Tommaso Zorzi is “working and doing my sacred apprenticeship which on television is even more sacred, because since there is no school that teaches you to make TV, you only learn by doing it. I’m working to then one day get to lead my program, but the television career is built more with ‘no’ than with ‘yes’ “. Thus the commentator of ‘L’Isola dei Famosi’ to Maurizio Costanzo on R101. ” You have to know how to say ‘no’ to things, put yourself in a position to work in a context that allows you to be at ease, to say sensible things because the audience then does not forgive – he continued – You must not have that television bulimia of wanting to do everything, wanting to be everywhere, wanting to say yes to everything. When you turn on that red light it becomes a bit like a drug, but then one has to learn to calibrate oneself and do it sparingly. ” Speaking of the Maneskin victory at Eurovision Zorzi added: “ Damiano is the character of the week and also of the year, of the last five years. I believe that he is the right person at the right time. The fact that he brought us back to pick up this trophy means that Eurovision will arrive in Italy next year and I think it is prestigious for us. The only stuff was those French rosettes. I stopped by this summer when in Cannes they charged me 40 euros for a pasta with pesto and ham on top. What then are you in Cannes, is the extension of Liguria. Learn to make pasta with pesto ”, he concluded.