The winners of the Ukrainian national selection for Eurovision 2020 was a group Go_A. Singer Ekaterina Pavlenko and multiinstrumentalist Taras Shevchenko said in an interview with TSN, how are you preparing for the music contest.
“First we sign the contract with “Susplan” and then figure out what to do next,” – jokingly said the soloist of the group.
The winners of the national selection “Go_A”, a screenshot from the video
Participants were told that their competition number is different from the one that the group showed in the national selection.
“Well, we read the comments and a lot of people write “Why did you remove traffic? Please return movement” So we are now thinking to return the dance back”, – said the soloist.
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Earlier it was reported that the winners of the National selection for Eurovision 2020 group “Go_A” said that will not communicate with the Russian media propaganda, and not associating himself with Hitler. It is reported by telegram-channel “PavlovskyNews”. As it turned out, social media users suggested that the band’s name means “forward, Adolf (Hitler)”, supposedly it refers to the fact that the perpetrators are sympathetic to the Nazis and even the costumes were chosen in red and black colors.
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As reported Know. ua, Go-A ukrainiziruet the Eurovision song contest.
Also Know As. ua wrote that the winners of the national selection “Go_A” refused to communicate with Rossm and commented on the gossip about the band’s name.
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