Recently the famous Russian singer Alla Pugacheva gave a concert in Minsk. Therefore, the 70-year-old actress delighted fans with new hits and live sound. However, as it turned out, it was not easy, because after the concert she had to take pills.
To enjoy the performance of famous Pugacheva arrived in Minsk not only fans from all over the country, but the stars of the Russian platform. So, their emotions shared the singer Vera Brezhneva, who said that the concert caused her “indescribable emotions from the very depths”.
Vera Brezhneva, Viva photo
“The woman, the Man, the Artist, the legend! I have no words… can’t count the number of times during the concert when approached tears. The voice in the codes of our subconscious. Causing indescribable emotions from the depths. And I want to wish her happiness, her health — the woman who sings. Ps: from the beginning of the concert at the end of the songs stood all the people in the hall and pestagalli hands, we all wanted to hug her and thank … to Come even to another city for a concert was the perfect solution! And we had a lot! From different countries!”– wrote the star in Instagram.
On this 70-year-old legendary singer thanked Brezhnev for these words and told that this for her was not very easy.
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“Thank you Rocco I came. It really was a celebration of people’s love. Though in the end, got a sore throat at all. Thank you, my dear, but I can’t. I’m lying on the couch, drank a pill. Wait, when will bring the tea!”, summed up the celebrity.
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