“I was massacred for shorts, Damiano with heels is fine”. The words of Emma Marrone to Repubblica ignite the social networks. In an interview, the singer recalls her participation in Eurovision 2014. “Instead of being supported because I brought a rock song like” La mia città “, an attitude not like a classic Italian pop singer that focuses on voice or femininity, I was massacred: we only talked about the gold shorts that appeared under the dress and about my movements “, says Emma Marrone recalling the adventure that ended with a disappointing placement. Quite the opposite with respect to the exploit of the Maneskin, who just triumphed in Rotterdam. The Roman band also shone for the look exhibited on stage. “Now that Damiano dei Måneskin shows up shirtless and in high heels, that’s fine: it is clear that there is sexism”, says Emma, also denouncing the treatment reserved for her by foreign juries: “I did not do interviews with homophobic and racist countries and no votes came from them. ” The interview with the singer does not go unnoticed on Twitter, where it attracts ‘spicy’ reactions from many Maneskin fans and comments from those who do not share the artist’s words: “Someone tell Emma Marrone that her song was bad, period. That one. was the reason for his embarrassing finish at Eurovision 2014 “.