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Cello and piano concert with cellist Gleb Stepanov and pianist Tatiana Stupak.
But it's Evans' clarion-voiced portrayal of the conflicted Gleb that stands out.
Team Gleb: Mackenzie and Sage will perform to "Drummer Boy" by Justin Bieber feat. Busta Rhymes.
But Gleb, who reached the Strictly semi-final with Anita Rani in 2015, said he could return at "any time" as the executive producer "has a soft spot for me".
Dr Gleb Tsipursky recently launched a handbook "The Truth-Seeker's Handbook: A Science-Based Guide" available at Amazon ( in his campaign to prevent fake news using the Protruth Pledge a scientific approach to seek Truth no matter the consequences.
Results men's double: In the first semi final, Gleb Alekseenko (Ukr), Ivan Ponomarenko (Russia) by 6-0 and 6-4 while in the second semi final, Lopez Perez (Esp), Lozan Kristian (Russia) beat Gelb Alekseenko (Ukr), Ivan Ponomarenko (Russia) by 6-0, 4-6 and 10-6.
Gleb Alekseenko (Ukrin)/Ivan Ponomarenko (Russia) beat Mohammad Wagas Malik (Canada)/Mudassar Murtaza (Pak) by 6-7(5) and 6-2(10-5) and Shalva Dzhanashiya (Russia)/Ivan Nedelko (Russia) by 7-5 and 6-3.
Men's Singles Qualifying Results Day-2: Shahzad Khan (Pak) beat Abdaal Haider (Pak) 6-2,3-6,6-3,Muhammad Shoaib (Pak) beat Ali Sahibzada (Pak) 6-1,6-3,Yousaf Khalil (Pak) beat Faizan Khurram (Pak) 6-0,3-2 Ret., Mudassir Murtaza (Pak) beat Asad Mahmood Khan (Pak) 6-1,6-2, Gleb Alekseenko (Ukr) beat Yasir Khan (Pak) 6-4,6-3,Ahmed Ch (Pak) beat Aman Attique Khan (Pak) 2-6,6-2,6-1,Usman Rafique (Pak) beat Saqib Hayat (Pak) 6-7(2),6-0,6-1,Malik Abdul Rehman (Pak) beat Muhammad Wagas Malik (Can) 6-4,6-4.
In "Towards a Post-Lies Future" (M/A 2017), Gleb Tsipursky focuses on the Oxford Dictionary's definition of post-truth as "relating to or denoting circumstances in which objective facts are less influential in shaping public opinion than appeals to emotion and personal belief." However, "post-truth" implies there was once a truth era, when in fact we've always been in a pre-truth era.
From left: Yahsat's Farhad Khan and X SAT's Gleb Larionov.