May 28, 2023

During the É de Casa, Maria Beltrão opened up the game and revealed the ban imposed by the show’s production: “They didn’t let them.”


The introduction revealed that she has to follow a rule during certain types of situations on the programme

Photo: Playback / TV Globo

during the It’s from home current saturday (22), Maria Beltraw She opened the game and revealed to the audience a rule she must follow while presenting the programme. This is the ban during musical attractions. The anchor revealed that she could not sing with the singers on the programme.

At the beginning of the program, the celebrity revealed some of the highlights of the program, among which was the presence of Bruce Gumlevsky, translator of Renato Russo. The presenter – a fan of the former Legião Urbana band – said that she is very fond of rock music and also the band’s late singer, but that she cannot sing songs during the program.

Photo: Playback / TV Globo

When the interpreter began to sing Tempo Perdido, the journalist praised the artist: “And by singing the songs that are on the tip of everyone’s tongue, we will welcome Bruce Gomlevsky. Guys, Bruce is charming playing Renato Russo. He has been playing this role in the theater for 17 years, and I have already seen him on theater,” he commented. after, Beltraw He started singing with him.

When noticing the animation of BeltrawMaria Rita made a joke and gave a hint to the interpreter: “You saw that she was going to perform today, didn’t you? Watch out, Bruce! Hold the microphone well. ” in sequence, Beltraw She revealed that she is forbidden to sing directly with the singers invited to participate in the program: “No, they don’t allow that. The production doesn’t allow that!” , She said.

Julia Peraldi, 24, was born in Rio de Janeiro, but grew up in Campos dos Goytacazes. Graduate in Journalism and Post Graduate in Digital Marketing. I consume information of various kinds, but I am most interested in entertainment and health-related news. I love to travel and enjoy good music. Professionally, she has worked for television stations, news websites, and health magazines.