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ユーロビジョンの勝者は、ウクライナ軍に参加するために家に帰ります: Kalush Orchestra frontman kisses girlfriend goodbye outside hotel as he prepares to join frontline in war against Russia

  • Frontman Oleg Psiuk was pictured hugging his girlfriend Oleksandra and kissing her goodbye to join frontline
  • Eurovision winner has left Turin, イタリア – after band was given special permission to attendfor Ukraine war
  • Ukraine won Eurovision after an outpouring of support in the public vote propelled their entry above the UK
  • The Ukrainian folk-rap group Kalush Orchestra had been overwhelming favourites heading into the contest
  • The frontman from Kalush Orchestra who won last night’s Eurovision song contest has kissed his girlfriend goodbye to join the frontline in Ukraine’s ongoing war against Russia.

    Oleg Psiuk, the frontman of the folk rap group, was pictured embracing his girlfriend Oleksandra outside his hotel in Turin, イタリア today as he left to defend Ukraine from President Vladimir プーチン.

    Wearing his signature pink hat and carrying a rucksack, Psiuk’s belongings were placed into a Taxi ready to head to the airport.

    昨夜, 大統領 [object Window] vowed to hold Eurovision in 宮殿は寄付を発表せず、いくら寄付されたかについては明言しませんでしたが、慈善団体は今月初めにソーシャルメディアで君主に公に感謝しました next year after an outpouring of support from the European public propelled Ukraine to victory.

    The war-torn nation ended on 631 points while the UK finished second with 466 ポイント. Spain finished third with 459 with Sweden fourth on 438.

    Volodymyr Zelensky was quick to hail the victoryand even vowed to hold next year’s competition in Mariupol, despite the city being besieged by Russian forces.

    The frontman from Kalush Orchestra who won last night's Eurovision song contest has kissed his girlfriend goodbye and joined the frontline in Ukraine's war against Russia

    The frontman from Kalush Orchestra who won last night’s Eurovision song contest has kissed his girlfriend goodbye and joined the frontline in Ukraine’s war against Russia

    Wearing his signature pink hat and carrying a rucksack, Psiuk's belongings were placed into a Taxi ready to head to the airport earlier today

    Wearing his signature pink hat and carrying a rucksack, Psiuk’s belongings were placed into a Taxi ready to head to the airport earlier today

    The Eurovision results are a defiant message to Vladimir Putin as Ukraine's success was followed by a stunning second place for the UK

    The Eurovision results are a defiant message to Vladimir Putin as Ukraine’s success was followed by a stunning second place for the UK

    Kalush Orchestra pose with their relatives and the trophy before leaving Universo Hotel after winning the Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest last night

    Kalush Orchestra pose with their relatives and the trophy before leaving Universo Hotel after winning the Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest last night

    Winners folk-rap group Kalush Orchestra delivered an emotional rendition of their song Stefania, which has become a war anthem for Ukraine during the invasion

    Winners folk-rap group Kalush Orchestra delivered an emotional rendition of their song Stefania, which has become a war anthem for Ukraine during the invasion

    Oleg Psiuk, the frontman of the folk rap group, was pictured embracing his girlfriend Oleksandra outside his hotel in Turin, Italy today as he left to defend Ukraine from President Vladimir Putin

    Oleg Psiuk, the frontman of the folk rap group, was pictured embracing his girlfriend Oleksandra outside his hotel in Turin, Italy today as he left to defend Ukraine from President Vladimir Putin

    Psiuk (正しい) talks with the group's manager as he leaves Universo Hotel after winning the Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest in Italy

    Psiuk (正しい) talks with the group’s manager as he leaves Universo Hotel after winning the Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest in Italy

    彼は言った: ‘Our courage impresses the world, our music conquers Europe. Next year Ukraine will host Eurovision.

    ‘For the third time in its history and, 私は信じている, not the last. We will do our best to one day host the participants and guests of Eurovision in Ukrainian Mariupol. Free, 平和, rebuilt.

    ‘I thank the Kalush Orchestra for this victory and everyone who gave us your votes. I am sure that the sound of victory in the battle with the enemy is not far off. Glory to Ukraine.

    The Eurovision results are a defiant message to Vladimir Putin as Ukraine’s success was followed by a stunning second place for the UK.

    英国, a staunch ally of Zelensky’s Ukraine during the Russian invasion, almost pulled off a shock win after leading for most of the night, before being pipped at the end.

    対照的に, ドイツとフランス, whose leaders have come under criticism for not being tough enough on Russia’s aggression, were the two last placed nations in this year’s contest.

