Scandalous Ukrainian singer Svetlana Loboda, who now lives and works in Russia, is very actively engaged in your account in Instagram. Recently, the celebrity has exposed bold photos, posing in one of the “alien” images from the new video for the hit “New Rome”, which was directed by Alan Badoev. So, the actress tried on leather pants, a black bra and bright pink coat, which is very similar to one of the iconic outfits till Lindemann, lit up a slim figure and abs of steel. It should be noted that Svetlana attribute the novel with the lead singer of Rammstein, as well as General child – year-old daughter Tilda.
“Favorite onion😉 #Novyim”, – shared his emotions Loboda. Followers immediately understood: “Thiel shared,not otherwise😆”, “Frilly! The impression is that all the poses over,” “Coat Tilke lent?”, “Something a lot of similarity with the Till)”, “Vauuu, what a beauty💥❤ this🔥”, “Wow💥Beauty💋Coat super 💎 Figure fire 🔥 love♥ this♥ this♥ this”, “Favorite onion til🤣🔥”, “This foreign word – the onion. Onions and there are onions. It would be better to write image👌”, “You’re sexy”, “something was hot😅 turn Off the fire mode, please🔥,” “Oh,what a passion!!❤I❤this”.
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