Lorella Cuccarini

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Lorella Cuccarini
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Lorella Cuccarini, June 2008
Born (1965-08-10) August 10, 1965 (age 49)
Rome, Italy

Lorella Cuccarini (born August 10, 1965) is an Italian dancer, singer, television host and actress.

Life and career[edit]

Born in Rome, at nine years old Cuccarini started to attend the dance school of Enzo Paolo Turchi(it) (choreographer and husband of Carmen Russo).[1] After some experiences as a chorus girl, Cuccarini made her television debut at twenty years old alongside Pippo Baudo in the sixth edition of Fantastico, then she worked for RAI and Mediaset in many successful variety shows, including Festivalbar, seven editions of Paperissima and of Trenta ore per la vita, three editions of Buona Domenica.[1][2]

Cuccarini is also a singer, with several top-ten charting singles and albums;[3] in 1995 she entered the competition at the Sanremo Music Festival (she had hosted two years earlier), ranking tenth.[1][4]

Personal life[edit]

Lorella Cuccarini married the composer Silvio Testi in 1991. She has four children.[1][2]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • Lorel (1987)
  • Voci (1993)
  • Voglia di fare (1995)
  • Le più belle canzoni (2002)

Singles[edit]

  • "Sugar Sugar" (1985)
  • "Kangarù" (1986)
  • "Tutto matto" (1987)
  • "L'amore è" (1987; with Alessandra Martines)
  • "Io ballerò" (1987)
  • "La notte vola" (1988)
  • "Magic" (1990; English version of "La notte vola")
  • "Ascolta il cuore" (1991)
  • "Liberi liberi" (1991)
  • "Un altro amore no" (1995)
  • "Uno di noi" (2002)
  • "Un'onda d'amore" (2008)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Redazione (9 August 2005). "Cuccarini, i miei primi 40 anni". TGCOM. Retrieved 25 November 2013. 
  2. ^ a b Giorgio Dell'Arti, Massimo Parrini. Catalogo dei viventi. Marsilio, 2009. ISBN 978-88-317-9599-9.
  3. ^ Dario Salvatori. Storia dell'Hit Parade. Gramese, 1989. ISBN 8876054391. 
  4. ^ Eddy Anselmi. Festival di Sanremo: almanacco illustrato della canzone italiana. Panini Comics, 2009. ISBN 8863462291. 

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