Yerlan Bainazarov and Maria Kondratenko, photo YouTube
One of the most brilliant performances in the 8th edition of the “Voice of the country” was the “battle” between the taxi driver from Kazakhstan and actress from the TV series “School”. This performance literally blew up the hall crying, and the coaches and the audience.
Sunday, March 8, was the eighth edition of the 10th season of “the Voice of the country”, he was dedicated to the “vocal combat”, and as a result some retired participants “moved” to the other judges of the project. So it was with singers from the team of Potap and Nastya Kamenskih – in the “battle” between the taxis from Almaty Yerlan Bainazarov and actress from the TV series “School” Maria Kondratenko. They sang the famous song of Monetica “Strong”.
The participants “vocal battle” has been so tenderly and sensually to sing that tears appeared not only Kamensky, Carol and the audience, but in the Dmitry Montika. Many noted that the participants vocal battle slipped a real spark. On the scene came to them, and Dmitri, who sang the song with them. In the end, the fight in the show was continued by both parties – PTP and NK chose Erlan, and MONATIK “kidnapped” Mary.
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