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How old is Ruslana?

How old is Ruslana?

48 years (May 24, 1973)

When Ruslana won Eurovision?

Ruslana was internally selected by the NTU to represent Ukraine at the Eurovision Song Contest 2004. Before the contest, she was a hot favorite for victory by the bookmakers. At the Eurovision Song Contest 2004, she performed her self-composed song, Wild Dances and won the contest receiving 280 points.

Who won Eurovision 2004?

Eurovision Song Contest 2004/Winners

The winner was Ukraine with the song “Wild Dances”, performed by Ruslana who wrote it with Oleksandr Ksenofontov (her husband). This was Ukraine’s first victory in the contest, after only 1 year of participation. Serbia and Montenegro, Greece, Turkey and Cyprus rounded out the top five.

How many times Ukraine won Eurovision?

Ukraine has participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 16 times since making its debut in 2003. Ukraine has won the contest twice: in 2004 with “Wild Dances” by Ruslana, and in 2016 with the song “1944” by Jamala, thus becoming the first Eastern European country to win the contest twice.

What happened to Ruslana?

On 28 June 2008, at around 2:30 p.m., Korshunova died after falling from the ninth-floor balcony of her apartment at 130 Water Street in the Financial District of Manhattan, USA. Police stated there were no signs of a struggle in her apartment and concluded that Korshunova’s death was an apparent suicide.

Who won Eurovision 2002?

Marija Naumova
Eurovision Song Contest 2002/Winners
There was no clear favorite among the 24 countries competing. Sweden, Germany and the host country Estonia were tipped as winners, but it was Marie N (Marija Naumova) who lifted the trophy.

Who won Eurovision 2003?

Sertab Erener
Eurovision Song Contest 2003/Winners
The winner was Turkey with the song “Everyway That I Can”, performed by Sertab Erener who wrote it with Demir Demirkan. This was Turkey’s first victory in the contest, in 28 years of participation.

Who won Eurovision 2000?

Olsen Brothers
Eurovision Song Contest 2000/Winners
The winner was Denmark with the song “Fly on the Wings of Love”, performed by the Olsen Brothers and written by the oldest brother Jørgen Olsen.

Who won Eurovision 2009?

Alexander Rybak
Eurovision Song Contest 2009/Winners