Ukraine

Eurovision 2017 YouTube Week 3: San Marino is Beating Sweden?!

The big question coming out of this week’s Eurovision YouTube views: could San Marino be on its way to the Grand Final again?

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Eurovision 2017 YouTube Week 2: Favorites Emerging

Now that we have week-to-week data and all 43 songs available, which Eurovision entries are the movers and shakers and possible favorites in Kyiv?

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Ukraine Makes “Time” for O.Torvald

Ukraine takes advantage of its free pass to the Eurovision Song Contest Grand Final by sending the rock track “Time” by O.Torvald to Kyiv.

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This Week in Eurovision: Switzerland, Italy, and Germany Choose

It’s the first full week of February, which means that Eurovision Selection Season is full speed ahead. Here’s what’s happening the week of February 5, 2017.

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#tbt: Anti-Crisis Girl Svetlana Loboda Asks Russia to “Be My Valentine”

Ukraine went a little too deep into Eurovision-ness with the their 2009 entry “Be My Valentine (Anti-Crisis Girl)” by Svetlana Loboda.

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#tbt: “Shady Lady” Ani Lorak Takes Ukraine to Belgrade

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.

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#tbt: Verka Serduchka has everyone “Dancing Lasha Tumbai”

Let’s jump back to 2007, when Ukraine’s Verka Serduchka served Eurovision realness.

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#tbt: Ukraine’s Tina Karol asks to “Show Me Your Love”

Ukraine rebounded from 2005’s entry to return to the Eurovision Top 10 in 2006, thanks to Tina Karol’s “Show Me Your Love”

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#tbt: Ukraine hosts Eurovision in 2005

As Ukraine gets ready to host Eurovision Song Contest for the second time, let’s look back at how the first go-round went.

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#tbt: Ruslana’s “Wild Dances” wins Eurovision

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.

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