Bedros Kirkorov took the stage amid rumors about his illness

Global Look Press |  Anatoly Lomokhov
Global Look Press | Anatoly Lomokhov

People’s Artist of Russia Bedros Kirkorov took the stage amid rumors about his serious condition. The singer performed at an event in honor of the 80th anniversary of the defeat of the Nazis near Stalingrad.

Kirkorov performed David Tukhmanov’s song “I love you, Russia”. The performance took place on February 3 at the Gostiny Dvor in Moscow. This was reported FAN press officer of the great-grandson of Joseph Stalin Vadim Gorzhankin.

“Bedros Kirkorov supported the renaming of Volgograd to Stalingrad, and also, following Stalin’s great-grandson Selim Bensaad, uttered the slogan: “For the Motherland, For Stalin, For Putin!” Gorzhankin said.

The father of the singer Philip Kirkorov attends not the first event dedicated to Stalin. Bensaad presented the artist with his book “Secrets of the Stalin Family”, which he wrote in collaboration with the historian and biographer of their family, Lana Parshina.

Recently, information appeared on the Web that Kirkorov Sr. was hospitalized due to heart problems. Doctors assessed his condition as moderate.


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