Ukraine’s DWTS pro Maksim Chmerkovskiy tells fans he’s safe in a bomb shelter

Dancing With The Stars pro Maksim Chmerkovskiy took shelter from Russia’s attack on Ukraine’s capital Kyiv

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DWTS Maksim Chmerkovskiy tells fans he’s safe in Ukraine

Ukrainian professional Maksim Chmerkovskiy of Dancing With The Stars has assured fans that he is safe after taking shelter during Russia’s attack on the country’s capital, Kyiv.

The dancer took to social media to tell his followers that he was in a parking lot used as a bomb shelter for people fleeing the attack that claimed the lives of more than 200 people. .

Maksim, a pro on the US version of Serious Come Dancing, also shared some insight into what was happening around him by posting videos of explosions in the city and a oil storage on fire.

The flames appeared to be intense, with thick plumes of black smoke rising above the building, about 20 miles south of the capital, Kyiv.

Maksim talks to his fans through Instagram


He shared painful footage of a fire


“A lot of people here that I don’t want to show,” he said in the video.

“I don’t know what I’m doing and I just don’t want to do something I shouldn’t be doing.”

He assured fans he was “safe” but said “Kyiv is under serious attack from what I understand, from what I hear.”

He said he “ran downstairs” to the parking structure with others after a “severe alarm,” and said he would share more information as soon as it was available.

He told fans he was safe in Kyiv


Maksim said he was safe in the bomb shelter


Maksim also shared a glimmer of hope by posting photos of an anti-war protest being held in Los Angeles.

“My friends in Los Angeles are making noise,” he wrote, as he shared pictures of peaceful protesters with a Ukrainian flag in hand.

The dancer demanded: “Continue to fund humanitarian services for innocent people who need your help!”

Earlier this week, Maksim stepped out to prove to his fans that he made it through a night of bombardment unscathed.

He has seen a lot of destruction


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“So the evening went well, but there was a lot of shooting around Kyiv and some surrounding areas,” he said.

“There have been a lot of attempts to get into the city. There have been several air raids.”

“This is real. This is really happening,” he added as he walked past a building that had been attacked.

He previously said that civilians in Kyiv had been placed under a curfew from 5pm to 8am and anyone seen outside during those hours would be considered “vandals”.

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