Заворотнюк и Дружинин станут судьями шоу «Ты супер! Танцы»
They are joined by the choreographer Eugene papunaishvili.

Anastasia Zavorotnyuk

Photo: PR NTV

September on the TV channel NTV launched an international children’s dance
contest “You’re super! Dancing”, which will give the chance to talented young dancers,
without parental support
parents, to Express themselves. Participants of the show will be the children’s
homes, boarding schools, children from foster and guardian families.

“You’re super! Dancing” is not just a children’s talent show, is the largest
international social project which is supported by
The Ministry of education, and leaves
far beyond air time. Dance,
just as vocal contest “You’re super!” — this story is not about
competition. This project is about children and for children:
their stories, hopes, dreams and the ability to Express themselves”, told
General producer of NTV Timur Weinstein.

in the fall on NTV viewers will see the most ambitious dance project to
children on domestic television.
Auditions were held not only in Russia but also in CIS and Baltic countries. In
the competition involved children from Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus,
Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Moldova, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and

Leading “You’re super! Dancing” will be
artist of Russia Alexander Oleshko. Broadcaster himself in his youth danced in
the ensemble and knows how much strength is behind a good, technical performance
folk dance.
“To be the leading such a project is a great honor.It
a very logical and desirable continuation of my many years of working with children.
Especially those who need special support! Will try to get them
a friend, a comrade,
protection!”,commented Oleshko.

Judicial seat in the project is a professional dance and television industry: Yegor Druzhinin, Christina
Kretova, Eugene papunaishvili and Anastasia Zavorotnyuk.

Yegor Druzhinin and choreographer of world renown, he worked with the most popular artists of the local scene, the Director
theater productions. Will be able to appreciate, like ballroom dancing, and step, as well as modern trends.

“This program is correct, good deal, — says Yegor. — I’ll cooperate
with several charities, and I know that if the child
you receive the opportunity to Express themselves, the process of its adoption
after that runs faster. I really hope
our program will help someone to become parents!”.

Kristina Kretova — the Russian ballerina, the leading soloist of the Bolshoi theatre. In the project “You are super! Dancing” is not enough
young ballerinas for whom Christina – an example and guide in this beautiful, but incredibly difficult profession.

“I understand how important it is to be noticed at a young age, said Christine. — I
mother of 10 years was brought to the Moscow choreographic Academy, where he was
very large selection! Then I was given a chance and I used it: now
I have a lucky chance to dance on all the famous stages
world. Really want this chance was
all participants in our program.”

Another member of the jury — the famous choreographer Eugene papunaishvili — the idol of many young dancers project. Even participants
vocal contest “You’re super!” wanted to dance the choreography from Eugene.

“To be part of the first children’s dance project in Russia —a great honor — said Eugene. — Through this competition, hundreds of children left without
parents, believe in yourself, understand that talent is much more important
money and connections, and are now ready to fight for your dream!”

Star four the role of the national judge in the allotted Anastasia Zavorotnyuk. Russian actress of theatre and cinema will be able
supporting the young dancers of project how to feel confident on the big stage.

Anastasia for many years the patron of orphans from the orphanage “Umka”in the Stavropol region.
“The offer to become a member of the jury I accepted with pleasure. For me
this is not the first television project, but the project is amazing and special!
It is important that the contest for participants will not only be a bright TV experience, but serious school, the first step into the profession”,
commented Anastasia Zavorotnyuk.