Well-known Ukrainian artist Danilko, who is the image of Verka Serduchka, scored a controversial statement about the Crimea.
Recently Danilko caused a stir with its departure from the popular Ukrainian show “X-Factor”. But then it all came back, explaining the situation in a creative crisis. Recently there are rumors that he will go to represent Ukraine at the international song contest “Eurovision-2020”. Although the artist of this option does not exclude, but this does not represent.
Moreover, he recently recorded a new song called “Make It Rain Champagne” (‘ll Make it rain champagne), which gave a response whose is still the Crimea.
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Just in case, suddenly once again to figure out whose Crimea on Eurovision song is already in principle ready”, – said Danilko.
Note that the “Evening’yer Ekaterina Osadchaya”, the host asked the artist a question, is it possible to return Verka on Eurovision stage as a contestant, she answered that “we live in the land of dreams, in the country as a smartphone, where there can be all sorts of surprises!”, thus hinting that the thought of being there.
Danilko, photo: RBC
Specific and clear answer Danilko is not given, but still said something.
“We live in the land of dreams, in the country as a smartphone, where there can be all sorts of surprises!”, – said Danilko.
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