Ukraine national Eurovision finals

People in the Six on Stage database who have taken part in Ukraine national finals for the Eurovision Song Contest. This includes songwriters, jury members, hosts, spokespeople and performers. Only competitive national finals are included.

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Appearances by year for Ukraine national Eurovision finals

EntryNamed artists
Demons by Michael Soul
Stefania by Kalush Orchestra
Solovey by Go_A
Lelya by Tayanna
Syla by Illaria
Under The Ladder by Melovin
I Love You by Tayanna
O, mamo! by Salto Nazad
Thank You For My Way by Illaria
Time by O.Torvald
Wonder by Melovin
1944 by Jamala
Crown by Alloise
I Am Free Now by Anastasiya Prihodko
I'm Alive by Illaria
Tick-Tock by Mariya Yaremchuk
Get Real with My Heart by Eduard Romanyuta
Gravity by Zlata Ognevich
Imagine by Mariya Yaremchuk
Be My Guest by Gaitana
I'll Never Let Go by Eduard Romanyuta
Action by Anastasiya Prihodko
Angel by Mika Newton
Berega by Eduard Romanyuta
Smile by Jamala
The kukushka by Zlata Ognevich
Tiny Island by Zlata Ognevich
To be free by Alyosha
Be My Valentine by Svetlana Loboda
Silence by Eduard Romanyuta
Za tebe znov by Anastasiya Prihodko
Dancing by Verka Serduchka
I Am Your Queen by Tina Karol
Another Little Shot by Ani Lorak
Mojet bit da by Tetyana Liberman
Razom nas bahato by Greenjolly
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