Popular Ukrainian showman and producer Alex Potapenko (Potapov) is a coaching chair in the show “Golos Krainy-10”. A famous actor preparing to compete for the strongest voices in the decisive battle of the era to become a coach-a winner.
So, Potapov has decided to share his impressions of the new season and singers he saw on set.
“In the 10th anniversary season has all the ingredients of supermacho: incredible casting, as ever, a huge number of singers and characters with bright backgrounds who flocked from all over the world, stunningly-professional coaching staff, a good atmosphere and unforgettable voices of destiny and history. The new season is surprising and inspires us to new discoveries. I, as a coach, there is another important task. It’s not just super-task is to hold talented vocalists in the finale, but to make sure that those who will leave “the voice of the country” knew what to do next, to keep their dreams of a big stage,” said the showman.
In turn, the chief producer of “the Voice of the country-10” Vladimir Zawaduk claims that the captain is the person that is required on the project.
“Without Potap impossible to imagine the vocal battle era. The audience is always waiting for his appearance, because he is not only an experienced coach and the award-winning producer of Ukrainian show-business. He’s like the main moderator, which adds to project charisma and jokes. Potapov was in the verge of victory, so during the anniversary season, he uses his superpowers. What? Learn new year’s eve,” said he.
It should be noted that the star mentors on the project are singer Tina Karol, international artist Dan Balan, multiartist MONATIK and showman Potap.
Recall that the famous Ukrainian artist and producer Alexey Potapenko decided to show the fans drawn pencil portrait, which depicts him and his wife.
As reported by the portal Znayu, Potap put funny photos posing with their personal trainer Andrew Homick.
The portal also Znayu wrote that the captain put the funny pictures posing with their ex-wife Irina Gorovoy son Andrew.
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