Eurovision 2023: Ukraine’s second rehearsal!

Time for last year’s winning country Ukraine to take the stage. TVORCHI are ready to have their second rehearsal at the M&S Bank Arena stage!

Who are TVORCHI?

Formed in 2018 by the producer Andrii Hutsuliak and the vocalist Jimoh Ausustus Kehinde,TVORCHI is a electonic music male duo from Ukraine. They met while studying at at the Faculty of Pharmacy of Ternopil National Medical University and have managed to become a well-known name in the music industry of Ukraine. After many attempts, TVORCHI won Vidbir 2023 and therefore represent the country in this years contest which is held in Liverpool, on behalf of Ukraine.

The rehearsal

Unfortunately this year, accredited journalists don’t get the chance to watch the first and second rehearsals, so we only get the information and content that the organizers officially release to the public through and the official social media accounts of the contest.

Chloe Hashemi / EBU

The song is an R&B powerful track that speaks for those who are unbreakable no matter what they face in life. Four led boxes are on the stage while Andrii and Jimoh are accompanied by two dancers. The song has had a revamp, with strings being added at the last part of the song. During this section, flames are added in the stage performance. Only change after the first rehearsal is regarding outfit, with Andrii wearing a a black trouser suit with silver detailing on the top half, instead of the giant metallic coat he wore in the first. Overall it is a very dynamic and polished performance.

Sarah Louisse Bennett / EBU

Tonight, after the completion of all the second rehearsals of the Big 6, a recap video will be released with 30-second snippets of the performances, giving us a glimpse of how the acts will look on stage.

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