GF Vip, disqualification on the way: profanity is clearly heard – VIDEO



The rules of the GF Vip are clear and such behavior is not allowed: is another disqualification on the way?

Reality TV is very strict in its rules and such blatant profanity will not easily go unpunished. However, it is also true that Alfonso Signorini loses pieces as this program never really started.


This GF Vip can’t get along and the problem isn’t the notes at all this time. Alfonso Signorini had to face a series of bad events at the Vippos, starting with the Bellavia affair which eliminated four competitors: Marco left the house, Ginevra Lamborghini was disqualified, Giovanni Ciacci ended up in the pillory and eliminated audience from home and Sara Manfuso decided to leave due to excessive discomfort.

Among those who express the desire to leave reality TV, because it has become too heavy for them, there are also Elenoire Ferruzzi and Antonino Spinalbese. Will anyone stay behind the red door or will this probably be the shortest edition ever? In the meantime, there are also those who leave the stage because of a bad vice that is not allowed at all by the production of reality television.

GF Vip, Amaurys clearly blasphemes: will he be disqualified?

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Determined to talk about his in-laws, Amaurys Perez escaped a bad blasphemy, obviously in bad interleaving and not with the intention of blaspheming, but which could cost him the stay inside the house of the GF Vip. In previous editions, blasphemy has never gone unpunished: just think of the edition won by Tommaso Zorzi in which Fausto Leali was disqualified for the same reason.

However, this year Alfonso Signorini has run out of Vippons, the Bellavia affair has caused a real massacre and he no longer knows how to fix the situation. It is not excluded, in fact, that new Vippos can enter and upset the balance of the house. Meanwhile, will Amaurys Perez be killed in front of the GF Vip house? The web has already spoken: it must go out to comply with regulations.

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