“I look for in the garbage”: the former castaway tells his drama; how his life changed after his participation in the Island of the Famous.
The sixteenth edition of The Island of the Famous: Nicolas Vaporidis got on the top step of the podium, who beat Luca Daffré in the very final with 87% of the audience’s preferences. Today, however, let’s take a dip in the past of the Canale 5 reality show.
Exactly at the 2010 edition of the reality set in Honduras, at the time conducted by Simona Ventura. Well, one of the protagonists of that edition is going through a decidedly unpleasant period. The popularity given him by the program did not last long and, today, his life has changed dramatically. Here’s what he told the weekly New a few months ago.
Island of the famous, the former castaway tells of his dramatic condition: “I am looking for in the garbage”
“I’m not ashamed to say it: today field of gimmicks and I look in the garbage objects and things to sell “. These are the words of Davide Di Porto, recently interviewed by the weekly Nuovo. The former castaway from the Isola dei Famosi spoke to himself with an open heart, explaining his current situation. At the time of the reality show, Davide, who was the seventh castaway eliminated from the edition, was a personal trainer and subsequently had become red light movie actor. The former castaway, however, has abandoned both careers: “With the red light cinema I stopped for some time, it is not the wonderful environment that everyone continues to tell.”
In the interview, Davide does not hide his resentment towards the entertainment world: “The TV threw me like a rubbish after exploiting me. The leaders are afraid of me, but I am not afraid of them. I still have so many things to tell, I don’t give up and if the work isn’t there I’ll invent it “.
And you, do you remember the Island of the Famous in 2010? It was the seventh edition of the reality show, where it was the triumph Daniele Battagliafollowed by runner-up Luca Rossetto (in the ‘not famous’ category) and by Guenda Goria, who was awarded the bronze medal.