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ICELAND - Svala performed the 2016 Ukrainian entry in her farewell party before going to Kyiv for the Eurovision Song Contest and share the video on Facebook. RUSSIA - The Russian singer who was barred from travelling to Kiev for the Eurovision song contest because she visited Russia-annexed Crimea is going to perform in Crimea on the first day of the Eurovision semi-finals. [ 271 more words ]

The latest information from the world of Eurovision (and not)

The latest information from the world of Eurovision (and not)

ICELAND – Svala performed the 2016 Ukrainian entry in her farewell party before going to Kyiv for the Eurovision Song Contest and share the video on Facebook. RUSSIA – The Russian singe…

Anonymous asked:

I noticed that Russian guys shave their armpits (Sergey, Dima Bilan in "Never Let you go'' video, Alexey is some pictures, and so on). I see it as a good thing though. I think armpit hair is kinda gross tbh

Answer:

Like for any other body parts I don’t like them shaved…  Some guys (Turkish/Arabian) are damn hot fully natural, but probably armpits with trimmed or shortened hair are the most practical and sexy.

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#imriziv #byealex #alexeyvorobyov #douwebob #johannesnymark #devetdu #amir #eurovision #esc #shirtless #selfie #armpits #armpit #esc2016 #lighthousex #israel #hungary #russia #alexsparrow #thenetherlands #denmark #sweden #melodifestivalen #sverige #amirhaddad #france #torwallin #chrismartland #johangunterberg #christophermartland

Yulia Samoilova to return to Crimea #Eurovision #Russia #Crimea

Yulia Samoilova to return to Crimea – escYOUnited

Yulia Samoilova to return to Crimea – escYOUnited

As you will be well aware – Russia were set to perform in the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest but due to their chosen representative having previously visited Crimea Ukrainian authorities decided she would receive a 3 year ban from Ukraine and therefore unable to participate in the Eurovision Song Cont...

#ESC2005Flashback Back in 2005 the relations between Russia and Ukraine were not so strained. They even held a sort of joint party in Kyiv during the Eurovision week.

The party was held away from the normal Euroclub venue and was invite only, mainly so that some fans could get in too, as well as normal Eurovision press. It was mainly a showcase for the two countries acts from that year and Ruslana (Eurovision winner 2004) to perform their songs, but in the intimate club setting it was a great way for fans to get close to these artists.

The Delegation hosted parties have become a real delight over the years at Eurovision, some are more formal in nature, such as the Australian Embassy Reception in Stockholm in 2016, and some are much more informal such as the joint Bulgarian-Macedonian party in Malmo in 2013. They are a great way for the country to showcase their song and their culture.

Hope you enjoy the pictures from the joint Russia-Ukraine party from 2005, and full details of all Eurovision events for 2017 may be found on www.esckaz.com on http://esckaz.com/2017/event.htm

Photos from ESCKAZ.com / ESCCovers / OGAE Rest of the World / Eurovision South Africa's post

#FBLivePoll Final - Part 4 of 5. Poll will run for 30 minutes and will be extended in case of a tie until it is broken.
Vote with Facebook likes for your preferable entry of 3 selected songs that will be competing in the Eurovision Song Contest 2017.
The entry finishing last will be dropped until only one winner remains.

