Claudia Cheribos, co-star of Bruno Nogueira’s “Tabu”, dies
She was diagnosed with colorectal cancer in March 2017. Later, metastases were found in her lung.
Claudia Cheribos, who co-hosted “Taboo,” Bruno Nogueira’s show on SIC, passed away Friday, August 5, this year’s broadcast. She was diagnosed with colorectal cancer in March 2017. Later, metastases were found in her lung. While on SIC, he shared his life experiences in the episode that focused on incurable diseases. He was 46 years old.
“Sweet Claudia, whom I was lucky enough to meet in“ Tabu ”, left us today. My condolences to all the family, whom he always spoke with love,” Bruno Nogueira wrote on Instagram. Claudia has two children.
‘Taboo’ should be a second season on SIC. As with Part One, each episode will tackle a different topic that is usually considered very sensitive to humor.
On June 20 of this year, Lydia Angus, who participated in the same episode, also passed away. She had ovarian cancer and, like Claudia, spoke about her life experiences and how she dealt with the disease. He was distinguished by the well-behaved and uncomplicated way in which he approached the issue.
“Dear Lidia, whom I was lucky enough to meet in the first episode of ‘Taboo’, I left today. A great example of how to deal with life’s tricks. Thank you for the wonderful Lydia”, he wrote, At that time Bruno Nogueira.
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