Ukraine

O.Torvald will represent Ukraine at the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest (Photo: Facebook)

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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Jamie-Lee Kriewitz represented Germany in the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest. (Photo: NDR)

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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Svetlana Loboda was Ukraine's valentine and anti-crisis girl at Eurovision 2009. (Photo: SvetlanaLoboda.com

#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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Ani Lorak represented Ukraine at the 2008 Eurovision Song Contest in Serbia. (Photo: AniLorak.ua

#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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Ukraine's Verka Serduchka seen "Dancing Lasha Tumbai" in 2007. (Photo: Indrek Galetin)

#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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Tina Karol represented Ukraine in the 2006 Eurovision Song Contest with "Show Me Your Love"

#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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GreenJolly represented Ukraine in 2005 with the anthem "Razom Nas Bahato" (Screen: YouTube)

#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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Ruslana shows off her "Wild Dances" at the 2004 Eurovision Song Contest (Photo: Ruslana's Official Website)

#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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Oleksandr Ponomariov from the video for " Hasta La Vista" (Screen: YouTube)

#tbt: Ukraine says “Hasta La Vista” to Eurovision

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.

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Mans Zelmerlow, co-host of the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest, is introduced at the second semi-final. (Photo: Thomas Hanses / EBU)

Eurovision 2016 Semi-Final 2 Wrapup: Who are the last 10 qualifiers?

Thursday featured 18 countries competing for the last 10 slots in Saturday’s Eurovision Song Contest 2016 Grand Final. Who made the cut?

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