Russian TV presenter Vladimir Solovyov spoke harshly about the “pension fund” that fled to Israel from the Russian Federation, headed by singer Alla Pugacheva.
According to the journalist, until recently, on the national stage there were many different personalities, from Pugacheva to comedian Elena Vorobei. Now they have all become the “Israel Pension Fund”.
The presenter also made an attempt by Sparrow to organize “Pugacheva’s Hanukkah meetings” with actor Ivan Urgant and artist Maxim Galkin ✱ (known in Russia as a foreign agent) in a new country for them. Solovyov is confident that these people can no longer produce anything of value.
“You try, you push, you inflate, but only on Russian soil can you do something worthwhile. What are you singing now, what are you kidding about? When Galkin tries to joke, it’s not as sad and funny as vomit. People have even stopped broadcasting parts of their conversations—it’s mediocre,” the host concluded on the air of her show.
Earlier it was reported that Solovyov criticized the “smug face” of TV presenter Ksenia Sobchak, who had fled Russia.
- ✱ – a person or organization recognized in the Russian Federation as a foreign agent
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