Controversial Russian ballerina Anastasia Volochkova is strongly draws attention to the person on the page in Instagram. Recently, the celebrity boasted a cardinal change of image, which for the first time in a long time, went in her favor. So, the actress tried on a pantsuit gold color, completely covered with sequins, but the complement geeky accessory on the head, resembling spires.
“And You already feel the onset of the holiday?🐣 I’m a little unusual way😊 But I try to brighten up the new year’s vanity with joy, positivity, love❤ this and of course my creative projects.“, – shared emotions Volochkova. Followers not passed: “Vitas ?you 👀🙄😳”, “Which hat😁😁😁”, “was Without panties, but with nails in his head is something new. 👏”, “Oh my God 1 photo horror movie can not remember the name there was one such character”, “Well,it’s better than hair slicked dirty.So fervently ))”, “😂😂😂Oh, I can’t. The original headdress. Sucker for the bald head, that you?” “Aguzarova smokes on the sidelines 😂”.
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Earlier “Znayu” talked about the fact that Anastasia held his daughter Ariadne in seventh grade.
Also celebrity decided to run through the temples. The outfit for this dancer chose my way: svyaschenniki and with a deep neckline.
And Volochkova at the end of the summer I remembered that she has a daughter. And a new horse. So she decided to spend time with your friend.
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