Lolita Rodriguez’s daughter, Silvia Rodriguez commented The adorable mom’s interview with actresses and friends Nair Bello and Hebe Camargo on “Programa do Jô”.. Netizens rescued the video in his honor Joe Soares, who died Friday (5), aged 84, in São Paulo. She is 93 years old, “Lola” Lives in Joao Pessoa since 2015 With his only daughter, he has not given interviews for twelve years.
“They had an enviable sense of humor as shown in an interview on The Joe Show. Lola and Nir talked on the phone 8 to 10 times a day. They loved what they did,” he said.
Joe Soares: Remember an interview with Nair Bello, Hebe Camargo and Lolita Rodriguez
Silvia also stated that her mom and Jo Soares have been longtime friends and have actually worked together. Therefore, Lolita received the news of the death of Joe Soares with great sadness, as confirmed by Silvia.
“I also worked with Jô at the time of TV Excelsior when she participated in Maestro Simonetti’s programme. I received the news with great sadness.”
Netizens remember Jô Soares’ featured interview with Nair Belo, Hebe Camargo and Lolita Rodrigues to lament the presenter’s logo – Photo: Reproduction/Globo
The interview with Nair Bello, Hebe Camargo and Lolita Rodrigues was originally shown in 2000, on “Programa do Jô”. In 2012, when honoring Hebe, who died that year, Joe replayed photos of the meeting. Watch the full interview on Globoplay.
And in the networks, when recalling this moment, netizens described the interview as “one of the best moments in Brazilian television” and “historic heritage”, in addition to saying that the presenter is “the best interviewer on Brazilian television.”
Joe Soares, presenter of “Programa do Jô”, which was shown on TV Globo from 2000 to 2016, has been hospitalized since July 28 at Sírio-Libanês Hospital, in the central region of São Paulo.
The burial and wake will be reserved for family and friends, at a date and location yet to be announced. The cause of death was not disclosed. The death announcement came from Joe’s ex-wife, Flavia Pedra, and confirmed it in a note to the press office of Seryo Lebanon Hospital.
Jose Eugenio Soares was born in Rio de Janeiro on January 16, 1938. He was the only child of Orlando Heitor Soares and Mercedes Lil Soares of Paraíba. At the age of twelve, he went to study in Switzerland, where he stayed until the age of seventeen. There, he became interested in theater and performances.
When he returned to Brazil, Jô Soares approached the stage and began his always humorous career as a brand.
Considered a pioneer in the standing pose, he has emerged for being one of the major comedians in the history of Brazil, participating in the attractions that made history on television, such as “A Família Trapo” (1966), “Planeta dos Homens” (1977) and “Long Live the Fat”. “(1981). Additionally, he wrote books and acted in 22 films.
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