Popular Ukrainian singer Alina Grosu recently visited Amsterdam, where often showed photos on the social network Instagram. And although she had returned, still continues to post photos from there on the page in the social network, and this time he showed me pictures that were taken at the exhibition of contemporary art in the Dutch capital.
As you can see, the exhibition Alina came in a black Board that hides all the private parts of the body, but accentuates the perfect figure. Her hair is gathered into a high ponytail and the strands fall on the shoulders and on the face of light makeup. In the caption to the photo Grosu asks fans: “still… what do you prefer? Modern art or the eternal undeniable classic?”. Of course such publication was not left without attention of fans, users began to discuss the image of the singer, as well as to answer her question.
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