Snow Queen Sobs Over Cancelled Valentines Day Concert

Story By: Anastasia Smirnova, Sub Editor: Joseph Golder, Agency: Central European News

Video Credit: CEN

This is the moment a stunning pop star sobs on camera because she was forced to cancel her Valentine’s Day concert after falling ill from prancing around in the snow while wearing skimpy swimwear.

Olga Buzova, the former WAG of Russian footballer Dmitri Tarasov, has reportedly been told to stay in bed by doctors after falling ill and requiring hospital treatment.

Two weeks ago, the pop star was hospitalised after taking part in raunchy photo shoot at a freezing alpine resort while wearing nothing but a skimpy swimsuit.

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Picture Credits: CEN/@buzova86

She recently shared a touching video for her huge army of 14.8 million Instagram followers where she apologised for cancelling the show in the city of Tver in the north-western Russian region of Tver Oblast.

The 33-year-old was due to perform in front of a sell-out crowd on Valentine’s Day.

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Picture Credits: CEN & CEN/@buzova86

Buzova said: “Unfortunately, the concert that was supposed to take place in Tver on 14th February will have to be re-scheduled for 22nd March.

“Doctors will not allow me to perform, I need more time to recover.”

She confirmed that all sold tickets can be used in March and apologised to her fans in the teary video message.

Buzova said: “I am so sorry, I wanted to meet you all and celebrate this big day. Sometimes things do not turn out the way you expect them to.”

She was joined by her mother Irina, who came to visit her daughter from Russia’s second city of St Petersburg.

The pop star shared a touching photo from her hospital bed, saying: “You want to save your parents from worrying too much, but they still find out and worry for you. Every time I am next to my mum, I feel like a little girl.”

Netizen ‘Katarinavays’ said: “Get well soon.”

‘FSnezhnaya’ added: “She has been ill a lot lately, seems that her immune system must be very low.”

Anastasia Smirnova

I am a senior writer and correspondent with several years experience working as a contributor for various publications.

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