Latvian singer Laima Vaikule received the “Golden gramophone” for the contribution to development of Russian show business. Contributed to this cooperation the festival “lime. Rendezvous. Jurmala” with the “Russian radio”.
Laima Vaikule was very happy reward, as the singer is already two years did not go to the stage of the Kremlin Palace. On the main stage of Russia’s Baltic artist sang the new hit “Mumu”. Before the scientist had lunch with a longtime friend Alla Pugacheva.
Laima Vaikule, screenshot: You Tube
“We are just intelligent sat. Ate sushi. But alcohol was not – we with Alla not drink. Never. The New year is coming. But, you say, how you meet it, so spend it then. So we now lead a healthy lifestyle.” Laima Vaikule
To tell more details Vaikule refused. The artist prefers to speak about creativity, not personal. Last summer, she and Alla Borisovna has spent many an hour together in Jurmala. At limes there own house, and Diva for many years leases a luxurious mansion, where families.
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Vajkule, Pugacheva and Galkin, photo: Instagram
Vajkule has admitted that full swing preparing for “Rendezvous-2020” and she has a lot of plans and ideas. The festival will be held from 24 to 26 July 2020 in the concert hall “Dzintari”. And on March 1, lime will give a solo concert in the Kremlin.
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