Round 1 winner: Tako Gachechiladze (Georgia)
Round 2 winner: Norma John (Finland), relegated: Lindita (Albania)
Round 3 winner: Alma (France), relegated: Timebelle (Switzerland)
Round 4 winner: Alma (France), relegated: Levina (Germany)
Round 5 winner: Alma (France), relegated Manel Navarro (Spain)
Round 6 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated Tako Gachechiladze (Georgia)
Round 7 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy, relegated Norma John (Finland)
Second Chance Round 1 winner: Norma John (Finland)
Round 8 winners: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), Kasia Mos (Poland), relegated Lucie Jones (UK)
Round 9 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated Claudia Faniello (Malta)
Round 10 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), Kasia Mos (Poland), relegated NAVIBAND (Belarus)
Round 11 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), Alma (France), relegated Omar Naber (Slovenia)
Round 12 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated SunStroke Project (Moldova)
Round 13 winner: Alma (France), relegated Anja (Denmark)
Second Chance Round 2 winner: NAVIBAND (Belarus)
Round 14 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated O.Torvald (Ukraine)
Round 15 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated Nathan Trent (Austria)
Round 16 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated Hovig (Cyprus)
Round 17 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated Jacques Houdek (Croatia)
Round 18 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated Triana Park (Latvia)
Round 19 winner: Kasia Mos (Poland), relegated Joci Papai (Hungary)
Second Chance Round 3 winner: Nathan Trent (Austria)
Round 20 winner: Kasia Mos (Poland), relegated Ilinca feat. Alex Florea (Romania)
Round 21 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated Koit Toome and Laura (Estonia)
Round 22 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated Demy (Greece)
Round 23 winner: Alma, O'G3NE, Salvador Sobral, relegated Martina Barta (Czech Republic)
Round 24 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated O'G3NE (The Netherlands)
Round 25 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated Alma (France)
Second Chance Round 4 winners: Koit Toome & Laura (Estonia), Alma (France)
Round 26 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Kasia Mos (Poland)
Round 27 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Brendan Murray (Ireland)
Round 28 winner: IMRI (Israel), relegated Jana Burcheska (Macedonia)
Round 29 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Tijana Bogicevic (Serbia)
Round 30 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated IMRI (Israel)
Round 31 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Fusedmarc (Lithuania)
Second Chance Round 5 winner: Brendan Murray (Ireland)
Round 32 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated JOWST (Norway)
Round 33 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Blanche (Belgium)
Round 34 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Valentina Monetta & Jimmie Wilson (San Marino)
Round 35 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Slavko Kalezic (Montenegro)
Round 36 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Svala (Iceland)
Round 37 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Isaiah (Australia)
Second Chance Round 6 winner: Blanche (Belgium)
Round 38 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Kristian Kostov (Bulgaria)
Round 39 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Yulia Samoylova (Russia)
Second Chance Round 7 winner: Alma (France)
Second Chance Final winner: Alma (France)
Final Part 1: Winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Alma (France)
Final Part 2: Winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated Dihaj (Azerbaijan)
Final Part 3: Winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Artsvik (Armenia)

The would-be Russian participant at this year's Eurovision, Yulia Samoylova, is set to perform in Russian-annexed Crimea on the same day as the first semi-final of this year's Eurovision.

Coincidence? Tell us in the comments.

Yulia Samoylova to Perform in Crimea During the First Semi-Final of Eurovision 2017

Yulia Samoylova to Perform in Crimea During the First Semi-Final of Eurovision 2017

The controversy surrounding the Russian participation at this year’s Eurovision ended two weeks ago, after Russia withdrew. However, Russia have now had the last laugh, as they have invited Yuli

Russian media report that Julia Samoylova will return to Crimea for Victory Day concert on May 9 https://t.co/qpOyu2nToO via @willyleeadams

#FBLivePoll Final - Part 3 of 5. Poll will run for 30 minutes and will be extended in case of a tie until it is broken.
Vote with Facebook likes for your preferable entry of 4 selected songs that will be competing in the Eurovision Song Contest 2017.
The entry finishing last will be dropped until only one winner remains.

