Ukraine went a little too deep into Eurovision-ness with the their 2009 entry “Be My Valentine (Anti-Crisis Girl)” by Svetlana Loboda.
Ukraine’s Ani Lorak took the stage in Serbia in 2008 with “Shady Lady,” which might be the prime example of a perfect Eurovision entry.
Let’s jump back to 2007, when Ukraine’s Verka Serduchka served Eurovision realness.
Ukraine rebounded from 2005’s entry to return to the Eurovision Top 10 in 2006, thanks to Tina Karol’s “Show Me Your Love”
As Ukraine gets ready to host Eurovision Song Contest for the second time, let’s look back at how the first go-round went.
Continuing our look back at Ukraine’s Eurovision history, we examine “Wild Dances” by Ruslana. This is the first Ukrainian entry to win the Contest.
Ukraine will definitely host the Eurovision Song Contest in 2017! Let’s take a look back at the entries the country has submitted over the years. First up: 2003’s “Hasta La Vista” by Oleksandr Ponomaryov.
Thursday featured 18 countries competing for the last 10 slots in Saturday’s Eurovision Song Contest 2016 Grand Final. Who made the cut?
Our second Eurovision semi-final picks are in; will we do better than the first semi-final?
Saturday’s rehearsals gave us our first glimpse at the remaining automatic qualifiers, as eighteen countries solidified their plans for the second semifinal next Thursday.