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Alessinha Cavalcante, promoter of events, dies in São Paulo |  Sao Paulo

Alessinha Cavalcante, promoter of events, dies in São Paulo | Sao Paulo

Event promoter Alisenha Cavalcante passed away on Monday (2) at the age of 58 in Sao Paulo. The information was confirmed by friends Astrid Fontenelle and Marilia Gabriella.

In 2017, Allicinha was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), a rare disease. Since the diagnosis, she has been kept away from activities and received medical assistance at home.

On Instagram, Astrid paid tribute to Alicinha. “Today I lost my most naughty and delicious friend. A strong woman. A loving woman. He fought bravely against a disease whose name I still don’t know. Aliceneha was pure love. And for Gabriel then … will be his mother of devotion. Today he has become a star. My sincere feelings for Rodrigo who He was with her in this fight in one of the most beautiful love pacts I’ve seen,” she wrote.

Journalist Marilia Gabriella recalls Al-Morouj’s struggle against the disease.

“The most beautiful and kindest friend of mine, a friend who never held back, and who won everything with enthusiasm and joy, Alisinha Cavalcante, left us today forever. She was very combative in her battle against the unfortunately indomitable primary progressive aphasia. He fought and fought until this morning. He will leave a void. Great in every person who has come into your life.And she was fortunate to have a special and loving husband of 16 years, Rodrigo Biondi, her partner until her last breath.Oh, Lilizinha dear, you will miss it. Until any time, if that is the case. Thank you for everything Thank you very much “Go in peace, dear,” he wrote.

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Alicinha Cavalcante was born in November 1962 and was one of the most famous promoters in Brazil. The family came from Ceará, but she was born in São José do Rio Preto (SP). Still in his teens, he always went to Rio de Janeiro.

The event organizer began her career at the age of twenty, in 1983, at the Gallery Nightclub, in São Paulo. The peak of success was in the 90s, when organizing a party with her was synonymous with success.

Alicenha told interviews in the early 2000s that she has a list of over 17,000 famous names.

Alesina Cavalcanti and Astrid Fontenelle – Photo: clone/Instagram/Astrid Fontenelle