Manuel Vallicella, the former tronista of Men and Women, died at 35

Manuel Vallicella
Manuel Vallicella

The death of Manuel Vallicella leaves everyone speechless, especially after it became known that it was not a sudden illness but a suicide that broke the life of the 35-year-old tattoo artist from Verona.

Manuel Vallicella died, the former tronista of Men and Women who participated in the program of Maria De Filippi in 2016 both as a suitor (of Ludovica Valli, sister of Beatrice Valli ) as well as a courted one.

His presence on the show on this second occasion was relatively brief as the boy had preferred to return to his everyday life rather than continue living in the limelight.

Manuel Vallicella’s death

“I realize that despite having nice exteriors with the girls when I get home I feel anguish: since I started the throne, I have not slept at night, I feel bad, I don’t know if I can go on,” he had said Manuel at the time of his participation as a tronista in Men and Women, where he initially became famous for the many tattoos that covered his body (including his face), to then be loved and appreciated by the actual audience, especially for the sincere soul, the incredible sensitivity and for the immense love he had for his mother who, after years of suffering due to a terrible disease, died in 2019.

The pain of the loss of the mother in front of Vallicella was unable to react, as shown by the many Instagram posts Manuel dedicated to his mother, with whom he reunited in the past hours.

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