Go_A Will Represent Ukraine at Eurovision 2020!

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Go_A won the right to represent Ukraine at Eurovision 2020 when they won the Vidbir competition earlier this evening with the song ‘Solovey’. The beat off stiff competition from five other finalists who had qualified for tonight’s final from the two semi finals in the previous two weeks.

Vidbir 2020 Semi Final 2 Results!

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Ukraine continued their Eurovision selection for 2020 this evening when they hosted the second semi final of their star studded show Vidbir. Eight acts performed in front of the judging panel which consists of Andrii Danylko (Verka Serduchka, Ukraine 2007), Tina Karol (singer, TV hostess, Ukraine 2006) and Vitalii Drozdov (director-general of Hit FM radio). The jury’s vote was added to the public vote and three of the eight acts advanced to the final on 22 February. Read on to find out who made the cut!

KRUTЬ, GO-A and Jerry Heil Through to Vidbir Final!

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Ukraine started their Eurovision selection for 2020 this evening when they hosted the first semi final of their star studded show Vidbir. Eight acts performed in front of the judging panel which consists of Andrii Danylko (Verka Serduchka, Ukraine 2007), Tina Karol (singer, TV hostess, Ukraine 2006) and Vitalii Drozdov (director-general of Hit FM radio). The jury’s vote was added to the public vote and three of the eight acts advanced to the final on 22 February. Read on to find out who made the cut!

Ranking: Ukraine’s Vidbir 2020 Songs!

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Vidbir will return as the Ukrainian Eurovision selection in 2020. Ahead of the first semi final later this evening, we rate and rank the sixteen songs participating in this year’s contest. Read on to find out who made our number 1 spot and if you agree with our decision!

16 Acts Confirmed for Ukraine’s Vidbir 2020!

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Vidbir will return as the Ukrainian Eurovision selection in 2020. Today the national broadcaster UA:PBC revealed the sixteen acts that will compete in this year’s contest.

Maruv Will Represent Ukraine at Eurovision 2019!

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Ukraine concluded their selection show for Eurovision 2019 Vidbir tonight. Six songs have made it to the Grand Final but it was Maruv who was crowned the winner. They will represent Ukraine at Eurovision in May in Tel Aviv with ‘Siren Song’!

Ranking: Ukraine’s Vidbir 2019 Finalists!

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Ukraine are set to crown their Eurovision 2019 pick on Saturday when they host the final of their selection show Vidbir. Six songs have made it to the Grand Final and ahead of the the big announcement, we listen to all the contenders from their national final for 2019, rate them out of ten and rank them from worst to best. Read on to find out what we thought!

Ukraine Reveal Vidbir 2018 Line Up!

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Sixteen acts will face off against each other in the Ukrainian selection program for Eurovision 2019. Broadcasters UA:PBC and STB today revealed the acts that will take part in this year’s Vidbir. Among them are some acts who return to the Contest again (Kazka, Tayanna, Laud and Brunetes Shoot Blondes) as well as a host of new performers. Read on to find out who has been selected. 

Ukraine Reveals Initial Details for Vidbir 2019!

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Ukraine Eurovision 2016 JamalaUkraine has used a selection show called Vidbir to select its act and song for Eurovision since 2016. It seemed to work for the nation as it gave them their second ever Eurovision victory with Jamala’s ‘1944’ winning the Contest that year. 2017 and 2018 were also a success with O. Torvald and Melovin making it to the finals with ‘Time’ and ‘Under the Ladder’. This week Ukrainian broadcaster UA:PBC revealed that the selection show will return in 2019 and have given us some of the initial details.

It’s Melovin for Ukraine in 2018!

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The top six acts competing in the Ukrainian national selection show took to the stage tonight in an attempt to impress the judging panel consisting of 2016 winner Jamala, Verka Serduchka’s alter ego Andriy Danylko and music producer Eugene Filatov. When the points were all tallied it was Melovin who was announced as the winner. He will follow in the footsteps of Ruslana and Jamala hoping they can give Ukraine their third victory with ‘Under the Ladder’.