Can Yaman travels to Italy to reappear in Mediaset despite coronavirus alert in the country

Can Yaman travels to Italy to reappear in Mediaset despite coronavirus alert in the country

Besides the success you have in our country, the protagonist of great international hits such as 'Erkenci Kus' or 'Dolunay', published in Spain in Divinity, also has a special magnet for the Italian public, so it's not surprising that he was received by thousands of fans at Milan airport on the last weekend of February, when he travelled to that country to participate in a TV format. The Turkish star made his big comeback on television with Bon Jovi's background music on the Italian programme "Live-Non è la d'urso". The space presented by Barbara d'Urso was the venue chosen for the return of the king of Turkish drama on the small screen in prime time.

The Turkish actor was interviewed by the presenter where he provided several details about his personal life, such as the good relationship he has with his parents and even admitted that the most important thing in a woman to notice is personality. The reappearance of the Turkish star broke the audience record in the show which was seen by 4 million viewers, a 24% share. It is clear that Can Yaman is interested and if it is to reveal the details of what he feels and has experienced this time, the expectation that awakens among the audience is even greater.

In this first appearance of Can Yaman on television after his military service, the recording studio was found with the public stands completely empty. 
This is one of the many preventive measures that have been taken in Italy due to the coronavirus epidemic that is currently affecting the country very seriously. There are six deaths due to the so-called covid-19 virus in Italy, while in China the figure has already reached 2,592 deaths.

It should be remembered that the "Live-Non è la d'urso" programme is produced by the Italian communication group Mediaset and is based in Cologno Monzese, just outside Milan, one of the places most affected by the disease in the country and which in that place have already closed cinemas, theatres and schools, among other public places. As a result, the producer announced last weekend that the programmes would not have a public presence on the set for "conforming to the indications of containment of the spread of coronavirus".


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