On the days of the famous Soviet and Russian singer and actress Natalia Vetlitskaya first appeared on stage after a 25-year vacation. And it happened at a concert in the Crocus, which was timed to the 50th anniversary of the least-known of Dmitry Malikov.
It is reported by telegram channel Super.ru.
As noted, earlier, the singer promised that soon will take the stage, and did not disappoint fans. Therefore, occurred at the concert in Crocus on Dmitry Malikov, where, and invited her as a guest.
Although a celebrity and sang “under the plywood”, it did not prevent the audience to enjoy and sing along famous lyrics: “the Light far away with you now don’t divide us”. It is worth noting that came on the scene, the actress with short hair and a shiny brown dress with a wide black belt.
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