Eks-soloists of group “SMASH!!” finally reconciled.
Sergey Lazarev and Vlad Topalov met in childhood, when both sang in the famous children’s musical group “fidget”. In 2001 it was decided to create a group of “SMASH!!”, in which two nice young men became soloists. They recorded the main song from the musical “Notre Dame de Paris”, which immediately “flashed” on all the hit parades of the country. In 2002, the band won the contest “New Wave”, which took place in Jurmala.
Their duet was one of the most popular in the country. Millions of girls were draped the walls with their portraits and posters, and the main dispute between them was who is prettier: Vlad or Sergei. Their songs became hits, and they become real stars.
But, alas, the group did not last long, less than 4 years. In 2005 Sergey Lazarev left the “SMASH!!”, and the team ceased to exist. And Topalov Lazarev stopped to chat, although I had friends and I are not BFFs.
What happened between the two singers, the boys kept secret. No one has told their quarrel did not comment, although the conflict was obvious: they tried not to overlap at concerts, and at the meeting, or not said Hello or nodded coldly to each other and passed by, without even a routine “How are you?”.
The ice began to thaw only in the past year. Both singers grew up and was able to forget past grievances. Topalov on the show “the Secret million dollar” said Lera Kudryavtseva, what was the cause of their disorder. It turns out that Vlad had a drug problem, and on this background, he described the decision of Sergei start a solo career as a betrayal.
“We were young and very different, — said Vlad. — About us we can say: he left. We started to get tired from each other as day and night were together.”
Now the “hatchet” buried completely. Sergey and Vlad was found on new year’s holidays, as if nothing had happened. And after get-togethers each wrote in their social networks experience. Both called each other “relatives”.
“So much time has passed, and we still relatives, no matter what!!! — wrote Topalov. — Very good lunch and, as always, laughed and talked!”