eurovision 2016

Ukrainian Cabinet approves plan of measures to prepare for Eurovision 2017 in Kyiv

According to Interfax-Ukraine, the government made the corresponding decision at a meeting on Tuesday. First Deputy Minister of Culture Svitlana Fomenko noted the draft regulation was designed to perform the order to prepare for the contest. Ukraine won the right to hold Eurovision

Ukrainian President congratulated Jamala on victory at Eurovision song contest

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko wrote on Twitter congratulations to Jamala after he personally greeted Ukrainian singer, reports. “ personally congratulated Jamala on her winning. All Ukrainian people spoke to the world with her voice tonight! Truth won, as always!”

Ukraine’s Jamala wins Eurovision 2016

Ukrainian singer Jamala has won Eurovision 2016 song contest on Saturday night at the Stockholm's Globe Arena. Her song 1944 about mass deportation of Crimean Tatars by the Soviet Regime scored 534 points, reports. Congratulations to Jamala! Australian

Watch online: Eurovision 2016 Grand Final

"I expect that my song will stay in the hearts of millions after tonight's show," Jamala told to, reports. "This is very important experience for me. I'm so impressed with the highest level of organization and sense of humor at

Ahead of Grand Finale of Eurovision 2016 bookmakers consider Ukraine’s odds at 9/2

After yesterday’s performance at the 2nd semi-final of Eurovision song contest in Stockholm, Ukrainian singer Jamala with her entry 1944 is considered to take the third place with odds of 9/2, reports with reference to the Huffington Post. But Russia’s

Ukrainian singer Jamala won Eurostory Award 2016 for best line in her Eurovision song

Ukrainian singer Jamala won the Eurostory Award 2016 for the line “You think you are gods, but everyone dies” in her song ‘1944.’ A new Eurovision-related site, online magazine about the Eurovision song contest, awarded Jamala with Eurostory Award

Eurovision 2016: Jamala to perform at Grand Final on May 14

Ukrainian singer of Crimean Tatar descent Jamala, performing her song  ‘1944’ on Thursday night, has become the fifth of the 10 finalists after the second semi-final round of the Eurovision 2016 song contest in Stockholm, Sweden, reports with reference to

Eurovision 2016: Ukraine’s Jamala to perform her song 1944 at 2nd semi-final in Stockholm tonight

"During my performance, there will be a tree that will supposedly sprout from my singing. It will sprout on stage, and it will shine. This is very symbolic… because both Ukraine and Crimea will overcome all suffering that we are facing," Jamala

European Broadcasting Union: Jamala’s song ‘1944’ representing Ukraine at Eurovision 2016 does not contain political speech

Today Jamala wrote on her Facebook page that “the Reference Group of the European Broadcasting Union has concluded that the title and lyrics of the song ‘1944’ do not contain political speech and don’t breach the rules of the contest,”