Gradsky's colleagues talked about the musician's arrival to record “The Voice” on a stretcher

A source from Starhit: Gradsky was sometimes given droppers right in the studio of the Voice show

Colleagues of People's Artist of Russia, singer and composer Alexander Gradsky, who died on November 28, told about the last days of the musician. According to a Starhit source from the set, Gradsky continued to work in the Voice show, despite feeling unwell.

The source said that during the recording of the latest programs of the show, the singer came on a mobile stretcher, accompanied by doctors. p>

“Then they were transplanted into a red chair, filmed the release, put it back on a stretcher, and sometimes they started to put IVs right in the studio,” he explained and added that Gradsky, in addition to his poor physical condition and painful appearance, had problems with a speech.

At the same time, a colleague of the musician noted that the artist never gave himself indulgence while working. “He actively commented on the speeches, gave recommendations, praised, scolded,” he said and clarified that during the editing many of his remarks had to be cut out, as Gradsky spoke from time to time not quite clearly.

According to Starhit's interlocutor, the reason This state of the mentor was not disclosed to the majority of those present at the Golos show.

On November 26, 72-year-old Alexander Gradsky was hospitalized with a stroke. On the night of Sunday, November 28, he died without regaining consciousness. The cause of death of the People's Artist was a cerebral infarction.