Junior Eurovision in Nice is now less than a month away. In the lead-up to the start of rehearsals, we will get to know a bit more about this year’s artists, their discography, and their Junior Eurovision journey so far. Next up, we will preview Ukraine’s 2023 representative, Anastasia Dymyd.
Anastasia Dymyd’s Junior Eurovision Journey So Far…
Singer Anastasia Dymyd was chosen to represent Ukraine at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2023 following via a national final. Anastasia will represent Ukraine with the song “Kvitka”. Following on from her national final win, Anastasia’s song will be revamped for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Nice.
What do we think of “Kvitka”
The team at That Eurovision Site have reacted to Ukraine’s entry for Nice. Shiloh gave his thoughts on “Kvitka”, which you can check out here:
Who is Anastasia Dymyd?
Fourth grader Anastasia Dymyd hails from Hoshiv, in the Ivano-Franivsk area of Ukraine. Anastasia may be young however has already won award for her talent. Earlier on this year Anastasia won an award for the “Best Modern Folk Performance” at the Black Sea Games.
Ukraine’s Junior Eurovision Journey
In 2006, Ukraine made their debut to the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, with Nazar Slyusarchuk and the song “Khlopchyk Rock ‘n’ Roll” (Хлопчик рок ‘н’ ролл), which placed 9th. Since their debut, the Eastern European nation has participated 16 times, and even won once in 2012 with Anastasiya Petryk and her song “Nebo” (Небо).
In 2022, Ukraine selected its representative through a national final, where Zlata Dziunka won the right to represent the nation with “Nezlamna”, which managed to place 9th receiving 111 points from the jury and online vote.
What do think about “Kvitka”? Are you excited for Ukraine’s participation at this year’s Junior Eurovision? Let us know in the comments or on social media! Be sure to follow ‘That Eurovision Site’ on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, Threads and Bluesky as we prepare for Junior Eurovision 2023!
News Source: JuniorEurovision.tv/That Eurovision Site
Photo Credit: UA:PBC/Anastasiia Mantach