SANREMO 2024: RUSSEL CROWE super guest of the third evening

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New preview of Amadeus this morning on Viva Rai2! of Fiorello. Russel Crowe will be the super guest of the third evening of the 2024 Sanremo Festival.

This was also announced in a video message sent by Crowe himself where he announced his coming to the Riviera:

I discovered that I am of Italian origins, from Ascoli Piceno, there is a blood connection. Hello Italy, on my signal unleash hell”



Ghali = “My home”

Alessandra Amoroso = “Up to here”

Gazelles = “That’s all”

Ricchi e Poveri = “But not all of life”

Dargen D’Amico = “High wave”

Angelina Mango = “Boredom”

Fred De Palma = “Heaven doesn’t want us”

Fiorella Mannoia = “Mariposa”

Loredana Bertè = “Crazy”

Mr Rain = “Two Swings”

Geolier = “I p’me, tu’pte”

negramaro = “Let’s start everything again”

Rose Villain = “Click Boom!”

Mahmood = “Gold tracksuit”

Diodato = “You move”

Annalisa = “Sincerely”

Il Volo = “Masterpiece”

Emma = “Apnea”

Renga & Nek = “Crazy about you”

La Sad = “Self-destructive”

Irama = “Not you”

Big Mama = “Anger is not enough for you”

The Kolors = “One boy, one girl”

Sangiovanni = “Finish me”

Three = “Fragile”

Alpha = “Go!”

Maninni = “Spectacular”

Clara = “Diamonds in the rough”

French Saints = “Love in the mouth”

bnkr44 = “Punk Government”



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