Ivan Korneko

Досье Ivan Korneko

Адрес: Швеция, Malmö
Происхождение: Malmö
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Нам не известно когда родился Ivan Korneko. Он был рожден в городе Malmö. Также, мы выяснили, что сейчас он проживает в городе Malmö, Швеция. Ivan не интересуется политикой. В своих религиозных взглядах он указал: "Светский гуманизм". Ivan относится к алкоголю нейтрально.

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Günther, affectionately and notoriously know to his millions of fans (especially the women) as the Pleasureman, is a 29-year-old "Gentleman: Style 2000" who is currently enjoying his best and most fruitful years of life.

Günther is from Sweden, but he feels like a European.

Günther has always been active in the entertainment industry, first as a 1st-class Super model, then as a sexy nightclub owner. Now, he feels it is time to change the attitude of the world to do something better, through his four commandments: Champagne, Glamour, Sex and Respect!. Günther wants to change how the world looks at Sexual Ways of thinking & Sexual Philosophy, so he has started a new trend to Sexualize the world more. In essence, it is a "Günther trend."

Günther has started his mission to for the sole reason of spreading the message of Love through the world. This is something he has already started to do in Europe and Russia. He has performed in a wide variety of venues such as club shows, festivals and major large concerts in most of the countries of Europe. And it is through Champagne, Glamour, Sex and Respect that he will continue his mission!

Günther is a crowd Pleaser & Teaser, and everyone of all ages loves Günther and the Sunshine Girls! The group has a huge and loyal following with students and fans from all around the world. Günther always travels with his Sunshine Girls and the three of them cause excitement wherever they are seen with their Glamour and Flair. Günther has a charisma that causes every man to be jealous.<

Günther, the Pleasureman, has won several awards including MTV Mega Dance, along with several radio and sales prizes.

The U.S. Falls In Love: America's Obsession with Günther

Günther & the Sunshine Girls' 1st-ever performance in the United States was on February 3, 2006, at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut. His visit, sponsored by Saybrook, one of Yale's twelve residential colleges, cost $25,000, sparking a small controversy in Connecticut media and community groups over whether the pop star's visit was a good use of student activities funding. The event drew more than 3,500 students (Yale's undergraduate enrollment is about 4,500) and tickets to the event were snatched up online in 3 hours. At the show, Günther and the Sunshine Girls performed "Tutti Frutti Summer Love" and "Ding Dong Song" as encores after Yale undergraduates enthusiastically chanted "Günther! Günther!" and "Ding Dong Song! Ding Dong Song!" Günther closed out the performance saying: "I love Yale. Always remember: Sex, Glamour, Champagne and Respect."

On May 7, 2006, Günther performed at the Tower Club at Princeton University (Princeton, New Jersey), alongside rock band Rooney and Wu-Tang Clan hip-hop impresario Ghostface Killah. He performed a set of 10 songs from his Pleasureman album, two of which were encores ("Teeny Weeny String Bikini" and "Ding Dong Song"), to an enthusiastic crowd of Princeton undergraduates. Throughout the performance, security personnel had to forcibly remove a number of students from the stage to prevent their repeated attempts to interact with Günther and the Sunshine Girls.

The U.S. Obsession, Part II: Günther Live in Hollywood

After spurning hundreds of university and public concert requests by major U.S. colleges and promoters, Günther & the Sunshine Girls made a triumphant return to the U.S. a year later at Williams College on May 10, 2007. They so energized the fans that they damaged the floor and possibly the supportive structure of the concert venue/building, Goodrich Hall. This was followed by a performance at the University of California, Santa Barbara on May 11, 2007, where