Party like a Russian: Oligarchs' children celebrate wedding in Oscar Awards Hall
At the celebration there were Svetlana Loboda, Nikolay Baskov, Stas Mikhailov and Lady Gaga. Businessmen Eldar Osmanov and Albert Avdolyan spent several million dollars.
Children of Russian businessmen Gaspard Avdolyan and Lolita Osmanova played a luxurious wedding in Los Angeles. The celebration took place in the Dolby Theater, where the Oscar film awards ceremony is held.
Bride and groom
Parents of young people were generous with the wedding. The expenditure on marriage is estimated at several million dollars. It is known that father of the bride Eldar Osmanov is one of the owners of the large energy company Mezhregionsoyuzenergo (includes several sales companies, the largest assets in the Urals - Tagilenergosbyt and Chelyabenergosbyt). Father of the bridegroom Albert Avdolyan is the founder of Scartel, the owner of Yota shares and many other profitable assets. Avdolyan is among the richest businessmen in Russia with a capital of $800 million.
Presenters of the celebration were Ksenia Sobchak and Andrey Malakhov. Entertained guests were Svetlana Loboda, Nikolay Baskov, Stas Mikhailov and even Lady Gaga.
To add triumph of color to the wedding a symphony orchestra, ballet troupe and Armenian ensemble were lined up. According to Komsomolskaya Pravda, about two million dollars were spent on artists.
The decoration of the hall with live flowers cost about half a million dollars. The cost of a chic bridesmaid dress from Zuhair Murad, decorated with jewelry, is not specified.
In addition, the families of the newlyweds disbursed a flight and rooms in hotels for all guests.
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