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Ukraine will send Anastasia Dymyd to Nice

01 October 2023 at 19:33 CEST
Anastasia Dymyd will represent Ukraine in Nice at Junior Eurovision
Anastasia Dymyd has won UA:PBC’s national final with the song ‘Kvitka’ (English translation: ‘Flower’) and will represent Ukraine in Nice at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest on Sunday 26 November.

She fought off strong competition from four other young artists: POLINA BABIY, Anastasia Bielibova, Denis Hryshchuk, and 3’beauties.

Anastasia Dymyd topped the scoreboard

The show was hosted by the legendary commentator Timur Miroshnychenko and singer and presenter Anna Tulieva.

The results were determined by a 50/50 public vote/jury split, with TV presenter Ihor Kondratyuk, singer-songwriter Jerry Heil, and rapper and songwriter Alyona Alyona sitting on the jury.

Anastasia Dymyd will represent Ukraine at Junior Eurovision in Nice Anastasiia Mantach

Nine-year-old Anastasia Dymyd is from the village of Hoshiv, in the Ivano-Frankivsk region of Ukraine, and in a recent interview said she seeks to bring joy to people and hopes that her voice leaves a mark in the hearts of her audience.

Anastasia Dymyd

Anastasia dreams of becoming a world-famous singer, strives for self-improvement and experiments musically because she is convinced that the creative process is all about constant self-development.

‘I have been working hard for this moment all my life!’ said Anastasia.