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3 of January, 07:24

Russian singer Glukoza knows no words of her songs
On the New Year`s Eve Russian singers Iraklii and Glukoza decided to visit children`s home and organize large holiday for orphanages.

They bought 2 lorries with toys. Producer of musicians Max Fadeev laid down the only condition - the singers were prohibited to sing. The fact of appearance of popular stars became a real holiday for children of near-Moscow children`s home N39.

Iraklii and Natasha presented children toys, CDs and posters with autographs. Then inmates of children`s home begged artists to sing.

Iraklii Pirtskhalava took the guitar and performed his hits. Then it was turn for Natasha Ionova (Glukoza). It is not a secret that Natasha Ionova - pretty girl, who just opens the mouth on stage. The computer, putting electronic sounds on her voice, actually sings for Glukoza.

Glukoza hardly performed the song "Nevesta", floundering and blushing. Then she tried to sing new hit "Yura", but couldn`t remember the words. Finally she had to admit that can`t sing without phonogram.

"I think children didn`t pay much attention to that fact, - said worker of children`s home Valentina Alexandrovna. - But educators were unpleasantly surprised".

On the way home Glukoza sort out relationships with Iraklii. The latter was terrified.

"How could I know that you can not sing at all", - replied Iraklii. In office Max Fadeev rebuked both singers sharply for initiative.

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