Famous Ukrainian singer Alina Grosu, which in the summer is married to Russian businessman Alexander Komkova, often pleases the audience with bright posts in his Instagram. So, this time Alina boasted an interesting publication which is a photo and video simultaneously, it she poses in the company of a dark-haired hunk, who once starred in her videos.
As can be seen, in front of the camera of Alina posing in a restrained black dress interesting style with sheer sleeves lanterns. Her hair is gathered in a beautiful hairstyle, and the face of a light makeup. Grosso is in the arms of a handsome Roman Polyansky, who starred in a few clips of the singer. In the caption to the photo, the actress wrote: “a Wonderful and exciting event from @remymartin. It was nice to be part of it. To me the main character of the trilogy #Gialuronovu and dancer from Dirty Dancing @roman_polianskiy”. Fans delighted with new publications Grosu and covered her with compliments in the comments.
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