Wolves, witches and rapping Ukrainians compete for Eurovision title

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Ukraine's Kalush Orchestra is heavily tipped for victory amid an outpouring of empathy in Europe for the country's plight. The joy of Eurovision is in the camp and the clowning, although the nearly three-month war in Ukraine hangs heavily over festivities. Italy hopes the gay-themed love song will bring it a second consecutive Eurovision win.
Wolves, witches and rapping Ukrainians compete for Eurovision title
7 days ago·France

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Wolves, Witches And Rapping Ukrainians Compete For Eurovision Title

Wolves, witches and rapping Ukrainians compete for Eurovision title

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Wolves, witches and rapping Ukrainians compete for Eurovision title

Will it be Norway's banana-eating wolves, France's coven of witches or Britain's space man?Or maybe a Greek with a death wish, a slinky Lithuanian chanteuse with a jet-black bowl cut or a Serbian germaphobe?The line-up for Saturday's grand finale of the Eurovision Song Contest is typically outlandish, but with the roars of war on the continent's eastern front, a hiphop lullaby from Ukraine is the song to beat.Riding a wave of public support foll…

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Wolves, witches and rapping Ukrainians compete for Eurovision title

Will it be Norway's banana-eating wolves, France's coven of witches or Britain's space man?

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