Desi Stoyanova proved to be irreplaceable in BTV. Although she has already started her own business, she will continue to work in “Before noon”, it became clear a few days ago. The reason for this is that for months the television could not find another presenter who could fully replace her.
Already in mid-June, Desi Stoyanova officially announced on BTV that she was starting her own business. She will train managers, employees and ordinary people who can pay her how to speak persuasively and present themselves in an appropriate light in the media. It is logical to believe that the star communicated her intentions to her television bosses long before announcing them on air, so the search for her replacement in “Before Noon” should have started a long time ago, writes “Weekend”.
It turned out to be extremely difficult to find another presenter at the level of Desi Stoyanova. Sasho Kadiev’s partner is a rare example of a woman who is equally successful in all possible aspects – she is extremely smart, hardworking, disciplined, has been living with the same man for more than 20 years and has never been heard of cheating on him, takes care for her children, and she is flawless in appearance. Desi is among the few media personalities in our country who have nothing to criticize, except, perhaps, that she is a bit annoying with her eternal jokes about the lateness of her partner Sasho Kadiev.
As expected, BBC did not manage to find a good enough alternative for a new presenter. All sorts of Desi’s female colleagues vie for the position, but none of them can boast of such a complex of qualities, combined with a good image and public approval. Fortunately, since the star’s business is still in its infancy, she has agreed to stay on at the “Before Noon” job, leaving training for her free time.
She may be absent from the studio from time to time if she is busy with a very important client, but in general things from the new season remain as before. Desi and Sasho continue to be an on-screen couple. However, how long it will be like this is not clear. So far, Stoyanova’s business is going very well. She has already conducted trainings for some employees from the top of large native companies. Some of them have even left positive feedback on her courses on her official website.
Group trainings are also planned in September and October, tickets for which are also selling very well. If the presenter’s business continues to develop at the same pace, soon she will hardly be able to combine it with television and will have to choose one of the two jobs.