Known Ukrainian TV presenter and singer, the wife of popular singer Vlad Topalov, Regina Todorenko, who now lives and works in Moscow, it remains a very disturbing statement about the fight with Natalia Mogilev.
So, in a recent interview with the star of “heads and tails” frankly admitted that the conflict with the famous singer happened when Todorenko decided to leave the band REAL o
Regina todorenko and Natalia Mogilev, Instagram
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“I thought that the case goes to court. And at some point I just said I can’t. And health left. A month and a half I was in the sanatorium. And I had to provide proof that all my pictures. Here’s statement from doctors. To believe that such is”, – says Regina.
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According to star, they were afraid to interfere with Mogilev at social events: “She has not spoken to me for six years! I haven’t tried. I was very afraid at first to overlap on some events. As soon as I saw it, I was shaking”.
We will remind, Todorenko conquered Odessa legs in extra-mini, nikitiuk I couldn’t resist.
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