Alla Pugacheva and her two children and fifth husband, comedian Maxim Galkin, left Russia at the beginning of a special operation in Ukraine. Now they need to somehow settle in a new place – in Israel.
“My dear wife is retired, I need a lot of money,” Maxim joked during the last (it is unlikely he will be allowed there now) concert in the Kremlin. At that time, of course, he did not think that life would turn out that way and he would have to leave the country.
But what do a singer and a comedian live on in Israel? As you know, Alla Borisovna, having the title of People’s Artist of the USSR, receives a pension of about 55 thousand rubles a month. And this is taking into account the surcharges of the mayor of Moscow for the title of People’s Artist of the USSR and several thousand rubles, given to the singer as the liquidator of the Chernobyl accident.
You won’t last long for such money. Moreover, life in Israel is expensive – for only one villa of 650 “squares”, according to experts, Alla Pugacheva pays at least a million rubles a month.
Where to get them? After all, her husband’s concerts in Russia are endlessly canceled. Now all hope is on Galkin’s tour of the Promised Land in June.
But, according to locals, Pugacheva has allegedly been asked several times to give private music lessons. Moreover, she already has such experience – in her youth she underwent an internship as a music and singing teacher at a Moscow high school № 621. The future Diva worked there for six months: from September 1968 to January 1969. Now the singer does not respond to requests from those who want to take private music lessons from her …