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Friday, October 21, 2016

Ukraine took place: the winners of the second semifinal of “Eurovision-2016” named in Stockholm

Viewers and national juries international music contest determined the final composition of participants of “Eurovision-2016”, which already tomorrow will fight for the victory on the stage of the Stockholm sports-concert complex “Globen”.

Among the ten lucky finalists of the second semi-final was also the singer from Ukraine of the Crimean Tatar origin Jamala. “Company” she was representing Australia, Belgium, Bulgaria, Georgia, Israel, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Serbia.

By the way, around the “Ukrainian national team” on this year’s “Eurovision” was an emotional outburst. The song “1944,” which will play in the final of Jamal, not romantic, and highly politicized. It is dedicated to the deportation of the Crimean Tatars during the great Patriotic war. Earlier, the European broadcasting Union has demanded has demanded that the Ukrainian side to abandon the politicization of the competition and to restrain themselves during official events, what jealously will watch the contest organizers.

Recall that represents the Russian singer Sergey Lazarev has got the right to fight for the victory in a musical contest back on may 10, in the first semifinal. The top ten finalists, in addition to Russia, included representatives of Austria, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Hungary, the Netherlands, Cyprus, Malta, Croatia and the Czech Republic.

So, on may 14 on stage at Globen” for victory in competition “Eurovision 2016” will fight performers from 26 countries. 6 countries were in that list and drop off times outside of the semi-finals is the country’s “big five” – the founders and the main sponsors of the Eurovision – the UK, Germany, Spain, Italy, and France, as well as hosting last year’s winner Denmark. They will join 20 performers, winning two semi-finals.

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