Russian singer Sergey Lazarev has commented on the recent scandalous failure of Dima Bilan to perform at the show of the stars of the Eurovision song contest in Amsterdam, reports “Super.ru”.
Dima Bilan explained his refusal to speak in Amsterdam the fact that the organizers did not fulfill their obligations. But according to European media Bilan did not like the size of the font in which his name was written in the advertising of the show. The organizers invited to Amsterdam, Sergey Lazarev, which should be the headliner of the show.
In response to questions on social networks about what attitude Lazarev has to the winners of the Eurovision song contest, the singer said that is the winner of the audience voting, a two-time winner of the contest and has a great love of the audience.
“The winner is not always the one who keeps the trophy in his hands,” wrote Lazarev. Later, the singer has deleted their messages from the comments.
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