Singer of the popular Ukrainian band Freedom Jazz became a mother. Good news, the soloist of the team shared in Facebook.
Freedom Jazz remember Ukrainians with vibrant performance on the final national selection for Eurovision 2019. Even then one of the highlights was the pregnancy of one of the singers Anastasia Malaga.
The girl was not afraid to speak in her 8th month of pregnancy. And so, on Tuesday, April 2, she gave birth to a child. Participants of the team rushed to congratulate their colleague.
“We are so happy! Finally happened a wonderful and joyous event! 2 APR our Anastasia Malaga reproduced the light of a wonderful little Cupid! Which, looking her in the eye, asked, “Mom, we’re going to Eurovision or not?)”, – wrote the singer in a publication.
A little Cupid named because that was the name of the contest song Freedom Jazz in the national selection. Participating staff said that if won, could act at the Eurovision song contest with a child in her arms, giving him the role of a little Cupid with wings.
This is not the first time, when Anastasia stands in the last months of pregnancy. So, in 2014, she performed at a big recital only a week before the birth, but nine months pregnant.
We are so happy!!! 🤗 Finally happened a wonderful and joyous event! 2 APR our Anastasiia Malega…
Geplaatst door Freedom-jazz girls band op Zaterdag 6 april 2019
Earlier it was reported that popular group Freedom Jazz that the national selection for Eurovision 2019 took second place said, why not go on a singing contest is MARUV.
“Well, MARUV chosen people. It was her victory. It is not our place. If we won the national selection, we would be happy to represent Ukraine in the contest. But not like this. We all unanimously decided that no, we’re not going because we the second. It’s not fair,” said gazecki.
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