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Russian Pop-Singer Vitas Gets into the Guinness Book of Records
31.08.2011 00:24
Russian Pop-Singer Vitas Gets into the Guinness Book of Records
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The Russian branch of the Guinness Book of Records has handed the record certificate to the singer: the army of fans of Vitas is the greatest in the world among Russian celebs. That fact that Vitas has become a living legend in China is beyond any doubts. The nomination Best Foreign Performer 2011 in the version of MTV ASIA, where Vitas became the absolute leader, his appearance in two feature films of the USA - China, his upcoming tour around stadiums of China to start with a grandiose concert for 30-thousand audience on September, 28th in Shanghai, the release of the 6th “platinum” album, and the phenomenal fan-club with over 4 million registered admirers, have provided Vitas a record as per the number of admirers in the world. Source: station.ru


      

 


      


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Russian Pop Music Vitas Guinness Book of Records Show Business  

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