Famous Russian TV presenter Ksenia Sobchak on his twitter revealed some details of the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games in Sochi. According to her, February 7, after the Olympic flame to light the bowl will be entrusted former gymnast Alina Kabaeva.
"I learned the first details about the opening of the Olympics. In each country at the opening carry the flag of the country's most eminent people of this country. In our country (and this is my exclusive insider) among others suffer Tereshkova, Mikhalkov and Gergiev," - said Sobchak.
"will start the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games ignition fire Alina Kabaeva. She paid a lot of space in the opening ceremony. Since the opening of the guests will spend 4:00 in anticipation of the stadium to entertain their game they will be Denis Matsuev. Whilst I everything. Information is proven. As always, "- said the TV presenter.
However, as is well known, the opening ceremony of the Olympics will not start, and ends with the lighting of the Olympic flame. At the moment, the message that Kabaeva ignite the Olympic flame in Sochi have already been removed from the microblog Sobchak, there was only a record of participation in the ceremony of Nikita Mikhalkov, cosmonaut Valentina Tereshkova and conductor Valery Gergiev.
Furthermore, it is known that at the opening band "Tattoo", and this despite the fact that the girls very mixed reputation, Russian media reported. This information is reported on the band's social page, but later, this record has been deleted.
Final stage of Olympic Torch Relay will be held from 5 to 7 February 2014 - will carry the symbol of the Games on the site of the famous youth camp "Eaglet" and Lazarevskoye. In Lazarevskom torchbearer to join famous athletes and show business stars, and then proceed to the Olympic flame Adler, where it will bring to the Olympic mountain cluster - in Krasnaya Polyana. From there begins the final stage, to be completed at the stadium "Fischt" where the fire is lit in the XXII Winter Games in 2014.
Opening Ceremony of the 2014 Olympic Games will begin at 20:14 Moscow time (18:14 on Latvian) that will symbolize the year of Russia's first ever Winter Games. The ceremony will last about three hours.