In Moscow the ceremony of awarding the prize “Golden gramophone 2019”. Among winners appeared the names of Ukrainian artists: Max Barsky, Vera Brezhneva, Ani Lorak and Svetlana Loboda. For award-winning celebrity came on stage personally.
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“Colors of the evening. Beautiful!” – posted by Ani Lorak in Іnstagram.
Ani Lorak came out for a reward in a bright blue velvet suit with a hat. The artist presented two “gramophone” for the song “Dream” and “Crazy”. It is also known that two awards went to Vera Brezhneva. Singer Max Barsky received from the “Russian radio” one statuette for the hit “the Shore”.
To the memory of an important event Ani Lorak in the Kremlin Palace took pictures with Vera Brezhneva, and photos published in social networks on the page in Instagram.
Vera Brezhnev at the ceremony “Golden gramophone” 2019, KP.UA
Closed concert in the Kremlin Palace, Svetlana Loboda. She was awarded a “gramophone” for the song “Instagram”.
Fans unhappy with Ukrainian celebrity on the Russian stage and actively write about it in the comments.
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