In the Eurovision Song Contest 2016, Russia finished in third place with ‘You are the only one‘ by Sergey Lazarev. The singer took part in 2019 again, and finished in third place again. A disappointment for the superstar.
Performing well in the jury vote is clearly important to Russia in this Eurovision. Sergey Lazarev lost the Eurovision 2016 trophy because of the jury vote, and Philip Kirkorov wants to make sure this does not happen again.
Sergey Lazarev learned a clear lesson from his previous Eurovision participation. “You have to enjoy yourself on stage. Don’t look at the betting, don’t think about the voting.”
The song that superstar Sergey Lazarev will perform on behalf of Russia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 is called ‘Scream’. Check out the ballad, composed by a familiar dream team, in this article.
Sergey Lazarev has been selected by Channel One to once again represent Russia. The broadcaster confirmed that Lazarev will have an official presentation, that will air on the 9th of February.
The semi finals of the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 had a couple of shock exits. Greece and Armenia failed to qualify for the final for the second time in history and Azerbaijan, Russia and Romania even had to suffer that fate for the very first [read more…]
Russia’s representative Yulia Samoylova was not happy with her vocal performance today. Dmitry Melnikov, member of the Russian delegation, stated this in an interview with ESCDaily. “She is not Céline Dion. She is a singer in a weelchair.”
Russia has released Yulia Samoylova’s Eurovision song. Its title is ‘I Won’t Break’. Russia will take part in 2018 after a years absence from the contest.
Yulia Samoylova will represent Russia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018. According to the well-informed Eurovision-website ESCKAZ.com, she already picked her song for Lisbon. UPDATE: The news has been confirmed by the EBU.
Russian broadcaster Channel One has confirmed that the EBU failed to resolve the issues surrounding the ban of their artist Yulia Samoylova. Therefore Russia is not able to take part in the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 in Kiev.