Xuxa Meneghel was one of many celebrities who paid tribute to the presenter and comedian, Jo Soareswho died early this Friday (5th) at the Sírio Libanês hospital in São Paulo.
The presenter published a sequence of photos next to the famous and paid a beautiful tribute. In her account, the eternal Rainha dos Baixinhos said that she felt the death of the presenter after not being able to contact him.
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“These days I thought a lot about you. I saw that your cell phone was not the same, I sent a message by direct (but it was a fan page). I think it was my guardian angel asking to tell you that I adore you. And that I was here if I needed anything… I didn’t get it”, she began.
Finally, Xuxa reinforced the longing that the presenter will make for everyone who was a fan and thanked the moments lived by his side: “But now there’s a great longing and the huge desire for a hug that I didn’t give you. A ‘kiss from the fat man’ and a hug from those who love, loved and will always love your energy. Thank you for everything, you will be greatly missed.”
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The death of Jo Soares
The presenter, comedian and actor, Jô Soares, died in the early hours of this Friday (05) at the Sírio Libanês hospital, in São Paulo. The cause of death of the famous has not yet been released.
The announcement of the death of Jô Soares was made by his ex-wife, Flavia Pedras, through a post on his Instagram account. In the report, she said that the funeral will only be for family and close friends of the presenter.
“Actor, comedian, director and writer Jô Soares passed away a few minutes ago. He left us at the Sírio Libanês hospital in São Paulo, surrounded by love and care. The funeral will be for family and close friends only,” she began.
“So, those who throughout their more than 60 years of career have had fun with their characters, repeated their catchphrases, smiled with the sharp intelligence of this comedian, celebrate, make a toast to your life”, she said.
“The life of a guy in love with the country where he was born and chose to live, to try to transform, through laughter, into a better place. Long live you my Bitiko, Acorn, Offal, Pet, Crap, Fat. You are the pride of everyone who has somehow shared life with you.“, she lamented.