Ukraine: These artists are rumoured for Vidbir 2022!

As it was announced last year, STB will no longer be involved with Ukraine’s participation in the Eurovision Song Contest. Later UA:PBC revealed that it would broadcast everything Eurovision-related without private broadcasters’ support and on its own

A couple of weeks ago, Suspilne has also announced that about 53 applications have been received to compete in the national selection of Ukraine – Vidbir.

According to Muzvar, this year’s Vidbir is expected to surprise us with the new format and new faces. The portal has gathered some exclusive and confirmed information about those who have already submitted and will apply for the national selection.

These are the names of the rumoured artists:

  • Wellboy – TBA
  • ROXOLANA – Girlzzzz
  • hurtom – Sobor
  • GORIM! – Neverending
  • Cloudless – TBA
  • Michael Soul – TBA
  • LAURA MARTI – Nezalezhna
  • SOWA – Free Love
  • Nazar YA – TBA
  • Sofia Ivanko – Casino
  • Sofia Shanti – TBA
  • Eria – Mavka
  • IDXO – CBY
  • Uliana Royce – TBA
  • Alina Pash – TBA

Wellboy‘s song is similar to the last two singles they had. ROXOLANA‘s song ‘Girlzzzz’ is a ‘joyful’ ethno-pop and will be released on January 21. hurtom have insightful vocals and beautiful lyrics, their entry is already on Spotify. GORIM!‘s song is an ‘electronic-dance’. Cloudless‘ song is expected to premiere around January 20-30. Michael Soul‘s song is described as very ‘eurovision-ish’. LAURA MARTI has an alternative jazz written by Kazka’s member – Dmytro Mazuryak. It was released on January 1. According to the speculations, Sowa‘s song is LGBTQ+-friendly. TONKA has indietronica from ‘Masterskaya’ label. Nazar Ya has a cool dance melody. Sofia Ivanko‘s song ‘Casion’ is already out on Youtube. Sofia Shanti‘s song has R’n’B vibe. IDXO‘s is something that would make you dance. Uliana Royce‘s song is written by Artem Pivovarov. According to the portal, Alina Pash has a very interesting material and her song has probably not been released yet.


Eria‘s song ‘Mavka’ is an ethno-pop just like her 2018 entry. Here’s the teaser:

On January 24, the artists for Vidbir will officially be revealed.The selection will take place in February.

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Ukraine: Go_A’s song has already been chosen| It’s going to be released in March.

A few minutes ago, the official Twitter account of Ukraine at the Eurovision Song Contest tweeted that the jury has already selected the song with which Go_A will fly the Ukrainian flag in Rotterdam in May 2021. It’s release is expected to take place in March. The band cast three songs through which the entry was chosen.

The Ukrainian panel of the jury consists of 5 members:

  • Jamala, Eurovision 2016 winner
  • Evgeny Filaton, Μember of The Maneken band
  • Ruslan Kvinta, Music Porducer
  • Yarloslav Lodigin, UA:PBC Council Member
  • Dmitry Khorkin, UA:PBC Council Member


Ukraine: On February 22, its representative at ESC 2020 – all details of Vidbir 2020

Like every year, Ukraine will choose its representative at the Eurovision Song Contest through a national selection , the well-known Vidbir. Earlier today, the national broadcaster UA: PBC revealed the dates regarding the procedure and some new changes to the rules.

According to the channel’s announcement, all the interested artists and composers can submit their application starting today until December 25th via the link that can be found HERE.

Moreover, due to the country’s withdrawal from the previous contest in Tel Aviv, the UA: PBC has explicitly stated that: nominated artists, who may be singers or groups, should not have performed in Russia since 2014 , they should not have scheduled any future appearances in that country during the contest while artists who have stepped on Crimean territory are not allowed to apply at all.

As in previous years, Vidbir 2020 will be broadcasted by the private STB channel , the show will be produced by Ruslan Quinta and Natalia Franchuk and will. be hosted by Sergey Pritula while STB will be funding the winner and country’s representative.

Vidbir 2020 will have three live shows, two semifinals, on February 8th and 11th, and the Grand Final on February the 22nd.

Last year, we all remember MARUV winning the  Vidbir 2019 with the song titled”Siren” but eventually failed to fly to  Tel Aviv due to her entry’s conflict with UBC rules, which resulted in Ukraine’s  withdrawal from Eurovision 2019.