Popular Ukrainian singer Ani Lorak, who has been living and working in Russia, has pleased fans with a new video for the song “I would fly”. It is known that the Director of the new video was a music video Director Alan Badoev.
A screenshot from a clip of Ani Lorak, YouTube
Fresh clip that caused the fans of the singers a lot of questions size bust Lorak already available on the YouTube channel of the singer. In the comments under the video users said that Lorak already not singing quality songs, and her videos are the same.
“We lost the lorac one that sang really soulful, powerful songs…and the one which was clips unreal bombeznaya…sorry…but still there is hope, Before, though the songs she is with meaning, now I have a cheap redneck. The older, the sluttier. Propaganda whore relationship. This showbiz resembles the sect of the Papuans,” “Love Ani Lorak, but the clips are almost all the same…” – noted in the review.
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Members also drew attention to the prominent breast of the singer. “She is that, again, the chest increased?”, “Turns,” wrote the user under the excerpt from the video in Instagram.
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