Britta Gil chimes in for friends and family in the carnival atmosphere: ‘What a thrill’

Britta Gil chimes in for friends and family in the carnival atmosphere: ‘What a thrill’

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The event that marked the presence of Brita Gil at this carnival took place on Sunday (26), already after the official days of festivities

Britta Gil yells to her carnival friends: “What a thrill.” Photos: reproduction / official instagram of the singer.

Preta gel has long been a staple of Carnival, drawing crowds with its bloco da preta in major cities, such as Rio and Salvador. But in the year 2023, Fulia Momo is different, without the infectious presence of Gilberto Gil’s daughter, who is undergoing treatment for a newly discovered cancer. And in order not to leave the most popular concert in the world without her joy, the singer decided to release her voice at a party for friends and family.

The event that marked Britta Gil’s presence at this carnival took place on Sunday (26), already after the days of official festivities, but with a festive atmosphere in the streets dominated by revelers who did not want to let the carnival go too far. The singer’s performance is recorded through the stories of Dr. Talles Britas, widower of comedian Paolo Gustavo.

Britta Gil yells to her carnival friends: “What a thrill.” Photos: Playback / Official Instagram Stories Thales Bretas / Psirico.

Alongside the band, the artist is shown singing an excerpt from her song, “Signs of Fire”. At the age of 48, Britta was diagnosed with bowel cancer, also known as colorectal cancer, after spending days in a hospital in Rio investigating the causes of the singer’s abdominal pain. Bloco da Preta has been drawing crowds for over 10 years.

“What a thrill to see you sing, celebrate life, Brittanha! I love you, it was beautiful”dermatologist Thales Brittas wrote at the singer’s video release. Other profiles have also participated in Brita’s performance, such as Brita’s fan club Necessária Gil and singer Psirico.

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Thais Fonseca, 43, from Pernambuco, Recife, Rio de Janeiro by chance. In Rio de Janeiro – RJ I practice my passion for good journalism and information. I got out of the ’80s, but the ’80s didn’t get out of me, and since that time pop music is what I love. Cyndi Lauper is my singer. She has worked as a press officer in the public and private sectors, as a police reporter for Jornal Povo do Rio, editor for the Favelas News Agency (ANF). I found myself in Bolavip Brasil as an entertainment writer.

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