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Saturday, December 3, 2016

“You fucking freaks”: press conference by Jamala opened Lazarev song


Press conference of the winner of “Eurovision” Jamala began in Kiev with embarrassment. In the beginning of the event sounded the song of Sergey Lazarev You Are The Only One (“You’re the only one”), which was a complete surprise to everyone present.


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The organizers of the press conference by Jamala mistakenly included the song Sergey Lazarev, with whom he represented Russia at the Eurovision song contest. The soundtrack sounded at the moment when the singer entered the hall where it was waited by the journalists, reported by “Politnavigator”.

“It is very strange that we begin the press conference with a song Lazarev”, — said PR-Manager of Ukrainian women Dennis Kozlowski.

Some viewers who watched the broadcast of the event on the channel UkrinformTV on YouTube, were extremely indignant at this funny mistake. “UkrinformTV — is the Ukrainian singer in Ukraine, and you put the song Lazarev! This is the bottom! You guys are freaks,” written by Alex Nazarenko, but later deleted my comment.

Jamala herself has not commented on the incident, just smiled when I heard the song of his opponent.

This year’s victory at the Eurovision song contest was won by Ukrainian singer Jamala with a song “1944,” tells the story of the deportation of Crimean Tatars. Second place at the Australian of Korean origin DAMI Im song Sound Of Silence. Russian party Sergey Lazarev took third place, thus winning the viewers ‘ vote.

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