Ukraine, the big winner of Eurovision and the heart of the audience


The Kallush Orchestra won their victory on Saturday evening in Turin, Italy. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky welcomed his country’s victory.

The directions were saying it right. Ukraine, the top candidate, won the 66th Eurovision Song Contest, which was held on Saturday evening in Turin, Italy. The nickname “Stefania”, a mixture of traditional vocals and rap, won the most, but after the professional voices, everything was not decided for the Kalush Orchestra group, which was still far from the first place. Viewer ratings changed everything. The latter, in fact, awarded 439 points to Ukraine. He had never seen one like him. After that, the country only jumped in the rankings, leaving few chances for its comrades at the head of the peloton. Ukraine won with 631 points, far ahead of the United Kingdom (466 points), Spain (459 points) and Sweden (438 points). After those in 2004 and 2016, Ukraine can add a third title to its list.

I would like to thank all Ukrainians, the Ukrainian diaspora and all of them Those who voted for Ukraine around the world and helped us achieve this victoryKalosh Orchestra singer Ole Psiouk said at the post-final press conference. This victory is very important for Ukraine, especially this year. Thank you from my heart. Glory to Ukraine.

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