New presenter “Cauldron”Marcos Millon, 42, traveled to São Paulo to undergo medical checks to complete his assignment to the Rede Globo this afternoon, and ended up surprised when he arrived at the station’s headquarters: he was blocked.
I don’t think this will eventually happen. You don’t know how many times I’ve passed Globo, in São Paulo, and I just looked. I even sent Ponneho a picture like this: “Oh, I’m here at the door, can I come in and sign the contract?” Kidding. I will do a medical examination. Never do that. He said, through Stories, on Instagram.
Then, the lieutenant colonel showed a security guard calling him to enter the Globo de São Paulo through the staff site, but was eventually blocked. All because there is no active registration of his badge.
“Look how it goes, my name card doesn’t have a license plate and I have a little stamp here. I’m still stuck at the door because my badge doesn’t have a license plate. I knew it wouldn’t be easy, but I wouldn’t give up,” he joked, knowing he wouldn’t It’s easy to get into a place you’ve always dreamed of.
I have a signed contract, but they’re right, right? Of course, you have to check everything.
After obtaining a pass to enter, Marcos Millon celebrated his return to the place where he had only been once in his life to see Fausto Silva’s recording.
I joined, I joined, I only came here once to register Fausto, to watch, but now I’m set. The guy gave me the instructions and I actually got lost, I got lost in the parking lot. I’ll be embarrassed.
The “Calderao” host also showed pictures of his visit to the clinic for audiometry and ended by saying that he was touched by the affection of the station staff.
excellent. The medical exam was done…I went there to watch the ‘Celebrity Show’ studio [do “Domingão com Huck”] And the reception everyone gets with me is very special. It’s very different. People come to take a picture and give a different word. It’s a great emotion.
“Live a dream”
Marcos Mion’s happiness to join the cast of TV Globo is infectious! The presenter will be taking “Cauldron” from Saturday (4) until the end of December this year, and says he’s making a big dream come true.
In an interview with “O Globo”, Tell a little bit about how this experience happened. “I’m really dazzled, I’m living my career dream. But it’s real,” he noted.
Keen to make a production debut, he promises to deliver a program with humor and a lot of happiness: “People can expect fun, laughter, joy and high spirits, which I love to do. We come from a very painful period, of suffering. The conceptual goal of the program is to be a part of From this moment to resume the smile.”
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