Popular Ukrainian singer Svetlana Loboda, which for many years living and building a career in Russia, often pleases the audience with colourful publications in its Instagram. This time the star a bit puzzled the audience with a new post – she posted an old video where you can see a strange dance. It turned out that this video was filmed 16 years ago when Svetlana was 21 and it was during the casting for “VIA gra”, where she started her career.
In the video you can see a dance hall with mirrored walls, dance in which four girls, including Svetlana. Her dark green trousers and a black t-shirt and on the feet of fashion while boots with pointed toes heels. Loboda, as seen in the video, moving much more of their rivals, at some point it seems that she went into convulsions. At the end of the video she is being interviewed, where she says, “Loboda Svetlana, 21 years of age”. I must say that the fans have reacted violently to such publication stars and began to actively discuss it in the comments.
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