Artist Studio “Kvartal 95” Elena Kravetz took part in the filming of the show a New channel “Kids against stars”. It is known that she has three children and admits that even before their birth she had a love of order.
“In childhood in terms of cleaning I could give any adult, – said the actress on the set of the show New channel “Children against the stars.” – Somewhere in the 5-6 class, I had a passion for purity, still can not overcome. When I didn’t know where to put things, carried them to the pantry. If dad couldn’t find his belt, tie, and mom didn’t know where her scarf, it was necessary to look for it all in the pantry. So my house was perfect cleanliness and minimalism. To hide the “evidence” is my line. When mom left for work, I didn’t have to tell me to put things in order in the house. In my understanding of cleaning is to put all the things, dusting, sweep the carpets. When did all this and it seemed to me that the house fresh and clean”.
In the new episode, Elena will be competing with 10-year-old Dima Proskury in the game “jenga”.
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“I just remember from your childhood: when you give, you very clearly feel it, and, then, radically changed the rules of the game, – confessed Elena Kravets. – Then you see no point in competing, because you know in advance that you will win. But to win an adult really is cool.”
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