While the rest of the world talks about Susan Boyle in Russia they have their own talents from Ukraine. Here are three of the most popular ones. The first guy from the video above... well he is not a guy if to be honest, it's a Russian girl, her name is Alice. She got rejected fast but it was ok for her. Listen now. The second girl is real Russian girl and noway a
guy. Nevertheless she got rejected too, but she argued with this decision. She was a big fun for Russians too. And now a real guy, not gal. He is a cop, from Ukraine, he is the only one who spoke Ukranian but not Russian, also there was only a one guy from judges who could spoke Ukrainian - others spoke Russian. And you say Ukrane.
This video footage is a social ad being aired in Russia. It's main idea that Internet helps unwanted entities to affect one's children. All the incoming heroes of the video ask if the woman's children are at home, and the come inside visiting them, except the last man. He asks "Is your small Anny at home?", then Anny appears with a bunny and he wonders "If that's your little bunny?", Anny nods, and then he says "Come on I'll show
you the real bunny" and they leave together. Then man's voice asks "In real life you could protect your children, why don't you want to do this on Internet?". They say the video might prepare masses for some censorship measures. Who knows, but the video itself seems to be kind of controversial. Update: And this is the version from Ukraine, devoted to the same task of privacy protection:
That's probably the most creative TV ad they had on
the ex-USSR in 2008. In Ukraine, particularly.
Some people ask - can you show some examples of Russian TV? So we would publish now regularly some stuff from Russian TV, like this one excerpt taken from the main Russian TV channel "The First Channel".
It's a whole tradition to keep this channel as number one at all TV-remotes in Russian families, just because twenty-some years ago it was an only channel aired in some parts of Russia.
Russian TV Show - video powered by Metacafe This is an except from Russian TV Show. Some think it's fake, I also think it looks more faked than real. But it's
being broadcasted for all 140 million population of Russia without any statement that it's real so most of TV viewers thought such things are real.