Lore Improta celebrates the program on and comments on the

Lore Improta celebrates the program on and comments on the carnival marathon: “Sonho Alô Alô Bahia

January 28, 2024


Luana Veiga

Journalist and reporter for the website Alô Alô Bahia

The dancer and influencer Improta Lore is in full swing and has a busy schedule carnival. In addition to the parade in Sapucaí for Unidos do Viradouro and participation in the celebrations in Salvador, she will debut her first television program on Rede Globo in the Northeast on February 3: “In the rhythm of tradition“.

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The new attraction features exclusive interviews with renowned musicians such as members of Timbalada and Durval Lelys and shows the preparations for the celebrations in several states in the region, with a focus on cultural events. “It was a dream, I think it is a first step on the path I would like to take. It's beautiful, I think people will like it. We’ll tell you a little about our carnival from across the Northeast.”“, he explained in conversation with Alô Alô Bahia at the Salvador Summer Festival.

Lore, who is known for her passion for Carnival in Salvador, reveals that she has prepared very well, both physically and mentally, and that this is a party that has a special place in her heart and that deserves to be celebrated. “It is the best carnival in Brazil,” he emphasized.

Earlier, Lore and her husband Léo Santan opened the work for the gala ball Acclamation night. They hosted a special lunch this Sunday (28) in Salvador for influencers, sponsors and bridesmaids of the event.

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The couple will host 500 guests at the first Acclamation Night this Monday (29). The event is not just a celebratory event, but a solidarity initiative in favor of Obras Sociais Irmã Dulce (OSID). The value of the sale of invitations that have already sold out is converted back into a direct donation to the institution.

All proceeds raised will go towards the creation of 20 new intensive care beds at OSID's Santo Antônio Hospital, a project worth R$6.5 million. OSID is responsible for one of the largest healthcare complexes in Brazil, providing 100% free care with more than 5.6 million outpatient procedures per year in Bahia.

*Naiana Ribeiro contributed. Photos: Disclosure.

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