The organizers of the Moscow pre-party of the international song contest “Eurovision” was invited to the singer Maruv, as it became known from the message of TASS, which cites the comment of the producer of the event Dmitry Melnikov.
Melnikov said: “We have invited the Ukrainian party to Maruv immediately after the announcement of her victory in the national selection. Regardless of the decision of the Ukrainian TV channel to withdraw it from the contest, we will be happy to see her at the pre-party, our invitation”.
According to him, the singer loved the Eurovision fans and videos of her performances were properly assessed, as evidenced by the huge number of views.
It should be noted that the Freedom Jazz trio, which was awarded second place in the National selection for song contest, refused to go to him instead of MARUV what musicians themselves wrote on his page in Facebook. The message says: “Maybe, sometime, we will again try their forces in the national selection … But as soon as we got a call from NTU and would like to inform that refuse to participate in Eurovision-2019”. As for the third place, it took a group of KAZKA.
We will remind, earlier it was noted that Maruv commented on the relationship with Sergei Lazarev, and also said that he had received from the National selection to the international competition a lot of positive emotions, and also wrote another cool song.
As reported by the portal “Znayu” the situation in the national selection for Eurovision-2019 has spawned a lively debate on the network. Many users even suggested boycotting the contest this year and encourage all finalists to refuse to participate and not be a “fallback”. Your comment about it decided to leave the farm. The singer supported Maruv and made a surprise announcement about the contest.
Also “Znayu” I wrote that Andrey Danilko convinced that Eurovision should not give up and told it to go. He proposed an interesting scheme is to offer to go to the competition’s second finalist, and in case of his refusal, the third and so on until someone doesn’t agree.