Among the many, many messages of affection and support for Emma Marrone, also those of Marco Bocci and Laura Chiatti. Recently, the Salentine singer, who fought cancer a few years ago, announced on Instagram that she needed to take a break from the music for "health issues." Emma, 35, wrote a long article in which she declared to all her fans with strength and courage that she had to take care of herself. But with a promise.
"I promise you I'll come back stronger than before! There are too many beautiful things to live together, now I'll close the accounts with this story once and then come back to you," she wrote which also had to announce with great regret the cancellation of the Radio Italia concert in Malta: all the people who spent money on flights and hotels to come to Malta to support me. You have no idea how much I would like to have stood on this stage and sung for all of you. " (continued after the photo)
As the fans will remember, Emma and Marco Bocci had a short 2013 When this ended, the relationship between the singer and the actor remained so good that even his current wife Laura Chiatti has never concealed his sympathy and admiration for the 35-year-old Salento, who were probably on the set of the film. " Christmas meal ", which also resulted in a beautiful friendship. (continued after the photo)
And to demonstrate the good relationship that unites the three, Marco Bocci and Laura Chiatti also wanted to show their affection for Emma Meanwhile, Bocci has left a comment under the post in which the singer talks about the stop because of unspecified health problems, which is certainly not uncommon noted, "I'm sure everything will be alright. Close the accounts quickly and be heard. Because it is true that you are beautiful, but you are also a shit. " (Continued after the photos)
Not only that, Bocci also gave her a thought in her Instagram Stories: she released a still image of her last song "I Am Beautiful" and wrote "You're beautiful, but you're shit too, we're waiting for you right now." Even the actor's wife, colleague Laura Chiatti, used the stories for Emma, who is her "Lady Gaga," as she was before some Time called "friend with straight head and outstretched upper body", she wrote about the photo of newspaper in which the two hug each other.
Emma Marrone, the message of the singer after the announcement of the stop function