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Finale of the show “Singing in the kitchen across the country”: the family of the priest and a 91-year-old grandmother from Bashkiria shared three million rubles

Date: December 3, 2023 Time: 16:27:55

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On the evening of January 15, the most popular and non-pop show in Russia “Singing in the kitchen across the country” ended on the First. In the final episode, the best teams of the season competed for the final prize – 3 million rubles.

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Five teams reached the final stage: the Kulagin family, the Ashchemez ensemble, the Solyakov family, the Yanyshev-Shishkov family and the Dream Sounds team. Each of them has prepared for the public the best compositions, the most “sung”, the performance of which simply gives goosebumps.

Photo: Channel One

The final consisted of three stages: “New Song”, “Leader’s Solo Song”, and “Top Hit”. The number of participants was judged by Natalya Varley, Larisa Rubalskaya, Alexander Mikhailov, Andrey Leonov and Maxim Dunayevsky.

Despite the fact that each team was worthy of victory, it seemed clear from the very beginning that the main competition here would take place only between two teams. The Bashkir Kulagin family (Birsk, Bashkiria), including 91-year-old Valentina Petrovna, who sings joyfully and soulfully, and the humble, vociferous family of father Dionisy Solyakova (the village of Novoye Egoldaevo, Ryazhsky district, Ryazan region ), who already has nine children.

And so it happened. With a brilliant presentation of a number of folk songs to the public and a strict jury, these two teams became the best. It was they who shared three million rubles. Because the referees simply could not deprive one of these teams of victory.

Also, some judges were so moved that they shed a tear and even invited the vocalists to sit together at the table and chat.

“I want to sit alone at the table with you, Valentina Petrovna, to talk heart to heart,” Larisa Rubalskaya admitted.

– Whenever! I am waiting,” the Bashkir grandmother hospitably replied.

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The studio audience clapped on their feet, the referees sobbed, the public on social media admitting there couldn’t have been a more moving and fabulous ending. For once such unanimity can be found among the audience.

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