On the set of the eighth season of the Russian project “the Voice”, which takes place in Moscow was made by the girl from Transcarpathia Renata Stiefel with the song of the Ukrainian “Ridna Mati Moya”.
His performance of the Ukrainian singer won the judges and the project and the audience, causing a stir in the network. Renata Stiefel in the air Russian show “the Voice” on channel one was able to recover all four of the judges chairs.
Live performances by girls in a few days collected almost 400 thousand views on YouTube and more than six thousand likes. The performance of the girls commented and a lot of Russians, keen singing of the talented Ukrainian.
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The song “Ridna my mother”, which she sang Renata Stiefel, was first performed in the movie “Summer young” 1958 performed by Alexander Taranza. Also it was performed by singer Taisiya Povaliy on the stage of the Palace of Ukraine in 2008, which in its Instagram reacted to the statement of the girl. “I am very pleased that the Ukrainian songs fly over the world”, wrote Povaliy comments.
At the end of the four judges who turned their chairs, the Ukrainian chose mentors experienced Konstantin Meladze
“Sincerely say: I was waiting for this voice. If you don’t go with me, just break my heart,” said Meladze, leaving the girl no choice. Konstantin Meladze
Earlier, the “X factor” has announced a national competition for Ukrainians
As reported by the portal “Know.ia”, prikarpate lit on X-factor and became a favorite Polyakova
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