Ukrainian Eurovision pop duo selected in live program from air-raid shelter

    Ukrainian electronic music band Tvorchi

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    The duo’s Andrew Hutsuliak and Jeffery Kenny speak with the media after their win (Picture: EPA/Gennady Minchenko)

    Ukraine has actually selected its entry for next year’s Eurovision Song Contest– in a live competitors held inside an air-raid shelter.

    Pop duo Tvorchi thrived with their tune Heart of Steel in the four-hour contest, which happened in an underground city station in Kyiv.

    The website likewise doubles up as a shelter throughout Russian air raids– and television protection was sometimes disrupted by the noise of trains passing.

    Winning band member Andrew Hutsuliak stated: ‘We will try to do everything to present Ukraine with dignity. We didn’ t believe we ‘d win however we wish to state thank you to everybody who supported us, who listens to our music and who are battling on the cutting edge.’

    Ten acts completed after organisers trimmed 400 tune entries.

    It follows the nation’s Kalush Orchestra won the contest previously this year– Ukraine’s 3rd time coming leading in the competitors.

    Ukrainian electronic music band Tvorchi

    Tvorchi will perform their tune Heart of Steel reside in Liverpool next year (Picture: EPA/Gennady Minchenko)

    Traditionally, the winning nation hosts the list below year’s program. But due to Russia’s intrusion of Ukraine, the competitors on May 13 next year will be kept in Liverpool after the UK’s Sam Ryder came 2nd.

    The 37 nations participating have up until completion of March to verify their tunes and artists for the contest.

    The BBC and music publishing business TaP Music will select the UK’s tune entry for 2023 in the brand-new year.

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