DJ Pasha

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Pavlo Shylko (DJ Pasha) is a Ukrainian radio[1] and television presenter. He co-hosted the 2005 Eurovision Song Contest with Maria Efrosinina (Masha).[2] His career began around 1996 as a radio DJ for the Ukrainian radio station Gala Radio.

He is a polyglot, speaking Ukrainian, Russian, English, Polish, Spanish and French.[citation needed]

He wrote the song for Ukraine in the Eurovision Song Contest 2006 - Show Me Your Love performed by Tina Karol. On the UK's BBC coverage of the semi-final, Pavlo was seen celebrating after hearing this song had gone through to the final. In the final, it had received 145 points, pushing it into 7th place. In addition he arranged Ukrainian commentary on the 2003 contest, the 2006 contest and the Fiftieth Anniversary Special.

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  1. ^ "TNMK to teach English". KyivPost. October 25, 2006. 
  2. ^ "Hosts 'on schedule' for Eurovision". BBC News. April 18, 2005. 
Preceded by
Turkey Meltem Cumbul & Korhan Abay
Eurovision Song Contest presenter
(with Maria Efrosinina)
2005
Succeeded by
Greece Sakis Rouvas & Maria Menounos