Separation? Wanessa Camargo wants to talk about work


It’s not easy being famous. Wanessa Camargo, 39, say so. The eldest daughter of Zezé Di Camargo and Zilu Godoi, the singer has barely signed the divorce from a 17-year relationship with the businessman and father of her two children, Marcus Buaiz, ​​and is already living with rumors of a revival with the actor and now vegan activist Dado Dolabella.

In the midst of the turmoil in her personal life, she still needs to focus on the release of the first clip of the ‘Pai & Filha’ project, an album in partnership with her father, released in 2021. Wanessa knows that she has always aroused people’s curiosity more about her personal life than than for work. And she says she learned to abstract.

“Human beings prefer to disconnect from their own lives by looking at the lives of others. But this is a game I don’t play”, he says. About to complete 20 years of her career, she wants to talk about work and says she is excited about the recently released video for ’20 years from now’. “My father showed me this song and I fell in love right away. The choice of ‘Father & Daughter’ repertoire was along these lines: songs that had to do with me and my father”, she admits.

In 2007, Wanessa and Zezé even sang together on tour. But now, 15 years later, the duo decided to invest in a “more enveloped and robust project”. The idea came from him. “We grew closer during the pandemic. We thought it was the ideal time to work together.”

Wanessa does not hide that she is excited about the end of isolation and the return of presentations across Brazil. But there was a limit. “Since I became a mother, I chose to reduce the load of shows. I want to do a few good ones”, she points out. “I don’t want to be away from my children. My career is very important, but my boys (José, 10, and João, 7 years old) are priority.”

She turns 40 in December and swears she doesn’t miss when she was younger. She feels great. “The attitude towards the world is the ‘x’ of the issue for anyone, regardless of age”, says the singer, who, on the contrary, sees positively the passing of the years and the maturity that it brings.

“I keep watching myself, and I realize that today I look at myself with more acceptance, affection, knowing that I am a susceptible being. I can make mistakes in order to learn from the mistake and be better”.

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