The presenter Larisa Guzeeva sincerely admires the artist.
The TV presenter is glad that Shura’s career is experiencing a new rise: he began to appear more often on TV and give more concerts. According to Guzeeva, the musician’s contribution to the national stage is no less impressive than that of his venerable colleagues.
In the 1990s, Shura became a sensation on the national stage. His songs “Do not believe in tears”, “Do good”, “Cold moon” exploded fashionable parties and music charts. The singer became famous not only for his hits, but for his extravagant style and outrageous behavior.
At the peak of popularity in the early 2000s, Shura suddenly disappeared from the stage. He returned only a few years later, but was no longer so in demand, although he did not lose his devoted army of fans over the years of silence. Later it turned out that the cause of his disappearance was the fight against addiction and a serious illness.
The performer won another wave of heightened attention after participating in the Superstar! Return “, where he showed himself to be a real professional artist and tried on unusual images. The astute TV presenter could not help but notice the significant transformations of her colleague. During the filming of the show “Let’s Get Married!”, Where Shura came as a guest, Guzeeva addressed him with a heartfelt speech:
“You quail Pugachev, you quail everyone, because you have something to say! I beg you, alcohol, drugs, questionable companies, just send them. They need you not to be there because you are cool!“
Larisa admitted that at one time she adored Shura’s songs and could not imagine a single party without his music. From that, she, like many fans of the performer, was worried about him when he suddenly disappeared from the public’s field of view.
“I will tear to pieces for creative people. I believe that you are a great tragic singer, we do not have such! Here is Tanya Bulanova, who does not need to do anything, God kissed her on the throat. She starts to sing – and that’s it, you have a lump in your throat, no one sings like that. And I suddenly saw it in you: you are a sad, tragic clown. When I watched the show, I cried. I don’t know what happened to me. You have gained this experience over the years. The fact that life was leaving you so, shredded and beaten, and the fact that you saved it up and remembered it, and now you give it to us, thank you! Not everyone has a Renaissance!“- concluded the TV presenter.