Singer Yulia Samoylova, who represented Russia at the “Eurovision-2018” has shared details about participation in the show “factor a” and quarrels with Alla Pugacheva.
So, the artist in the YouTube show “Look, tell me!” admitted that “Factor A”, to her there was no special relationship.
“Alla is also with me swore up and tears brought me. Hard screaming – what’s wrong sing, why you sing, it should be different. Well, it was different,” commented Samoylova tantrums of the prima Donna in rehearsals.
According to the girl, she got first place and I’m sure an unbiased attitude.
By the way, the patronage Pugacheva brings Samoilova income. Alla bought the singer one of the songs and gave it to her daughter Kristina Orbakaite.
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We will remind that Maxim Galkin recently posted a photo of his wife Alla Pugacheva around children, twins Harry and Lisa.
As reported by the portal Znayu singer Kristina Orbakaite decided to show a nice archival photo with her mother – Alla Pugacheva.
The portal also Znayu wrote that Maxim Galkin has posted a video in which his children, twins Harry and Lisa run around the house in costumes which are usually worn on Halloween.
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