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The singer appeared at a festive Purim party, and chose to stick to her "regular" performance clothes • Those who did invest and dress up were Sarit Pollak, Nicola Ward, Diane Schwartz, Uri Sasson and even Eyal Golan • Watch

The Purim celebrations opened with great fanfare last weekend, and after the glittering party of the ITM and Renoir modeling agency, in which Yael Shelvia and Omar Adam participated, yesterday (Saturday) the Yuli agency held a colorful Purim party, as part of the YOLO music festival at Hangar 11 in Tel Aviv.

Among the artists who participated in the performances was the Israeli representative for Eurovision, the singer Noa Kirel, Shahar Saul, and leading DJs.

Among the celebs who came to celebrate we found Eil Golan, Diane Schwartz, Itai Levy, Ella Ayalon and her partner, Maayan Ashkenazi and her partner, Tom Haimov and Lia Nega, Titi Einho and her partner, Uri Sasson, Gal Rubin, Shirley Boganim, Yogev Malka, Nicola Ward, Ofer Hayon, Michael Ben David, Noya Dadon, Uri Sasson, Michel Riavoi, Sharit Pollak, Mai Tager, Ira Dolphin, Eli Chapman and more.

Sarit Polak, photo: Amir Meiri, photo: Amir Meiri

Maayan Ashkenazi, photo: Amir Meiri

Noa Kirel as herself, photo: Amir Meiri

Uri Sasson, photo: Amir Meiri

Diane Schwartz in a Pamela Anderson costume, photo: Amir Meiri

Eyal Golan disguised as...a blanket?

Photography: Amir Meiri

Ira Dolphin in a Messi costume, photo: Amir Meiri

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Source: israelhayom

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