A 14-year-old from Nizhny Novgorod quail Mia Boyka in a show on Channel One


14-year-old Elizaveta Burlakova from the village of Reshetikha, Nizhny Novgorod region, defeated the singer Mia Boyka (Maria Boyko) in the show “Sing a Star” (12+) on Channel One. The new episode of the program aired on November 19.

The schoolgirl shared that in her free time from school she helps her grandmother with housework. It was she who brought the young Nizhny Novgorod resident to the cultural center, where she attends dance and vocal lessons.

On stage, Elizaveta performed Polina Gagarina’s song “No More Drama.” During the second verse, Mia Boyka joined her.

The jury members highly appreciated the schoolgirl’s talent. For example, actress and TV presenter Larisa Guzeeva said that the song is ideal for the girl’s age.

You have a direct path to the stage! Wonderful, wonderful,” she added.

In turn, Mia Boyka admitted: it seemed to her that the singer was going on stage to Gagarina herself.

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Elizabeth burst into tears with excitement, after which she received great support from the show’s viewers. The young Nizhny Novgorod team reached the finals.

Let us remind you that another Nizhny Novgorod resident, Olga Tsyganova from Lukoyanov, also took part in the show “Repeal the Star”. She managed to sing together with the artist Sergei Minaev. Later, the woman told Open Nizhny what it was like to participate in the filming of the program.

By the way, Russian singer Nikolai Baskov supported singer from Nizhny Novgorod Natalia Ivanova. The artist reposted her new track on his social network page.


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Photo: show “Binge the Star”, 1tv.ru

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