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Vlada Bogdanova

Vlada Bogdanova

Vlada Bogdanova


Vladlena "Vlada" Bogdanova (Владлена "Влада" Богданова) was born in 7 October, 1998 in Siberia but moved to Čunskij, Russia when she was six. Her first performance was at the tv-show Победа (Pobeda, "Victory"). Vlada has been chosen for the national selections for Junior Eurovision Contest twice, first with her song Солнечный луч (Solnechnyy luch, "Sunbeam"). She translated the song and released it again as Four Reasons. Read more on Last.fm
Vladlena "Vlada" Bogdanova (Владлена "Влада" Богданова) was born in 7 October, 1998 in Siberia but moved to Čunskij, Russia when she was six. Her first performance was at the tv-show Победа (Pobeda, "Victory"). Vlada has been chosen for the national selections for Junior Eurovision Contest twice, first with her song Солнечный луч (Solnechnyy luch, "Sunbeam"). She translated the song and released it again as Four Reasons.

The second song to be in the national selection was В двух шагах от мечты (V dvukh shagakh ot mechty, "A stone throw from the dream"). This song also got released in English, named My Time. Vlada practice her singing at MXATe, the Moscow Art Theater. She began vocal lessons at 8 years old. Vladlena has successfully participated in many festivals including Window To Europe, Generation Next and the Grand Prix Five Steps To Olympus. Vlada does the Russian dubs for CeCe on Shake It Up: Made in Japan. Vlada plays tennis, ping-pong and soccer. Her mothers name is Larisa Bogdanova (Лариса Богданова).

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