Georgian TV presenter and businessman, the coach of the most significant project of the country, “she zvazheni schaslivi” on the STB Irakli Makatsaria became a judge of Georgian show “Dances with stars z”, where two years ago he participated and reached the finals.
Earlier, when he participated in the project “the Bachelor” on a date with Alena he was dancing Georgian dance. Even then the audience was able to see that Irakli has dance potential.
After that he was invited to participate in the Georgian version of “Dancing with the stars”. And today will be the first broadcast, where Irakli is the chair judge.
“Today we are opening 9 season of “Dancing with the stars” in Georgia, and I’m going to sit on the jury. This is an important day, and I wish all the participants good luck. I think I it is also useful” – says Irakli.
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Recall that show, “she zvazheni schaslivi” has become a way of life.
As reported Know. ua, star of “the Bachelor,” Makatsaria lit with the designer Zelensky at the party, the women gasped.
Also Know As. ua wrote that the coach “Svajena Malevich” Makatsaria was not only the best “Bachelor.”
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