a musicianPictures of Timur Mirosnichenko flying from a basement Eurovision Songfestival From the comments, Around the World earlier this week. So it was an amazing picture to say the least. But necessary, says the presenter “Qmusic”. “Unfortunately, Russia has not given us a timetable for the air strikes.”
“It is clear that we should not be in the basement all the time, only during air raids,” Timur Miroshnychenko explains in the program “Qmusic.” Unfortunately, Russia has not given us a timetable. That’s why he introduced the Eurovision Song Contest from the dugout as a precaution. “Because of safety measures, but also so that we are not interrupted during the broadcast. This is necessary, because yesterday the sirens went off ten minutes before the show started. So it was a good decision to serve from the bunker.”
However, Miroschnychenko and his team believe it is important to do so. The song contest seems to be a beacon of hope for us. “We have to live, we have to keep doing what we did before.” He also says it is good to watch the Eurovision Song Contest. “It feels really good. We see that there are Ukrainian flags in the square that the performers are photographing with them. And we discover some hidden signals from the organizers. Just look at the uniform of presenter Mika: in the first semi-final he was wearing a blue jacket, in the second a yellow jacket. For us this is a sign Clear: “We support you. At first we thought we were alone in this war, but now we really feel that the whole civilized world supports us.”
It is not yet certain whether Ukraine – as many bookmakers predicted – will win the match, according to Miroshchenko. “You never know, it’s a competition and there always will be a lot of good songs. Your Jeremy for example. I thought his performance was better than the second semi-final. And I like your entries anyway, you have a great music industry.”
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