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It is almost time for the start of the evening season of Friends 22whose prime time episodes will be broadcast from from 18 March on Canale 5. In view of this new phase of the season, the production of the popular talent show has announced the first news for the public concerning the jury. The fifteen students in the competition will be evaluated by three new jurors: singer Michael Good, singer-songwriter and television personality Cristiano Malgioglio and the school’s alumnus, now international dancer, Joseph Giofrè.
Michele Bravi and Cristiano Malgioglio, well-known judge of talent shows
fans of Friends, Maria De Filippi’s show dedicated to young talents, will have to greet Stefano De Martino, Stash and Emanuele Filiberto who for two years occupied the red seats of the school jury in the final stages. From Saturday 18 March new judges will animate the competition, ready to evaluate the skills of the remaining competitors (seven singers and eight dancers) and they are already much loved faces of the Italian entertainment world.
If Cristiano Malgioglio can boast solid experience as a juror by virtue of the many experiences he has gained on TV in Italy and beyond – among the latest is Such and Which Show and its spin-offs – Michele Bravi and Giuseppe Giofrè can be considered already linked to the De Filippi show. Well done was already tutor of the students of the school in the 2017-18 season in which Annalisa and Felice Caccamo also covered the same role and participated in 2020 in Special Friends – Together with TIM for Italya program aimed at raising funds for the health emergency that hit the country in 2020.
Giuseppe Giofrè, the former pupil of the school
Giofrè, for his part, emerged thanks to Friends winning the edition in the year 2011-12 for its category: dance. The Calabrian, who then continued his training in the Stateshe also made himself known outside the national territory by participating in X Factor UK edition returning on several occasions to Maria De Filippi’s school. Now, after the satisfying experience following Taylor Swiftas a dancer on the pop star’s world tour, returns to TV with a fixed and prominent presence in the program with which his career took off.