The former soloist of group “Brilliant” Anna Semenovich, who recently asked their fans help actress Anastasia Zavorotnyuk in the fight against cancer, decided to share a funny incident. So Anna told about the incident,which occurred at the beginning of her career and gave the opportunity to be on the big stage.
According to Anna Semenovich, in those early years the group “Brilliant” invited to an event where the guest was Russian President Vladimir Putin. This became known thanks to the Russian media.
In addition, as the girls sang the song “four seas” and danced on one of the shoes from S. popped open the clasp. She swung her leg, jumped, and shoes flew in Putin.
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“To the President, Shoe, flew, fell at his feet, in the center of the table, where he sat” — said Anna Semenovich.
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According to the singer finished the room it somehow was a little uncomfortable — of course, she wasn’t afraid of sending “four seas”, but still, awkward. Besides to interrupt the speech the girls did not, to apologize for it once. Fortunately, the Shoe of the lame singer returned — did Vladimir Vinokur, who along with Lev Leshchenko was also a member of performances.
We will remind, Irina Bilyk lost the most important person in life: “to be Born and to leave one day…”.
As reported Znayu, anabaena Anastasia Zavorotnyuk on the verge of life and death, the doctors had given up.
Znayu wrote the singer, urgently appealed to the world for Zavorotnyuk: “Pray!”.
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