The death of Raffaella Cara, the icon of Italian television and song

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Italian TV and song icon Raffaella Cara has died at the age of 78, Italian media reported, citing people close to her. “Rafaella left us to a better world, where she will shine forever with her humanity, unique laughter and extraordinary talent,” her ex-partner, Sergio Ebino, told the Italian news agency ANSA.The Italian Minister of Culture, Dario Franceschini, commented on the news, saying: “With the departure of Raffaella Cara, we lose a great woman in Italian television. A woman of great talent, passion and humanity who has accompanied us all our lives. Farewell, Rafaela. Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi also mourned the late television icon, stressing that “her laughter and generosity accompanied generations of Italians.”
Raffaella Cara was born on June 18, 1943 in Bologna, northern Italy, and her real name is Raffaella Maria Roberta Belloni. She had a long career in the Italian public television channels “Rai”, where she impressed millions of Italians with her talent in dancing, singing and presenting programmes. One of her most famous songs is “Toca Toca” or “A Far Amore Komencha Too”. Raffaella Cara is very popular in Italy, as well as in Spain, and has become a gay favorite “thanks to her songs and liveliness.”
Her popularity reached its peak in the seventies with her songs that became popular in Italy and Spain, as well as in Latin America. She achieved great stardom on Spanish television after the return of democracy in this country, and in 2013, Cara returned to Italian television through “Ray” channels as a coach on “The Voice” in its Italian version.

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