Concert in Monte Carlo cancelled
Julia Volkova, one of Tatu singers was taken to the Moscow Central Clinical Hospital immediately after her arrival from Turkey. She suddenly felt so bad in a car that she couldn't dial the number of her parents and inform them of her indisposition. Half an hour after she was taken to the hospital Julia was operated on. Now the girl is OK, but an important concert of Tatu scheduled for August 23 was cancelled.
Now Julia Volkova looks slightly weary - she must be tired of hospital wards. According to the Zhizn newspaper, a 5 centimeter scar on Julia's right side is carefully plastered. At first the girl worried that the scar after the appendicitis operation would be visibly obvious and she would be embarrassed on the stage or on the beach.
Julia says: "Later doctors told me the operation was a success and we came to the hospital at the right moment. Problems might have arisen if we arrived later. Each day that I stayed in the hospital guys from my group came to see me. Lena (the Tatu second singer) brought me flowers, fruits and juice. I was looking for the day to leave the hospital."
Doctors recommend Julia to observe the regime: no concerts or any abrupt movements for at least a month. Julia herself understands the seriousness of the situation. Now she has time to read books and watch TV.
"Unfortunately, the group won't be able to go for a concert to Monte Carlo, although all of the guys were looking forward for this tour. But we'll all the same go there as all the tickets have been sold out. We also plan to go to Latin America where our songs are on the rise in charts."
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