Olga Orlova (singer)

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Olga Orlova
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Olga Orlova ODRI on show as part of Fashion Week in Moscow. year 2013.
Born Olga Yrevna Nosova
(1977-11-13) 13 November 1977 (age 39)
Moscow, RSFSR, Soviet Union
Occupation Singer, Film actress
Years active 1991-present
Website http://olgaorlova.ru/

Olga George Orlova (Russian: Ольга Юрьевна Орлова; born on 13 November 1977) is a Russian pop singer, actress, songwriter. She was the founder and lead singer of the pop-group «Blestyashchie», from 1995 until 2000. The pop-group «Velvet Music» 2015–present.


Olga Nosova-Orlova was born in Moscow. She finished a course in economics at the Moscow Economic-Statistical Institute. In 1995 she was the first girl who entered in the competition for new Russian female pop-group.

Orlova's debut took place in the first group video «There, only there». Orlova was not just the lead singer in the group, but is also the author of many of the songs, "Where you, where?", "Chao, Bambina!" and many others with which the «Blestyashchie» has gained large popularity.[1] After a break in 2000, in Orlova began her solo career in 2001.

In November 2002, Olga went to participate in the third season of the reality show of the Channel One "Last Hero 3".[1] In March 2009, Olga became a member of "Two Stars" music show the first channel. Mate Olga was an actor Dmitry Kharatyan.

She had a leading role in the movie "The Golden Age" (2003).

Olga Orlova singer.



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