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Ukraine in the Eurovision Song Contest

Ukraine 2021 Revamp Reaction

Watch our Ukraine Eurovision 2021 revamp reaction and let us know what you think about this song in the comments! 

Ukraine 2021 Reaction

Watch our Ukraine Eurovision 2021 reaction and let us know what you think about this song in the comments! 

Ukraine in Eurovision

Watch this episode of our Euro-play series, and let us know what you think about Ukraine in Eurovision! 

Ukraine 2020 Reaction

Watch our Ukraine Eurovision 2020 reaction and let us know what you think about this song in the comments! 

Ukraine 2019 Reaction

Watch our Ukraine Eurovision 2019 reaction and let us know what you think about this song in the comments! 

Euro-play 2021 Results

Your 2 most favourite songs from Ukraine in Eurovision are

Wild Dances by Ruslana(2004) with 15.8% of the votes

And Dancing Lasha Tumbai by Verka Serduchka(2007) with 15.8% of the votes as well

And 1944 by Jamala(2016) follows them with 15.2% of the votes

Listen to your most favourite songs!

Ukraine

Ukraine has participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 15 times since making its debut in 2003. They first won the contest in 2004 with “Wild Dances” by Ruslana, and won again in 2016 with the song “1944” by Jamala, to become the first Eastern European country to win the contest twice. Ukraine hosted the 2005 and 2017 contests in Kyiv. As of 2019, only Ukraine and Australia have a 100% semifinal qualification rate in Eurovision Since the introduction of the semifinal round in 2004, Ukraine and Australia are the only countries outside the Big 5 to have qualified for the final of every Eurovision they have competed in (Ukraine were absent in 2015 and 2019 and Australia did not participate until 2015; also 2020 contest was cancelled). Ukraine has a total of six top five placements, with Verka Serduchka (2007) and Ani Lorak (2008) both finishing second, Zlata Ognevich third (2013), and Mika Newton fourth (2011). The only countries with more top five results in the 21st century are Sweden (12) and Russia (11).