Singer Ani Lorak made in Kiev. Cried on stage and received an ovation.
Carolina visited the capital on November 29 for shooting in the new year concert of TV channel inter “the Main tree of the country” which will show December 31. It was held in the National Opera of Ukraine, writes KP.
For the evening the actress was replaced by two images. She came on stage in a black dress with sequins and a thigh-high slit and dress in 80s style green blouse with broad shoulders and high-waisted shorts. Ani Lorak performed the song “I would fly” and “We are broken” from the new album “follow the dream”, after which hall gave her a standing ovation for several minutes.
“Thank you, my favorite! Be happy, be loved, let the New year fulfill all your fondest desires. Happy New year!, — she said, wiping tears Carolina.
Not less than warm welcome staged Svetlana Loboda, Monatik, Taisiya Povaly and Sofia Rotaru. The last the audience listened standing up and accompanied the cries of “Bravo!”.
A similar reaction to the speech Lorak was in November 2017. Then the singer was a special guest at the concert “FREEDOM BALLET for 15 years” in the Palace “Ukraine”, dedicated to the anniversary of the dance team. Her name was not stated on the Billboard, and the audience, not expecting to see the actress on the stage gave her a standing ovation.
Ani Lorak did not give solo concerts in Ukraine for more than five years. Her last performances with the show took place on 26 and 27 November 2014 in the Palace “Ukraine”. Then they tried to disrupt activists who pelted the building with stones. So as not to expose fans of danger, the artist decided not to tour in Ukraine, however, often performs at private events and starred in Christmas programs of TV channel “inter”.
Maria Batterburyis a general assignment reporter at the Saxon. She has covered sports, entertainment and many other beats in her journalism career, and has lived in Manhattan for more than 8 years. Vivian has appeared periodically on national television shows and has been published in (among others) NPR, Politico, The Atlantic, Harper’s, Wired.com, Vice and Salon.com..