Ukraine’s Vidbir 2020 brought a variety of music genres to the stage. And after two semi-finals, the excitement is about to reach its peak with Saturday’s grand final.
This Eurovision 2020 national final is giving us a diverse field of contestants. But now it’s time to pick your winner!
Vidbir 2020: The Finalists
Jerry Heil’s semi-final one performance was all about the bold and extravagant. The animated background had a sign titled “Welcome Las Vegans” accompanied by vegetables resembling landmarks from the famous gambling city. That makes sense given that her song is about veganism. Her two dancers wore body suits and helped her perform the choreography. No meat in sight…
Maryna Krutь delivered a classy performance of “99” in semi one. With the support of animated background images, the song almost takes you on a spiritual journey. Her bandura adds a unique touch. She received critical acclaim from the jurors.
Go_A delivered a sharp and spot-on performance. “Solovey” came with thoughtful graphics that matched the sonic progression. Their remarkable voices also helped the group receive strong support from both the jury and the televoters.
Khayat dropped some fierce high-art visuals for his semi two performance. It seemed like something from outer space. There was great interaction between the dancers and the camera work.
TVORCHI showed off some impressive vocals in the second semi. At times, the lyrics appeared on screen, creating direct interaction with the audience. Based on YouTube views, it’s one of the favorites to win Saturday’s final.
David Axelrod had some dancers on stage – they were dressed in white wearing wings. The performance was effortless and the LED created some nice images.
Poll: Who should win Ukraine’s Vidbir 2020?
Who should win Ukraine’s Eurovision selection? Vote for your favourite in our poll. You can vote for as many acts as you like. But you can only vote one time. So make it count!