Ukrainian TV presenter Vladimir Ostapchuk often jokes on the subject of his divorce with Elena Voychenko. He believes that it will not hurt the feelings of his ex-wife and children.
Vladimir believes that there is nothing wrong with even such a serious topic approached with humor. He told this in an interview with Katya Osadchaya.
“I’ll tell you even more! The situation that we now live, she must find her way. I can’t answer some mud, because I’m a man. But the humor and the fact that now I’m writing stand-up and speak about what hurts me. I think that this is just my kind of therapy,” he said.
“In any case, I would not say that this hyplus, make a show of it. I’ve always wondered why other people who don’t have anything to do with it, climb in this situation and give advice. Ukraine is in the top 5 countries in the world in the number of divorces and only my all interested,” said Ostapchuk.
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