Belarus chose Navi Band to represent them at Eurovision 2017. Since their selection in early January, the band have been doing the rounds on other countries’ national selection shows. Last week, they appeared on one of the Ukrainian heats and after a chat with Jamala, they revealed that they had prepared their own version of the reigning Eurovision champion’s winning song ‘1944’.Continue reading
On 20th January, the Belorussian national final took place. The nation crowned Navi Band as their winner and they will represent Belarus at Eurovision 2017 with song ‘Story of My Life’. Find out a bit more about the duo with our 10 Things About…Navi Band feature… Continue reading
Tonight saw Belarus stage their 2017 Eurovision selection show. Thirteen acts competed for the honour and it was NAVI BAND whose song ‘Historyja majho žyccia (Story of My Life)’ came out on top.Continue reading
Belarus will choose their Eurovision entry tonight. Since the songs were revealed in late December, we have been asking you to vote for your favourites. We can now reveal the results of our poll. Continue reading
This Friday the 13 Belorussian acts vying to be their nation’s 2017 Eurovision representative will battle it out in a live broadcast. Before then we take a look at all the entries and rank them in order of our preference. Read on to find out where your favourite song placed with us. Continue reading
Belarus today have revealed the thirteen artists and songs that have been given the green light to compete in the Belorussian national final in the hopes of being chosen as their representative for Eurovision 2017.Continue reading
Last night saw Belarus host their selection show for Eurovision 2016. Ten songs were in the running but ultimately it was Ivan with his song ‘How to Fly’ that was chosen to represent Belarus in Sweden in May.
Tonight Belarus will decide who will represent them in the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest. In the meantime, we have been asking you to vote for your favourite of the ten acts in the running in tonight’s live show. You have been voting all week and the results are in and the winner is…Continue reading
‘I LOVE BELARUS!’ exclaimed the 2011 entry for the country Anastasia Vinnikova. Despite not making through to the final that year, you can’t deny that Belarus always give us some memorable acts in their 12 year history at Eurovision. Who can forget Mr. Cheesecake himself TEO who in 2014 finished in 16th place with his dessert based pop nugget? Then there was of course infectious ‘Solayoh’ from Alyona just the year before that matched TEO’s position. Their best ever result came from Dmitry Koldan who saw Belarus ‘Work Your Magic’ and finish in a solid sixth place in 2007. However with the good comes the bad and Belarus have had their fare share of bad in Eurovision as well. Eight of their twelve Eurovision attempts failed to qualify for the final show and this was the case last year with Uzari and Maimuna’s ‘Time’.
Belarus are back for 2016, so let’s see what gems they have lined up for us, shall we?