Russian oligarch Karapetyan’s son invites Pugacheva, Kirkorov, and Leningrad to entertain guests at his wedding
Guests at Tashir CEO Samvel Karapetyan’s youngest son’s wedding enjoyed performances by Russian and foreign stars. The Republic of Armenia PM gave away the bride.
The youngest son of Tashir CEO and one of the richest people in Russia (according to Forbes) Samvel Karapetyan held a luxurious wedding in Moscow last Saturday, on September 16. Samvel Karapetyan’s son Karen and his bride Lilit celebrated their wedding in the Safisa Moscow restaurant. The couple invited Russian and foreign stars to entertain their guests.
The following stars performed at the wedding: Eros Ramazzotti, Alla Pugacheva, Filipp Kirkorov, Kseniya Sobchak, Vera Brezhneva, Sergey Shnurov and the Leningrad band, Timati, Margarita Pozoyan, and many others. Andrey Malakhov and Nicolay Baskov were the toastmasters.
To note, Armenia President Serzh Sargsyan was an honorable guest at the wedding while Armenia PM gave away the bride.
By the way, Samvel Karapetyan held a similarly luxurious wedding with stars for his eldest son Samvel as well. He married Saloma Kintsurashvili.
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