Eurovision babushkas

Alevtina Byagisheva (C), 54, Ekaterina Shklayeva (R), 74, and Zoya Dorodova, 74, members of the singing group "BuranovskiyeBabushki", offer home made dumplings at a folk museum near the village of Ludorvai in the central Russian region of Udmurtia March 16, 2012. A group of ladies ranging in age from 42 to 86 who sing traditional songs and pop classics in their own language have been voted by popular demand to represent Russia in the forthcoming Eurovision song contest.

Alevtina Byagisheva (C), 54, Ekaterina Shklayeva (R), 74, and Zoya Dorodova, 74, members of the singing group "BuranovskiyeBabushki", offer home made dumplings at a folk museum near the village of Ludorvai in the central Russian region of Udmurtia March 16, 2012. A group of ladies ranging in age from 42 to 86 who sing traditional songs and pop classics in their own language have been voted by popular demand to represent Russia in the forthcoming Eurovision song contest.   Source: Reuters/Vostock-Photo

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