As you know, the popular Ukrainian singer DZIDZIO, aka Michael Homa, will appear on the screens of viewers in a new role, namely the role of the protagonist of the Comedy series “Frostbitten”.
About their experiences filming the first series Mikhail Khoma told in the Studio “Sedanka z 1+1”.
So, for the leading of Barbir Ludmila and Ruslan Senichkin musician brought symbolic gifts from the 90s, namely Tetris, Tamagotchi, music player and a toy spring rainbow, as its main character “froze” in the distant ‘ 90s, and woke up in modern time.
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The singer told how he was preparing for a shoot and where you were inspired by “the atmosphere of the 90s”.
“I love spostarti people and potim perenesite palacina screen. The fact dostatno meni Bulo fact dowu scho I sapam ATV s Unost. I respawn scho on kinets 90-Kh rokiv, if wcisa, I year hour lived in pots. I wcisa CIV and sdiv to the city: do nich z n ethnic on Saturdays I sleep to Lviv, and z nedl on ponedilok – detergents from Lviv to Kyiv. Year hour – TSE Bula normal school life. I zdiv I sovsem not in the compartment, and typical plackart. There I I nukuheva rskogo from susd on the car”, – shared memories of the actor.
We will remind that the soloist of the popular Ukrainian pop group DZIDZIO Mikhail Khoma openly admitted that he recently had to endure a terrible time in life.
As reported by the portal Znaia the leader popular Ukrainian band DZIDZIO Mikhail Khoma told a story from his childhood.
The portal also Znayu wrote that Olga Polyakova put a joint frame with his good friend, by Mikhail Khoma, better known as Jiji, tenderly congratulating him on his birthday.
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