He sang for his native Belarus at Eurovision 2015, ultimately placing 12th in his semi-final.
And despite not making the final, “Time” singer Uzari clearly gained a lot of confidence from that experience, as he proved during his recent blind audition on “Holos Krainy” — Ukraine’s version of the international singing franchise The Voice.
During his audition, Uzari — real name Yuri Navrotsky — managed to entice judge and Eurovision 2006 singer Tina Karol to turn her chair
He sang Adam Lambert’s Ghost Town and absolutely nailed it, combining on-point vocals with some funky, sass-fueled dancing.
Tina, who took Sergey Lazarev’s place as a judge last season, asked Uzari why he decided to compete in Ukraine.
He responded: “It is interesting to be in a country like this.”
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