Todorenko and a rapper from Mariupol: Russians named Ukrainian stars who will entertain them on New Year's Eve

Ukrainian traitors will appear on RusTV on New Year's Eve

In December, Russia is traditionally preparing to show New Year's programs on television, where pro-Kremlin artists will sing about the "greatness" of the terrorist country and entertain Russians on the night of December 31-January 1. As it became known, Ukrainian traitors were also invited to participate in some shows.

Natives of an independent state will share the stage with the terrorist regime's accomplices, who openly call for genocide, for bloody rubles. RosMedia found out which of the traitors agreed to this offer.

The day before, they were filming a New Year's special for the pro-government NTV channel. Russians will see off the old year with a special edition of New Year's Mask. Filming of New Year's Eve on Channel One is also underway.

The first show will feature Regina Todorenko from Odesa, who works and lives in Russia with her husband and children, ignoring the war.

Anchor ignores the war in Ukraine

In addition, Akim Apachev, a native of the now-occupied Mariupol, rapper and military commander, was invited to the TV program. He became famous for his disgusting song "Plyve Kacha" at Azovstal, where he called Ukrainian defenders "demons."

Apachev invited to RosTV

On December 31, TNT will also show the movie Ivan Vasilyevich Changes Everything, starring Anna Asti, a star from Cherkasy. The Ukrainian will be performing for the Russians at a club at that time.

Anna Asti will perform for Russians

Earlier, OBOZ.UA wrote that Russian singer Alla Pugacheva was interrogated at customs in the Pskov region when she returned home in early November 2023. Photos and details were posted online.

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