Round 1 winner: Tako Gachechiladze (Georgia)
Round 2 winner: Norma John (Finland), relegated: Lindita (Albania)
Round 3 winner: Alma (France), relegated: Timebelle (Switzerland)
Round 4 winner: Alma (France), relegated: Levina (Germany)
Round 5 winner: Alma (France), relegated Manel Navarro (Spain)
Round 6 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated Tako Gachechiladze (Georgia)
Round 7 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy, relegated Norma John (Finland)
Second Chance Round 1 winner: Norma John (Finland)
Round 8 winners: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), Kasia Mos (Poland), relegated Lucie Jones (UK)
Round 9 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated Claudia Faniello (Malta)
Round 10 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), Kasia Mos (Poland), relegated NAVIBAND (Belarus)
Round 11 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), Alma (France), relegated Omar Naber (Slovenia)
Round 12 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated SunStroke Project (Moldova)
Round 13 winner: Alma (France), relegated Anja (Denmark)
Second Chance Round 2 winner: NAVIBAND (Belarus)
Round 14 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated O.Torvald (Ukraine)
Round 15 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated Nathan Trent (Austria)
Round 16 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated Hovig (Cyprus)
Round 17 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated Jacques Houdek (Croatia)
Round 18 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated Triana Park (Latvia)
Round 19 winner: Kasia Mos (Poland), relegated Joci Papai (Hungary)
Second Chance Round 3 winner: Nathan Trent (Austria)
Round 20 winner: Kasia Mos (Poland), relegated Ilinca feat. Alex Florea (Romania)
Round 21 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated Koit Toome and Laura (Estonia)
Round 22 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated Demy (Greece)
Round 23 winner: Alma, O'G3NE, Salvador Sobral, relegated Martina Barta (Czech Republic)
Round 24 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated O'G3NE (The Netherlands)
Round 25 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated Alma (France)
Second Chance Round 4 winners: Koit Toome & Laura (Estonia), Alma (France)
Round 26 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Kasia Mos (Poland)
Round 27 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Brendan Murray (Ireland)
Round 28 winner: IMRI (Israel), relegated Jana Burcheska (Macedonia)
Round 29 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Tijana Bogicevic (Serbia)
Round 30 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated IMRI (Israel)
Round 31 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Fusedmarc (Lithuania)
Second Chance Round 5 winner: Brendan Murray (Ireland)
Round 32 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated JOWST (Norway)
Round 33 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Blanche (Belgium)
Round 34 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Valentina Monetta & Jimmie Wilson (San Marino)
Round 35 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Slavko Kalezic (Montenegro)
Round 36 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Svala (Iceland)
Round 37 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Isaiah (Australia)
Second Chance Round 6 winner: Blanche (Belgium)
Round 38 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Kristian Kostov (Bulgaria)
Round 39 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Yulia Samoylova (Russia)
Second Chance Round 7 winner: Alma (France)
Second Chance Final winner: Alma (France)
Final Part 1: Winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Alma (France)
Final Part 2: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated Dihaj (Azerbaijan)

#FBLivePoll Final - Part 2 of 5. Poll will run for 30 minutes and will be extended in case of a tie until it is broken.
Vote with Facebook likes for your preferable entry of 5 selected songs that will be competing in the Eurovision Song Contest 2017.
The entry finishing last will be dropped until only one winner remains.

Round 1 winner: Tako Gachechiladze (Georgia)
Round 2 winner: Norma John (Finland), relegated: Lindita (Albania)
Round 3 winner: Alma (France), relegated: Timebelle (Switzerland)
Round 4 winner: Alma (France), relegated: Levina (Germany)
Round 5 winner: Alma (France), relegated Manel Navarro (Spain)
Round 6 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated Tako Gachechiladze (Georgia)
Round 7 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy, relegated Norma John (Finland)
Second Chance Round 1 winner: Norma John (Finland)
Round 8 winners: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), Kasia Mos (Poland), relegated Lucie Jones (UK)
Round 9 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated Claudia Faniello (Malta)
Round 10 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), Kasia Mos (Poland), relegated NAVIBAND (Belarus)
Round 11 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), Alma (France), relegated Omar Naber (Slovenia)
Round 12 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated SunStroke Project (Moldova)
Round 13 winner: Alma (France), relegated Anja (Denmark)
Second Chance Round 2 winner: NAVIBAND (Belarus)
Round 14 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated O.Torvald (Ukraine)
Round 15 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated Nathan Trent (Austria)
Round 16 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated Hovig (Cyprus)
Round 17 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated Jacques Houdek (Croatia)
Round 18 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated Triana Park (Latvia)
Round 19 winner: Kasia Mos (Poland), relegated Joci Papai (Hungary)
Second Chance Round 3 winner: Nathan Trent (Austria)
Round 20 winner: Kasia Mos (Poland), relegated Ilinca feat. Alex Florea (Romania)
Round 21 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated Koit Toome and Laura (Estonia)
Round 22 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated Demy (Greece)
Round 23 winner: Alma, O'G3NE, Salvador Sobral, relegated Martina Barta (Czech Republic)
Round 24 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated O'G3NE (The Netherlands)
Round 25 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated Alma (France)
Second Chance Round 4 winners: Koit Toome & Laura (Estonia), Alma (France)
Round 26 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Kasia Mos (Poland)
Round 27 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Brendan Murray (Ireland)
Round 28 winner: IMRI (Israel), relegated Jana Burcheska (Macedonia)
Round 29 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Tijana Bogicevic (Serbia)
Round 30 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated IMRI (Israel)
Round 31 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Fusedmarc (Lithuania)
Second Chance Round 5 winner: Brendan Murray (Ireland)
Round 32 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated JOWST (Norway)
Round 33 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Blanche (Belgium)
Round 34 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Valentina Monetta & Jimmie Wilson (San Marino)
Round 35 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Slavko Kalezic (Montenegro)
Round 36 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Svala (Iceland)
Round 37 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Isaiah (Australia)
Second Chance Round 6 winner: Blanche (Belgium)
Round 38 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Kristian Kostov (Bulgaria)
Round 39 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Yulia Samoylova (Russia)
Second Chance Round 7 winner: Alma (France)
Second Chance Final winner: Alma (France)
Final Part 1: Winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Alma (France)

