it will come, why not, but step by step, I still have to adapt'.

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