Chiara Ferragni – alongside Amadeus and Gianni Morandi at the Festival of Sanremo – was awarded the Telegatto, the most popular recognition among artists, by Tv Sorrisi e Canzoni.
Aldo Vitali, director of the point of reference brand for all fans of the entertainment world, handed out the award to the co-host of the 73rd edition of the Italian Song Festival “for her extraordinary first performance at the Festival of Sanremo and, in particular, for her constant involvement in causes aimed at making civil society better” stated Aldo Vitali.
Chiara Ferragni, who will return on the Ariston’s stage at the Festival’s finals, was unable to conceal her emotions upon receiving the award and said: «I dedicate this Telegatto to my family and team. To my family for various reasons, to my team because I’m here thanks to the work we do together. I’m proud of what brought us to this stage. The Telegatto is an icon, and I’m delighted to have received one… Now, I’m no longer the only one of the family not to have one.”
The Telegatto – a sustainable work of art made in the 70s by the artists of Cracking Art for Tv Sorrisi e Canzoni – was delivered by Sorrisi’s staff at the Royal Hotel of Sanremo, where its director, Aldo Vitali, satisfies all of the Festival’s fans with exclusive contents on the magazine, website and social networks.
Photo credits for the Telegatto of Tv Sorrisi e Canzoni awarded to Chiara Ferragni: ©Iwan Palombi