This year's Russian representative Natalia Podolskaya will be visiting Ukraine and Moldova in order to promote her entry to the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest. Meanwhile a video clip for Nobody hurt no one has been shot and a completely new image has been created for Natalia Podolskaya.
A new image for Natalia Podolskaya
In the brand new video clip of Nobody hurt no one Natalia Podolskaya will appear with a completely new image. Genuine rock musicians will rock together with her. The elaboration of the pop singer's new image lasted several months. All of Natalia's friends and show business maestros, from twin sister Yuliana to producer Joseph Prigozhin, racked their brains over the prospective image of the girl singing about the fight against terrorism.
It was only at the last moment that the singer's friend and stylist Natasha Pilat said, “Natasha should look like Shirley Manson, the leader of 'Garbage'. Like a rocker, but with an elegant touch.” A black top with a cutout back, jeans buttock-clingers and black high-heeled boots perfectly blended with her hot red hair and straight fringe.
Video clip shot in Finland
The shooting of the video clip for Nobody hurt no one was carried out in the Tavastia night club in Finland. The scenario includes Natalia Podolskaya rocking in front of a mad Finnish crowd. After an announcement on Russian radio station Sputnik, more than 500 volunteers showed up to star in the video clip of the 2005 Russian Eurovision Song Contest entry.
Podolskaya's producer and composer Victor Drobysh participated in the production of the video clip in which his son Valera Drobysh went on stage as guitarist. Furthermore he selected two renowned Finnish musicians to star in the video clip, directed by Igor Burloff. The video clip has been presented to esctoday.com last night. Pictured you can see a screen shot of Natalia Podolskaya and Valera Drobysh.
In order to promote Nobody hurt no one, Natalia Podolskaya will be visiting Ukraine from 30th April until 2nd May. Later on, from 9th till 11th May, the Russian representative will promote her Eurovision Song Contest entry in Moldova. So far, the representatives of Cyprus (Constantinos Christoforou), Bulgaria (Kaffe) and Greece (Helena Paparizou) have made their appearance on Channel One in Russia.
Natalia Podolskaya will be representing Russia in the final of the 2005 Eurovision Song Contest on 21st May in Kyiv.