The conversation between Vlad Topalov and Lera Kudryavtseva in the new "Secret for a Million" issue on the NTV channel turned out to be confidential and frank. In a conversation with the TV presenter, the ex-lead singer of the Smash group spoke about drug addiction, career and personal life. So, according to Topalov, for a long time he was offended by Sergey Lazarev when he found out that he had chosen a solo career.
The ex-lead singer of the Smash group also touched on the topic of his personal life. He honestly answered Lera Kudryavtseva's question about why he broke up with the millionaire's daughter without becoming a father. “I hated her dogs. Honestly, I could not stand them. Moreover, we often began to quarrel over all sorts of nonsense. But I never cheated on Ksyusha. They just came back from vacation one day, and I realized that this was all wrong, I was not happy. He himself invited his wife to divorce. At that time, I liked another girl, and I didn’t want Ksyusha to be hurt,”the artist admitted.
Now he is happy in a relationship with a new darling. It is possible that soon the lovers will get married and have children, but Topalov would not want to rush things. After breaking up with his first wife, he hopes to no longer make the same mistakes.
Vlad Topalov on the air of Lera Kudryavtseva's talk show "Secret for a Million" / Photo: frame from the program
“Yes, I'm not free. I am thinking about a wedding, because I really want children. I would like four kids. However, I am afraid that a boy will be born, this is psychological. My relationship with my father was not the best, and I am not sure that I can pass on the wisdom of life to my son. It is very important for me that the current chosen one wants children from me,”Topalov admitted to Kudryavtseva.
Recall that in September 2015, the artist married Ksenia Danilova. The lovers registered their relationship in one of the capital's registry offices and, as a sign of love and devotion to each other, got the same tattoos, but this marriage lasted only a year and a half.