Ukrainian singer Olya Polyakova gave an interview to journalist Dmitry Gordon. The artist spoke about his early career, his childhood and even confessed to spicy things.
In particular, Polyakova told about her weak character traits – the singer does not know how to answer to men. She said that if at the time she had the courage, she long ago would have become a participant of the popular Ukrainian band. The name of the group superblondinka not named, but the hints gave it to understand that we are talking about a group of “Eurovision”.
Polyakov also said that in 17 years one of the main producers put her on his knee and proposed to participate in this group. However, the singer decided to refuse and left the school.
In an interview with Olga admitted, how much does her daughter. The actress said that her Mary quite successfully promoting your personal page in Instagram is it is. It brings him a good income. At the moment, the daughter Polyakova is actively advertising in the segment of swimwear and designer clothes.
As recognized by Polyakov, first, Mary, like all users of Instagram, faced with a large number haters, which condemned its activities. At times, this translated into an outright mockery.
Olya Polyakova admitted that he is immensely proud of her daughter and wishes her great achievements in endeavours.
We will remind, Polyakova told how she ended up in an unpleasant episode with the Russian singer Nikolai Baskov.
As reported by the portal Znayu Polyakova boasted voice talented daughter
Also Znayu wrote, Olya Polyakova, together with Lesia Nikityuk took part in the show designer Andre tan
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