Fashionable Russian performer DimaBilan underwent spontaneous provocations on the anniversary of the International music contest "Eurovision". During the scoring power of our artist in the hall heard the noise and hiss.
DimaBilan arrived in London to the BBC, which will transmit the show in this Friday, April 3, to sing the song Never Let You Go and Believe. After multiple interviews leading European media, rehearsals in the famous Studio of John Henrik and companionship with other favorites of Eurovision from different States, Bilan went to the presentation. There happened an unfortunate conflict.
During the announcement from the scene of the States, the favorites of which came on the birthday of the musical competition, and the main narrative about the situation of participation of each in competition with the word Russia in the hall he heard a noise and sounded a resounding "Boo", reports Super. At this time DimaBilan was preparing to go on stage, behind the scenes.
Note that the situation hastened to smooth the famous British TV presenter Graham Norton. He urged visitors to look at the fact that the anniversary of "Eurovision" is not the same competition and asked to exercise caution. After that, the Russian Federation announced again - already at a more favorable reaction from the audience. Himself booedDimaBilan commented on the unpleasant situation: "I know perfectly well that such episodes is political history. Our country at the moment, hate, distrust, negative. But it seems to me that we should not mix politics and music. I'm glad the audience attending the English show all the same it is realized. And when I sang " I heard the extremely steep applause, the audience sang along. I am extremely grateful to the Europeans for such support!"
By the way, probably also of the Russian Federation "met" in Copenhagen and in early may of last year, where the honor of our country at the contest defended Tolmachevy sisters. To the credit of the young singers, young women bravely withstood the indignation of the public.