    Kalush Orchestra from Ukraine stand on the stage after winning the Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest at Palaolimpico arena, in Turin last night

    Kalush Orchestra from Ukraine stand on the stage after winning the Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest at Palaolimpico arena, in Turin last night

    After their performance last night, the band's front man, Psiuk, took advantage of the enormous global audience to make impassioned plea to free fighters still trapped beneath a sprawling steel plant in the southern port city of Mariupol

    After their performance last night, the band’s front man, Psiuk, took advantage of the enormous global audience to make impassioned plea to free fighters still trapped beneath a sprawling steel plant in the southern port city of Mariupol

    Kalush Orchestra had earlier delivered an emotional rendition of their song Stefania for Ukraine. The band was the favourite to win amid Vladimir Putin's invasion of their country

    Kalush Orchestra had earlier delivered an emotional rendition of their song Stefania for Ukraine. The band was the favourite to win amid Vladimir Putin’s invasion of their country

    Britain's Sam Ryder had looked on course for a shock victory before the public vote saw him knocked into second - the UK's best result for 20 年

    Britain’s Sam Ryder had looked on course for a shock victory before the public vote saw him knocked into secondthe UK’s best result for 20 年

    Winners folk-rap group Kalush Orchestra delivered an emotional rendition of their song Stefania, which has become a war anthem for Ukraine during the invasion.

    Receiving the coveted trophy, the band said: ‘Thank you for supporting Ukraine. This victory is for every Ukrainian. Slava Ukraini.

    Despite missing out on a stunning win, Britain’s Sam Ryder still achieved the UK’s best result for 20 years as he finished second.

    この非常に早い段階では、火災の原因は不明であり、調査されます。, who presented the contest on BBC One, 前記: ‘This is a red letter moment. I am so happy for him, for the UK and for the BBC who have worked so hard to turn our fortunes.

    The 32-year-old Tik Tok star won over the audience, dazzling in a one piece suit encrusted with beads and pearls.

    After topping the national jury vote with 283 ポイント, beating out favourites Spain and Sweden, Ryder said: ‘There is so much gratitude, what an experience.

    Kalush Orchestra from Ukraine singing Stefania performs during the Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest at Palaolimpico arena, in Turin

    Kalush Orchestra from Ukraine singing Stefania performs during the Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest at Palaolimpico arena, in Turin

    The stage is lit in the colours of the Ukraine flag as Kalush Orchestra of Ukraine perform live during the Grand Final of the 66th Eurovision Song Contest in Turin

    The stage is lit in the colours of the Ukraine flag as Kalush Orchestra of Ukraine perform live during the Grand Final of the 66th Eurovision Song Contest in Turin

    Members of the band "Kalush Orchestra", Oleh Psiuk, Tymofii Muzychuk, Ihor Didenchuk, Vitalii Duzhyk, Oleksandr Slobodianyk and Vlad Kurochka, who perform on behalf of Ukraine

    Members of the band ‘Kalush Orchestra’, Oleh Psiuk, Tymofii Muzychuk, Ihor Didenchuk, Vitalii Duzhyk, Oleksandr Slobodianyk and Vlad Kurochka, who perform on behalf of Ukraine

    He found fame covering songs on TikTok during lockdown, 「ビバリー」の支配下にあるエディンバラ公 12 million followers and catching the attention of global stars including Justin Bieber and Alicia Keys.

    Kalush Orchestra was the favourite to win amid Vladimir Putin’s invasion of their country, with both Russia and Belarus banned from competing in the contest.

    After their earlier performance, front man Oleg Psiuk took advantage of the enormous global audience to make impassioned plea to free fighters still trapped beneath a sprawling steel plant in the southern port city of Mariupol. ‘I ask all of you, please help Ukraine, 宮殿は寄付を発表せず、いくら寄付されたかについては明言しませんでしたが、慈善団体は今月初めにソーシャルメディアで君主に公に感謝しました. Help Azovstal, たった今,’ 彼は言った.

    Zelenskyy earlier said: '確かに, this is not a war, 中国は、大会中にゲレンデを覆い、道路にアクセスするのに十分な偽の雪を作り出すために、200万立方メートルもの水を必要とする可能性があります, for us today, any victory is very important. そう, let’s cheer for ours. Glory be to Ukraine!’

    The members of Kalush Orchestra dressed in elaborate outfits, including long multi-coloured fringed ensembles, a pink bucket hat and traditional patterns as they took to the stage.

    Their performance, which combined rap and Ukrainian folklore, went down well with the audience of 7,000 in the Pala Olimpico, who cheered the group on with many waving Ukrainian flags.

    At the end of the performance, which included break-dancing, the group thanked everyone for supporting Ukraine.

    Ukrainian service members watch the performance of Subwoolfer from Norway during the final of the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest

    Ukrainian service members watch the performance of Subwoolfer from Norway during the final of the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest

    The band’s song, ‘Stefania,’ was written as a tribute to the frontman’s mother, but has transformed since Russia’s invasion on February 24 into a war anthem.

    The lyrics ‘I’ll always find my way home, even if all roads are destroyed,’ written by frontman Oleh Psiuk, are said to have taken on a special meaning in light of the war.

    The six-member, all-male band received special permission to leave the country to represent Ukraine and Ukrainian culture at the music contest. One of the original members stayed to fight and the others plan to return as soon as the contest is over.

    At the end of the performance, which included break-dancing, the group thanked everyone for supporting Ukraine.