Ukraine in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest

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Ukraine
Ukraine
Member station NTU
National selection events Junior Eurovision
Appearances
Appearances 9
First appearance 2006
Best result 1st: 2012
Worst result Last: 2010
External links
NTU Page
Ukraine's page at Eurovision.tv

Ukraine took part in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest for the first time in 2006. Their best result came in Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2012 when Anastasiya Petryk won for Ukraine with Nebo. Her sister Viktoria Petryk came 2nd at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2008 with Matrosy.

It was announced in June 2008 that Ukraine has been selected to host the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in 2009. The 2009 Contest was held at the Palace of Sports in Kiev on 21 November 2009. On November 30 2013 Ukraine will once again host the competition, this time at Palace "Ukraine" in Kiev. So on Kiev is the first city to host the contest twice, while Ukraine was then the second country after the Netherlands to host the competition twice. After Kim-Lian van der Meij from the Netherlands, Timur Miroshnychenko was the second person to host Junior Eurovision twice, this time along with Zlata Ognevich.

Contestants[edit]

Anastasiya Petryk. Winner of Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2012
Interview of Sympho-Nick for kidsmusic.info at Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2014
Table key
  Winner
  Second place
  Third place
  Last place
Year Artist Language Title Place Points
2006 Nazar Slyusarchuk Ukrainian "Khlopchyk Rock 'n' Roll"
(Хлопчик рок 'н' ролл)
9 58
2007 Ilona Galitska Ukrainian "Urok hlamuru"
(Урок гламуру)
9 56
2008 Viktoria Petryk Ukrainian "Matrosy"
(Матроси)
2 135
2009 Andranik Alexanyan Ukrainian "Try topoli, try surmy"
(Три тополі, три сурми)
5 89
2010 Yulia Gurska Ukrainian "Miy litak"
(Мій літак)
14 28
2011 Kristall Ukrainian, English "Yevropa"
(Європа)
11 42
2012 Anastasiya Petryk Ukrainian, English "Nebo"
(Небо)
1 138
2013 Sofia Tarasova Ukrainian, English "We Are One" 2 121
2014 Sympho-Nick Ukrainian, English "Pryyde vesna"
(Прийде весна)
6 74

Voting history[edit]

As of 2013, Ukraine's voting history is as follows:

Hostings[edit]

Year Location Venue Presenters
2009 Kiev Palace of Sports Ani Lorak & Timur Miroshnychenko
2013 Kiev Palace "Ukraine" Zlata Ognevich & Timur Miroshnychenko

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