TASS.COM REPORTS / RUSSIA - A vast majority of Russians (75%) support Channel One’s decision to cancel the broadcast of the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest over Ukraine’s travel ban against Russian entrant Yulia Samoilova, the All-Russia Public Opinion Research Center said in a statement on Monday. "Against the background of the travel ban issued by Ukraine against the Russian contestant, as many as 75% of those polled supported Channel One’s decision to cancel the broadcast of the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest, while 18% opposed this move," the statement reads. [ 444 more words ]

Poll shows most Russians support cancellation of Eurovision broadcast

Poll shows most Russians support cancellation of Eurovision broadcast

TASS.COM REPORTS / RUSSIA – A vast majority of Russians (75%) support Channel One’s decision to cancel the broadcast of the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest over Ukraine’s travel ban against Russ…

#FBLivePoll Final - Part 1 of 5. Poll will run for 30 minutes and will be extended in case of a tie until it is broken.
Vote with Facebook likes for your preferable entry of 6 selected songs that will be competing in the Eurovision Song Contest 2017.
The entry finishing last will be dropped until only one winner remains.

Round 1 winner: Tako Gachechiladze (Georgia)
Round 2 winner: Norma John (Finland), relegated: Lindita (Albania)
Round 3 winner: Alma (France), relegated: Timebelle (Switzerland)
Round 4 winner: Alma (France), relegated: Levina (Germany)
Round 5 winner: Alma (France), relegated Manel Navarro (Spain)
Round 6 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated Tako Gachechiladze (Georgia)
Round 7 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy, relegated Norma John (Finland)
Second Chance Round 1 winner: Norma John (Finland)
Round 8 winners: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), Kasia Mos (Poland), relegated Lucie Jones (UK)
Round 9 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated Claudia Faniello (Malta)
Round 10 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), Kasia Mos (Poland), relegated NAVIBAND (Belarus)
Round 11 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), Alma (France), relegated Omar Naber (Slovenia)
Round 12 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated SunStroke Project (Moldova)
Round 13 winner: Alma (France), relegated Anja (Denmark)
Second Chance Round 2 winner: NAVIBAND (Belarus)
Round 14 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated O.Torvald (Ukraine)
Round 15 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated Nathan Trent (Austria)
Round 16 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated Hovig (Cyprus)
Round 17 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated Jacques Houdek (Croatia)
Round 18 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated Triana Park (Latvia)
Round 19 winner: Kasia Mos (Poland), relegated Joci Papai (Hungary)
Second Chance Round 3 winner: Nathan Trent (Austria)
Round 20 winner: Kasia Mos (Poland), relegated Ilinca feat. Alex Florea (Romania)
Round 21 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated Koit Toome and Laura (Estonia)
Round 22 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated Demy (Greece)
Round 23 winner: Alma, O'G3NE, Salvador Sobral, relegated Martina Barta (Czech Republic)
Round 24 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated O'G3NE (The Netherlands)
Round 25 winner: Francesco Gabbani (Italy), relegated Alma (France)
Second Chance Round 4 winners: Koit Toome & Laura (Estonia), Alma (France)
Round 26 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Kasia Mos (Poland)
Round 27 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Brendan Murray (Ireland)
Round 28 winner: IMRI (Israel), relegated Jana Burcheska (Macedonia)
Round 29 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Tijana Bogicevic (Serbia)
Round 30 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated IMRI (Israel)
Round 31 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Fusedmarc (Lithuania)
Second Chance Round 5 winner: Brendan Murray (Ireland)
Round 32 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated JOWST (Norway)
Round 33 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Blanche (Belgium)
Round 34 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Valentina Monetta & Jimmie Wilson (San Marino)
Round 35 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Slavko Kalezic (Montenegro)
Round 36 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Svala (Iceland)
Round 37 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Isaiah (Australia)
Second Chance Round 6 winner: Blanche (Belgium)
Round 38 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Kristian Kostov (Bulgaria)
Round 39 winner: Salvador Sobral (Portugal), relegated Yulia Samoylova (Russia)
Second Chance Round 7 winner: Alma (France)
Second Chance Final winner: Alma (France)

