One of the pioneers among the celebrities who agreed to participate in a confinement reality, Supla was the runner-up of the first Casa dos Artistas (2001), a SBT program that broke through Globo when it was launched a year before Big Brother Brasil. Two decades after participating in the attraction of Silvio Santos, the singer does not know if this level of exposure is good for the career of a celebrity.
“A lot of people come in to earn money and others to, in a way, raise their careers. Just need to go through this to raise their careers? There is no other way, is it?”, Asked Supla, in an interview that will air in full at 10:45 pm on Thursday (18) on the Sensational program, from RedeTV !.
With knowledge of the cause, the 54-year-old artist believes that the participants end up in the hands of editing and the dynamics that are created by the programs.
“It’s a way for you to expose yourself, to show who you are. Except that it depends a lot on the edition too, on the editor, so it’s a kind of complicated game. It’s the level that the human being has reached. . And I can talk about it because it is something I was part of, “he said during the conversation with Daniela Albuquerque.
Supla, however, participated in a reality in a totally different era, without pay-per-view, social networks and internet voting. The publishers’ “control” over content was much greater.
Big Brother Brasil started accepting celebrities only in 2020, when it mixed anonymous subscribers with famous guests. The format was maintained this year, but some artists, such as Karol Conká and Projota, should leave the game with less prestige than they entered as a result of the actions they had in the confinement.
The son of Eduardo Suplicy and Marta Suplicy lost the R $ 300,000 prize from Casa dos Artistas to Bárbara Paz, with whom he formed the first couple in the history of confinement realities in Brazil.
During the interview on RedeTV !, Supla also admitted to understanding that he is a privileged man: “I have a complete sense of where I come from. I am a privileged, white and upper-middle-class boy”. The singer also commented on his career, family and recalled the Casa dos Artistas.
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