The beloved show "Your Face Sounds Familiar" is back on air on NOVА TV

The start of the new season will be given with a special charity edition in support of UNICEF Bulgaria's cause against violence of children

08 February 2024
Като две капки вода за всяко дете - за бъдеще без насилие за всяко дете
UNICEF Bulgaria/2024

January 29, 2024, Sofia. The beloved celebrity show "Your Face Sounds Familiar" returns to NOVA this spring with its twelfth season. One of the most successful entertainment programs in the history of Bulgarian television will welcome the new stars who will compete for the title of "Best Imitator." The incomparable Dimitar Rachkov and Gerasim Georgiev - Gero will take viewers and participants on a unique musical adventure with their unmatched sense of humor.

The start of the twelfth season of the show will be given by the special edition episode "Your face sounds familiar for every child," which NOVA is organizing in partnership with UNICEF Bulgaria. Following the great success and funds raised for UNICEF, the UN Children's Fund, last year with the three-episodes-edition, this time the charitable episode supports the cause violence against childrenin all its forms. In the show, viewers will see 8 unique duets between beloved Bulgarian stars and talented children. The stage will be taken over by Sofi Marinova, Margarita Hranova, Mihaila Marinova, Miro, Vladimir Mihaylov, Slavin Slavchev, Veselin Marinov, Alexander Sano, and their little partners.

With the funds raised, UNICEF will work to promote and spread the model of   “Zona ZaKrila”centers for children and families affected by violence, throughout the country and will continue to support the prevention, restriction, and response in cases of violence, sexual abuse, and exploitation of children online, as well as the training of different specialist - social workers, health and medicine workers, police officers, prosecutors, lawyers and others.

Media contacts

Boryana Gidikova
Communication Officer
UNICEF Bulgaria
Tel: +359 893 52 52 40

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