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Наташа Королева

Natalia Vladimirovna Porivay (Russian: Наталия Владимировна Порывай; Ukrainian: Наталія Володимирівна Порiвай) (b. May 31, 1973), well-known as Natasha Koroleva (Russian: Наташа Королёва), is a Russian singer.

First Steps

Koroleva was born in Kiev. She made her first performance in 1976, at the age of three, singing "The cruiser Aurora" at the annual congress of the Komsomol. In 1985, at the age of 12, Koroleva wrote several songs including "World without miracles" and "Where went the circus", becoming very popular in her country. In 1987, Koroleva won the "Golden Kamerton" music prize. From 1988 to 1991 she studied vocal performance at the Kyiv-pop circus school.

Koroleva made her first international tour, to the United States, in 1989. Shortly thereafter she moved to Moscow. She participated in many competitions and television broadcasts, among them "Christmas meeting" and "Morning Mail". In 1990 she recorded the song "Yellow tulips", which launched her to success within the USSR and internationally. It reached the finals of the "Song of the Year" festival. In 1992, she had her first tour which took place in Russia with the final concerts in the "Olympic" with the songs from the album "Dolphin and Mermaid", in 1993 - tour in Israel, in 1994 - tour in Germany and in 1997 - in the USA (New York).

On the big stage

Between 1990-1997 the singer made 12 video clips on TV: "Yellow Tulips" (directed by M. Mogilevskaya, 1990), "First Kiss" (directed by I. Pesotsky), "Under the summer rain" (director V. Vladimirov), "Why the love dies" (director I. Pesotsky), "Kiev boy" (director I. Pesotsky, 1993), "Sunflowers" (D. Fix, 1995), "Is it me?" (D. Fix), "Small Country" (O. Gusev), "The man with bellows" (D. Fix, 1996), "Do not die" (G. Gavrilov), "Summer castanets" (I. Nikolayev, 1997), "Diamonds of Tears" (O. Bazhenov). Took part in the round, "Vote or lose" (1996) in support of re-election to a second term president of Russia Boris Yeltsin.

After her divorce with Igor Nikolayev, she released the albums: "Fragments of the past", "Heart", "Believe or not", "Paradise where are you". Acted as a moderator for various programs and concerts. Took part in the TV project "Dancing with the Stars" in Russia and Ukraine - her statement varied emotional expressiveness, high skill. Each appearance on the stage seemed unexpected and unique! She once again proved all her special abilities. Natasha took part in the project "Two stars" and was the most beautiful and interesting complement to this project. All the artists were very predictable and banal - while these epithets are not suitable for Natasha and her partner on the project, a part-time fine husband - Sergey Glushko (well-known as Tarzan). It should be noted that Natasha was in the movies - in "Recipe witch" she played many roles in many series, and also the main role in the film "The cheerful family 2", which went on Ukrainian TV. The fact that the talented person is talented in everything, is also about Natasha. She took up jewelry design skills in industry and in May 2008 submitted a jewelry collection called "Daughters-Mothers". In March 2009 she presented the novel "Male striptease".







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