#ESCCovers
The last part of our voting result in the country by country voting - the top 10 and the Macedonian euro friend is bringing that to us
10th position - Slovenia (49 points)
9th position - Portugal (63 points)
8th position - Russia (78 points)
7th position - Macedonia (80 points)
6th position - Estonia (84 points)
5th position - Croatia (92 points)
4th position - Sweden (96 points)
3rd position - France (137 points)
2nd position - Belgium (145 points)
1st position - Italy (164 points)

#ESCCovers
The last country to vote is CANADA. Here is their results

1 point – Portugal

2 points – Montenegro

3 points – Bulgaria

4 points – Netherlands

5 points – United Kingdom

6 points – Russia

7 points – Italy

8 points – Croatia

10 points – Belgium

12 points – France

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Official album of the contest and karaoke album are available in iTunes. Price in most European countries is 12.99 Euro, however, in some of them karaoke album costs more than the original one.

https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/eurovision-song-contest-2017-kyiv/id1219895183

https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/eurovision-song-contest-2017-kyiv/id1219895183

Album contains Russian entry, since it was formed before it was excluded from the list of participants of the contest.

Album has a mark "Explicit Content" because of the Swedish entry, however it contains "freaking" version which carries no mark on the single release. Song of Montenegro marked as Explicit on the single release carries no mark on the album.

Photos from ESCKAZ.com / ESCCovers / OGAE Rest of the World / Eurovision South Africa's post

#ESCCovers
The second last of our country voting and it is the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - unfortunately not too many have voted but we are still happy that some did vote
1 point - Latvia
2 points - Austria
3 points - Malta
4 points - Norway
5 points - United Kingdom
6 points - Russia
7 points - Denmark
8 points - Estonia
10 points - Azerbaijan
12 points - Croatia

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imorgonarenannandag:



Ummm check your facts? Where did you hear that Ukraine wouldn’t allow another artist from Russia that ISN’T banned from Ukraine to participate? Russia would be allowed to enter if they picked a different artist 
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The Deputy Prime Minister Tweeted that broadcasts containing individuals who are banned from Ukraine are not legal within Ukraine and as a result the EBU’s proposal would violate Ukrainian law. The Deputy Prime Minister reiterated his call from yesterday, in which he stated that Russia will be welcome in the contest if the select another artist who does not violate Ukrainian laws.’’
So Ukraine has done nothing wrong and it is disgusting to see people attack Ukraine for doing the right thing.

#thankyou #eurovision2017 #eurovisionrussia #eurovisionukraine #ukraine2017 #russia2017 #i'mtiredofthisbullshit

The press conference devoted to the readiness of the Belarus team for the Eurovision Song Contest in Kyiv was held today in the conference hall of the Belteleradiocompany.

Olga Shlager, deputy Director General of the main directorate of the TV channel "Belarus 1" and head of the Eurovision project in Belarus, Olga Salamakha, coordinator of the projects of the Belteleradiocompany and the European Broadcasting Union, the members of the creative group of the project took part in the press conference alongside the representatives of Belarus at the contest Naviband - Belarus (Артем Лукьяненко and Ksusha Zhuk).

Preparation of the stage presentation for the Belarusian participants is handled by the Ukrainian team, which has a lot of experience in organizing performances for the participants of the Eurovision Song Contest. So, the stage presentation of NAVIBAND is directed by the choreographer Tatyana Ostroverkh, who prepared the performance of the Ukrainian participant at the Eurovision 2013, and the outfits have been designed by the stylist Dmitry Kuryata. Also Artem and Ksenia take vocal lessons from the Belarusian coach Olga Drozdova. Olga Shlager noted that the Belarusian contestants had the opportunity to choose themselves the team with which they will prepare for the contest.

