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Conti to present Sanremo with Garko, Raffaele, Ghenea

Presentation also contained tribute to David Bowie

Conti to present Sanremo with Garko, Raffaele, Ghenea

Rome, January 12 - Showman Carlo Conti will be joined by television actor Gabriel Garko, comedian Virginia Raffaele and Romanian actress and model Madalina Ghenea for the 66th edition of the Sanremo music festival scheduled to take place February 9-13, the TV presenter said Tuesday. Guest artists are to include Laura Pausini, Eros Ramazzotti, the Pooh and Renato Zero, the artistic director and presenter added during the traditional January press conference to present the festival. "Carlo Conti's call came as a surprise, maybe because I tend to underestimate myself," Garko said. "This will be my first experience on stage and I have decided to be fully myself," he continued. "I will enter Italians' homes in a different way from usual: normally I am the protagonist, here I will be at the service of the show," Garko concluded. "I am very excited and I don't know how to thank Carlo Conti. In truth I have to thank Italy," Ghenea said. "Sanremo is a dream come true," continued the actress chosen by Oscar-winning Italian director Paolo Sorrentino for his recent film Youth, who arrived in Italy aged 14. "I used to watch it with my family," Ghenea said. Raffaele said that when Conti told her that he wanted her for Sanremo during a lunch meeting in Florence she lost her head. "On the train back I forgot to get off at Rome and ended up in Naples," she said. "I hope I will do a good job. It is fun working with Carlo. I sense that he is complicit in experimenting, in having a good time." Tuesday's press conference also contained a tribute to British pop and rock idol David Bowie, who lost his battle against cancer on Sunday aged 69. Giancarlo Leone, director of state broadcaster's RAI1 channel that broadcasts the television bonanza, showed a video of the veteran singer's participation in the 1997 festival presented by Mike Bongiorno.

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