Пелагея Russian Federation


Pelageya, (full name Pelagia Sergeyevna Khanova, born July 14, 1986 in Novosibirsk), is a Russian folk music singer. Pelageya was spotted and promoted by Kalinov Most leader Dmitry Reviakin when she was 9. In 1996 she won the "Morning Star" youth singers competition. Pelagia then moved to Moscow to attend the Russian Academy of Stage Arts. She graduated in 2005. As of 2009, Pelageya has two full-length albums, several singles and compilations. In 2012 was judge in russian version of "The Voice". Official web-site

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