Champion in 2016 with the story about her 50-year career, Maria Bethânia returned to Sapucaí eight years later to parade again at Estação Primeira de Mangueira. “Mangueira called me and I came”, she commented, already climbing into the first school car in the plot that paid homage to Alcione.
A friend of Marrom, the singer from Bahia had her participation kept in suspense. Her arrival at the side of the track was so quick that only the members saw her before she went on stage.
“I wouldn’t be left out of this tribute to my friend”, he said with the car moving.
Bethânia waved to the audience in sector 1, placed her hand on her heart when she heard the cries of “queen” and “wonderful” and even sang some songs by Alcione such as “Não Deixa o Samba Morrer” and “Você Me Vira a Cabeça”.
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