He told the witness, who cannot be identified, that he had "mad love" for her, saying: "I'm scared, seriously, proper. I'm sorry really from the bottom of my heart." He will be sentenced at the Old Bailey later this week.
) were a Russian music duo that consisted of Julia Volkova and Lena Katina.
The duo established their world success with their debut English-language single "All the Things She Said", which gained acclaim from music journalists and critics. By the end of auditioning, the partners narrowed their search down to ten girls, including the members that finally become t. Both girls stood out among the others, especially because of their appearance and vocal experience, but the producers decided to start with 14-year-old Katina, who sang "It Must Have Been Love" by Roxette.
The video of the single, however, generated controversy worldwide, showing the girls kissing in the rain in school uniforms. Both Julia Volkova and Lena Katina were part of the band, along with members Sergey Lazarev and Vlad Topalov. However, Neposedi denied the claims and said that she came to an age and she had to retire, even if Lena is older than Yulia but retired later. Katina began recording demos, including "Yugoslavia", a protest song about NATO bombing of Yugoslavia.
The duo has released six studio albums; three in Russian and three in English. represented Russia in the 2003 Eurovision Song Contest, performing "Ne Ver', Ne Boysia", finishing in third place. They reunited in late December 2012 for a concert and announced their comeback after their performance in the opening ceremony of the Olympics in Sochi 2014. Thus, in late 1999, 14-year-old Yulia Volkova was added to the group to finish the duo. In a talk before boomers (you can watch it below), Adshade says older women really aren’t disadvantaged on the dating market.The persistent belief is that women are looking for long-term committed relationship and men are looking for short-term sexual relationships.A man who killed a banker with a single punch has been cleared of his murder.Trevor Timon delivered a "powerful" left hook Oliver Dearlove, knocking him unconscious, the jury at London's Old Bailey heard.