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Natalia Vodianova Invites to Play Football in Underwear
31.05.2012 11:49
Natalia Vodianova Invites to Play Football in Underwear
Natalya Vodianova in Etam underwear

Russian supermodel Natalia Vodianova has undressed for a charity football game and plans to play against the Russian government.

       The charity match "Play4Life" will take place at Moscow’s Luzhniki stadium, on June 1. As a part of the Vodianova's "Naked Heart" foundation, it is aimed to raise awareness of the problems faced by people with disabilities and their rights.

      To attract more attention to the event, Natalia Vodianova posted photographs of herself playing with a ball, while wearing football boots with a bra and panties only. The images can be found on her Facebook page. The photo session is also a part of PR company for an underwear brand Etam.

      Vodianova also plans to head a football team and to play against the team of the Russian Government members. "Guys, if you are in Moscow this Friday, please join us for a good laugh. I am captain of a football team!” Vodianova wrote on her page. Perhaps luckily, Vodianova’s team is not made up of supermodels, but includes Anzhi striker Samuel Eto’o, Spartak Moscow veteran Vladimir Beschastnyh, Yeltsin’s grandson Boris junior, GQ magazine chief editor Mikhail Ido and others.

      The entrance to the game is free: those wanting to come just submit their name on the event’s website and pick a team to support.

      Natalia Vodianova has been an active philanthropist for many years. Her "The Naked Heart" Foundation started its work in 2004. Russian supermodel knows a lot about children diseases and sufferings, as her own sister has been suffering from cerebral palsy since childhood. 


      

Sources: Lenta.ru RT Play4Life official website Vodianova's Facebook page Image: kurs.ru


Author: Julia Alieva

Tags: Natalia Vodianova Moscow actions Russian celebrities philanthropy Russian fashion 

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