Leila Ismailava

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Leila Ismailava
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Photograph by Rodelio Astudillo
Native name Belarusian: Лейла́ Рызва́наўна Ісмаілава
Born Leila Ryzvanauna Ismailava
(1989-07-28) 28 July 1989 (age 25)
Minsk, BSSR, Soviet Union
Nationality Belarusian
Alma mater Belarusian State University
Occupation Journalist, model
Years active 2010 →
Known for Leading music TV programs
Notable work Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2010 (presenter)
Home town Minsk
Television Belarus-1
Title Presenter
Term 2010–2012
Awards Belarusian National Television Reward 2011: The Best Presenter of the Musical and Entertaining Shows

Leila Ryzvanauna Ismailava (Belarusian: Лейла́ Рызва́наўна Ісмаілава; born 28 July 1989) is a Belarusian journalist leading music TV programs, model. In particular, was host the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2010, which was held in Minsk (together with Dzianis Kurian), Leila was the spokesman of the Belarusian voting in the Eurovision Song Contest 2011, and has been leading the national selection in Belarus for Eurovision 2012.

In 2006 Leila finished Lyceum of the Belarusian State University (history form), then she graduated from the Institute of Journalism of the Belarusian State University (audiovisual journalism, diploma with honour, the best alumna 2011).[1]


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Preceded by
Ukraine Ani Lorak and Timur Miroshnychenko
Junior Eurovision Song Contest presenter
(with Dzianis Kurian)
Succeeded by
Armenia Gohar Gasparyan and Avet Barseghyan