Report: Lucas Pasin – Arthur Aguiar Rejected as ‘TVZ’ Presenter at Multishow

Report: Lucas Pasin - Arthur Aguiar Rejected as 'TVZ' Presenter at Multishow

Arthur Aguiar tried to become a presenter after leaving the “BBB 22” (Globo) as champion, but his name was not accepted by Multishow.

This column of splash found that the actor and singer’s team tried to negotiate with Multishow for Arthur to order a season of the musical program “TVZ”. Yet for dividing fans in the home stretch of Globo reality and, as a result, suffering some rejection on social media, the former BBB ended up being pushed aside by management.

“TVZ” was previously presented in 2016 by Arthur Aguiar. At the time, he also participated in an episode of “Vai que Cola” and was in the cast of the soap opera “Êta Mundo Bom! (World).

Solicited by the chronicle, Multishow, by means of a note, denied any problem with Arthur Aguiar: “Multishow maintains excellent relations with Arthur Aguiar and it would be a pleasure to have him as presenter of TVZ. Names defined for the show until the end”. of the year. The channel continues to have conversations with the artist for future opportunities.”

Gloria Groove and Pedro Sampaio were recently approved by Multishow and ordered seasons on “TVZ”.

And in advertising?

This column of splash had already pointed out that Arthur Aguiar also lived a very different trajectory from the Juliette phenomenon, champion of the “BBB 21”. In advertising, one of the main ways ex-BBBs find to get rich after leaving home, Arthur earns about a third of what the “Cactus Queen” does in a single sponsored social media post.

The amount requested by the ex-Rebelde for a publication in the feed is R$100,000, with the exception of the controversial “iPhone raffles” – already carried out by Arthur and criticized by Internet users. In this case, the value can reach R$200,000. Juliette, when she left the “BBB 21”, charged an average of R$500,000 for a feed advertisement.

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