Pedro Bial says Glória Maria ‘suffered a lot’: ‘Iemanjá took her to rest’

Former presenter of ‘BBB’ participated in ‘Encontro’ in honor of the journalist who this Thursday 2

Play/GlobePedro Bial took part in the ‘Meeting’ in honor of Glória Maria

The host Pedro Bilal paid tribute to the journalist Glory Mary at “Encontro” this Thursday, 2nd, and revealed that she “suffered a lot”. During his participation in the morning program of the Globecommented the journalist: “I am still quite confused [com a notícia]although in a way we knew it was coming, it was coming [a hora]”. Glória passed away this morning in Rio de Janeiro. In recent years, she battled lung cancer and brain metastases. “The way I managed to leave the house and come to Globo was thinking about what it would do if it were the opposite. Had I left, I know she would have wanted to contribute to the tribute in the most effective, most thoughtful way possible. I’m here because Glória would do that for me,” said Bial. The journalist died on the day of Iemanjá and for the former presenter of “Big Brother Brasil” this was no coincidence: “The queens know each other, they are sisters”. Without going into details, he said that Glória was not in good health. “She has been in a lot of pain lately. Iemanjá was, as always, tender and affectionate and took [Glória] relax.”

Glória presented “Fantástico” together with Bial for 10 years and, according to the journalist, they developed a great friendship during this period. “We looked like brothers, we argued a lot, we got involved a lot, then we hugged, kissed each other on the mouth, our relationship was a party,” said the presenter. In the “Encontro”, the journalists William Bonner and Fatima Bernardus also performed and paid tribute to the journalist who was a pioneer on TV several times. In confirming the presenter’s death this morning, Globo reported in a note: “In 2019, Glória was diagnosed with lung cancer, successfully treated with immunotherapy, and brain metastasis, treated surgically, also successfully initially. In the middle of last year, the journalist started a new phase of treatment against new brain metastases, which unfortunately no longer works in recent days.” She is survived by two daughters, Laura, 14, and Maria, 15.

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