Joseph Giofrè is the surprise name chosen by Maria DeFilippi as judge of the evening of Friends 22.
The dancer, performer and singer will sit next to Michael Good And Cristiano Malgiogliostarting from Saturday 18 March, the day on which the final phase of the talent will start.
Friends 22, who is Giuseppe Giofrè?
Born in 1993 a Gioia Tauro, Giuseppe Giofrè has been living in for some years Los Angeles. In his career he has collaborated with Ariana Grande, Jennifer Lopez, Nick Jonas, Taylor Swift, Justin Timberlake, Camila Cabello, Selena Gomez And Nicki Minajby participating in their tours.
In 2011 he entered the school of Friends of Maria De Filippiwinning the dance category and winning a scholarship to perfect her technique at Millennium Dance Complex Of Los Angeles.
Once he finished his academic career, he joined the British T-series corps de ballethe X Factorled by the choreographer Brian Friedmano.
When he won the talent, he gave an interview to The Journal of Danceproving to have very clear ideas.
“First of all, study a lot. I would love to participate in music videos because I really love the music business. I dream of being able to dance for some great artist and thus remain in the television sector.”
In 2013 he also tried his hand at singing career, releasing some singles, produced by the label I’m not old enough Of Mara Maionchi And Alberto Salerno. The best known is breaksong still available on Spotify.
As for his private life, the gossip chronicles report his relationship with his fellow dancer Adam Vespermana story that has continued since 2018.
Radio speaker, musician and collaborator of various national and international newspapers. He has been following the Sanremo Festival since 1999 and the Eurovision Song Contest since 2014 as a correspondent, as well as numerous other musical events. In twenty years he has conducted over 8,000 interviews with personalities from the worlds of music, sport and entertainment. In 2020 he published the novel “La Festa di Don Martello” and in 2022 “Galeotto fu il chinotto” and “The oak does not fall at the first blow”.