Popular Ukrainian singer Ani Lorak, which has long moved to live in Russia, often pleases fans of bright photos in his Instagram. This time the star showed the audience excerpts from a new video that will present. It is known that the next video for the song “I would fly” for Lorak is not the first time filmed the famous Ukrainian clipmaker Alan Badoev, who was one of the first presenters of the show “heads and Tails” with his ex-wife Jeanne.
On the video, which showed the singer can be seen in at least three different images, but all light, even the beach. By the way the video clip was also held in an unusual place, which resembles a white desert or the white cliffs, and maybe a beach like this. Lorac also appears in frames in bright outfits. In the caption to the photo, the star wrote: “Soon… #was abilitata @alanbadoev”. Fans are excited and already very intrigued. Now all speculated what it would be for a clip, and some just write kind words to the singer.
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