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"Voice of Lithuania. Children" project, the son of composer R. Motiekaitis, Laurynas, expressed his dissatisfaction with his teacher's choice of the song "Milijonai": "a simple pop song doesn't stick with me"


"Voice of Lithuania. Children" project, which brings hundreds of thousands of viewers to the screens every Sunday evening, will surprise Lithuania again this Sunday with exceptional children's stunt performances prepared by the project's professional team.


This time, the trio of Mantas Jankavičius' team will have a difficult task - to prepare a joint performance when one of the trio is unable to attend the rehearsals. Teenagers Augustina, Luknė and Laurynas, who has already made a name for himself on social networks for the second time in the project, will take to the stage this Sunday. However, for Lukne, who lives in England, this performance will be much harder than for her competitors.


"I had to stay in England for my studies. That's why I couldn't attend the first rehearsals. We tried to sing together just a day before the arena show. It would certainly have been much easier to prepare a good performance if I lived here," Luknė admits candidly.


And although Luknė had to prepare for this performance remotely, this was not the only problem for this trio. Laurynas, the son of the famous composer R. Motiekaitis, who is never afraid to speak his mind, expressed his dissatisfaction with his teacher's choice when he received the song "Milijonai" by Vaidas Baumila and Justė Starinskaitė.


"It's simple Popsicle. It doesn't stick to me at all. It's not my style. So if I don't win, I'll blame the song," said Laurynas, who came back to the second season with a mutated voice and openly stated that he only came to win the project.


However, Mantas Jankavičius has a different opinion: 'It takes quite a bit of talent to sing pop the way Vaidas and Justė do. The choice of the song doesn't always match what the participants want. The most important thing is to be able to adapt."


Laurynas himself was convinced of this: 'When I rehearsed it, I saw that there are definitely places that suit me, and I even have the feeling that it is a place in the work that was made especially for me. It's very easy, I've got the whole song, I know what I want to do with it, I'm very enthusiastic. The only thing I have to do is to sing better than Augustin. She is my only competitor in the three of us."


What kind of show will the trio of talented teenagers create and whose voice will sound so good when singing together that it will be worthy of going to the semi-finals with Mantas Jankavičius - will be available to see this Sunday, 19:30 on LNK.