The final episode of the second season of "Rachkov's Forbidden Show" immersed NOVA viewers in the magic of Bulgarian folklore. The stage of the show became the National Fair "Gorublyane" 2021 and the favorite host Dimitar Rachkov welcomed some of the most prominent performers of folk dances and songs that have glorified our country around the world.
"Rachkov's Forbidden Show" is the first TV show that managed to bring together the most representative folk ensembles in Bulgaria - "Philip Kutev", "Pirin" and "Trakia". They presented dances from different folklore regions - Thracian, Rhodope and Macedonian. And the performance of the people "Mystery of the Bulgarian Voices" brought tears to the eyes of the audience in the studio.
Singer Nelly Petkova celebrated her birthday on the stage of Rachkov's Forbidden Show. After the special surprise that Rachkov had prepared for her, she was really excited by the video greeting of the actor Viktor Kalev. "I am very grateful to be here today. I am very lucky because I have the opportunity to constantly make my dream of singing come true. It's a very strong emotion and a wonderful gift to celebrate in front of an audience, "said Nelly. She admitted her love for folk music: “Bulgarian folklore is unique. There is magic in it. Whenever I sang folk songs in front of foreigners, they were left speechless. You don't need to understand the text to feel this vibration. "
Sevdalina and Valentin Spasovi told in the show how their famous song "Sine, sine" was created and shared the secret of a happy and long family life. Slavka Kalcheva congratulated the viewers of NOVA with 2 performances.
The presenter tested his skills in the Rhodope dialects with the chairwoman of the Smolyan club "Zevzek" - Veselina Babadjankova, who told and clearly showed the art of making people laugh. The modern sound of folklore was presented by the ethno-formation "Trigaida", and the Nigerian Stephen Achikor, known to the audience for his participation in X-Factor.