The vocalists of NaviBand presented the promotional products, which they will bring with them to the contest. The promo package includes booklets, badges, ribbons and even bow-ties with Belarusian ornaments and symbols. Artem and Ksenia have already met many participants of the Eurovision 2017 contest during promo-parties and presented their gifts. The Belarusian souvenir is a favorite, and everyone is happy to wear ribbons from NAVIBAND on their hands.

"The first question that journalists ask us is about the Belarusian language. We were able to draw attention to the fact that our song is in Belarusian. We are asked to talk about the language, to teach words, and we feel great interest and support," said Artem Lukyanenko.

The Belarusian delegation will leave for Kyiv on May 1. The first rehearsal of NaviBand is scheduled for May 3. The Belarusian team includes back-vocalists, a phoniatrist, a vocal coach, and two film crews.

The Eurovision Song Contest will be covered in news bulletins, as well as diaries. The TV channels of Belteleradiocompany "Belarus 1" and the international satellite television channel "Belarus 24" will traditionally broadcast live two semifinals and the final.

Watch the press-conference here (in Russian/Belarusian): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=apH21784vzs

Belarus page: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=apH21784vzs

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vocalia:



ESC 2009: Russia rejects Georgia’s entry from competing in Eurovision because “It sounds like they’re saying Putin in their song" and no one gives a fuck.

ESC 2017: Ukraine rejects Russia’s entry from competing in Eurovision because they broke the Ukrainian law after attacking Ukraine in an attempt to steal Ukrainian territory and people start whining about how unfair and unreasonable Ukraine is being towards Russia.

Yeah. Makes perfect sense. Totally fair. Uh-huh -.-

#seriously #eurovision #eurovision2017 #eurovisionrussia #eurovisionukraine

UKRAINE - The Ukrainian representatives at the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest, the O'Torvald band, will be performing at a charity concert in Kyiv this weekend in support of military personnel injured during battle who will be taking part in the sporting Invictus Games in Toronto this year. The line-up of Ukraine's team will be announced during the concert. O'Torvald will be joined by other Eurostars, including Zlata Ognevich, Ukraine's 2013 Eurovision representative, and Anastasia Prikhodko, who represented Russia in 2009.

Ukraine 2017: O’Torvald to perform in a charity concert

Ukraine 2017: O’Torvald to perform in a charity concert

UKRAINE – The Ukrainian representatives at the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest, the O’Torvald band, will be performing at a charity concert in Kyiv this weekend in support of military pers…

Eurovision 2017: ONUKA announced as Grand Final interval act - UKRAINE - ONUKA is a Ukrainian band. It was created in 2013 by Ukrainian musicians Eugene Filatov (aka The Maneken) and Nata Zhyzhchenko, the former vocalist of Tomato Jaws (Ukraine) and KOOQLA (Russia). #eurovision #eurovisiongr #escpress #celebratediversity #oikotimes #melfest #impacthub #lgbt #music #eurosong

The EBU has released the second version of the rehearsal schedule, excluding Russia from the list: https://t.co/tAor0GYpTK

UKRAINE - ONUKA is a Ukrainian band. It was created in 2013 by Ukrainian musicians Eugene Filatov (aka The Maneken) and Nata Zhyzhchenko, the former vocalist of Tomato Jaws (Ukraine) and KOOQLA (Russia). The Ukrainian word Onuka translates to "granddaughter," a tribute to lead singer Zhyzhchenko's grandfather and renowned folk-instrument maker, Oleksandr Shlionchyk. Zhyzhchenko started her music career as a member of the band Tomato Jaws, a band that she started with her brother. [ 143 more words ]

Eurovision 2017: ONUKA announced as Grand Final interval act

Eurovision 2017: ONUKA announced as Grand Final interval act

UKRAINE – ONUKA is a Ukrainian band. It was created in 2013 by Ukrainian musicians Eugene Filatov (aka The Maneken) and Nata Zhyzhchenko, the former vocalist of Tomato Jaws (Ukraine) and KOOQ…

EBU and UA:PBC publish new rehearsal schedule following Russia's withdrawal. Check out our handy little guide by clicking below! #Eurovision

EBU and UA:PBC publish new rehearsal schedule following Russia’s withdrawal

EBU and UA:PBC publish new rehearsal schedule following Russia’s withdrawal

A few days ago, EBU and UA:PBC published the first version of the rehearsal schedule for the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest. However shortly afterwards Russia withdrew from the contest. Therefore, this

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