Diesel Show, which announced his return to the stage, found a replacement for the tragically deceased Queen of humor Marina Poplavskaya. Although in the hearts of comedians is still a bright memory about the main star of the TV show, and the audience continues to cry after seeing the footage from the Marina, cold world of show business makes its own rules and requires new faces. So, during a speech in Kiev “Ukraine Palace” team of the popular project of the country “Diesel Show” surprised viewers by introducing them to a new artist, reports the Politek.
The participants of the show and it was said that to replace Poplavskaya is casting a new actress. Will this replacement is represented on the stage “Palace of Ukraine”, the Belarusian stand-up Marusya Gritsuk is not yet known.
However, the invitation in “Diesel Show” to participate in a number of concerts suggests that maybe it’s “the first touch” Gritsuk as a full member of the Ukrainian comic group.
Marusya was born in Brest (Belarus), graduated from the Brest technical University, was a member of the team of KVN BGU. At different times led the program “Our Morning”, “Krainy Talent”, “of Parents in the school.” “Wait for me” at the Minsk TV channel ONT. The actress is a happy wife and mother of four sons.
In the Kiev concerts “Diesel Show” on 26 and 27 February Marusya played in multiple rooms.
“We want to do new concerts even brighter and more varied: we invite actors who are working on topical jokes and musical performances. Will wait for the response of the viewer about Marusya in “Diesel Show”! But we can see the invited the actress greeted warmly, because Mary is a great actress and positive people,” — said the artistic Director of the “Diesel Studio” Egor Krutogolov.
Earlier, we wrote that the Actress “Diesel show” Yana Glushchenko spoke about the difficult recovery: “still going through this horror.”
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