The famous Ukrainian showman Serhiy Prytula wrote his response to the statement DJ Pasha from the organizing Committee of Eurovision-2017.
Radio host DJ Pasha noted that Sergei is not good at leading singing competition. According to him, programs that Sergei is on the Ukrainian language, can’t guarantee it’s perfect English at the end of the contest.
Sergey Pritula, in turn, responded on his page on Facebook about what he thinks about the situation.
As told Sergey, any words DJ Pasha can be interpreted as the position of the entire organizing Committee of the competition. Sergey said that on 25 February he filed a statement that it will not conduct the finals and even if she had, he would not have been employed.
February 26 this statement was distributed to the different media, however, already on 27 February, the organizing Committee of the Eurovision song contest has published a press release, which was listed not only three new leading Eurovision, but the fact that Sergey Pritula also participated in the selection contest.
Sergey noted that among the 150 known presenters of Ukraine has allocated only three final and its not even auditioning.
Prytula also added that after this conflict, the media speaker of the Eurovision-2017 Pavel Shilko announced a new version of showman in English so joke can not, as in Ukrainian. Despite the fact that Sergei leads a variety of corporate events in English.
“Now, dear Paul and dear organizing Committee of the Eurovision song contest. Focus your work on the actual competition and otmachine from my humble person. I do not understand why you fill the information environment of their inventions. I think it would be better to just ignore the fact Pritula than a few times to change explain to people why you took me to the contest”, – answered Sergey.
Finally Prytula said sincerely, he did not regret his choice and fully supports the decision of the organizing Committee with regards to the selection of leading, which considers true professionals. Sergey also wished Ukraine another victory.
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