Entertainment news roundup: For Ukrainian fighters, Eurovision win heralds victory over Russia; Ukrainian group makes case for Mariupol at Eurovision finals and more

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For Ukrainian fighters, Eurovision wins victory over Russia

Gathered in a basement used as safe quarters north of kyiv, a small group of Ukrainian soldiers watched with joy as their country won the Eurovision Song Contest, saying it heralded their next victory in the war to expel Russian forces from Ukraine. The Kalush Orchestra won Eurovision with their entry ‘Stefania’, riding a wave of popular support from across Europe to claim an emotional victory that was hailed by the country’s president.

Ukrainian group pleads for Mariupol in Eurovision final

The Ukrainian Kalush Orchestra on Saturday launched a plea for the city of Mariupol and its factory in Azovstal after their participation in the Eurovision Song Contest. “Please help Ukraine, Mariupol. Help Azovstal now,” vocalist Oleh Psiuk shouted from the front of the stage in the Italian city of Turin after the band performed his song “Stefania.”

‘Stefania Express’: Ukraine applauds Eurovision win in wartime

Proud Ukrainians celebrated their Eurovision Song Contest victory on Sunday, renaming a train line in his honor as they hoped for victory in their bitter war against Russia. Ukraine’s Kalush Orchestra triumphed in Italy on Saturday with their entry “Stefania,” a song fusing rap with traditional folk music that was a tribute to band leader Oleh Psiuk’s mother.

Britney Spears announces the miscarriage of her ‘miracle baby’

Singer Britney Spears posted on her Instagram on Saturday about the death of her “miracle baby”, about a month after announcing her pregnancy with husband Sam Asghari. Spears said she was going through a devastating time and maybe she should have waited to announce her pregnancy.

Huge public support helps Ukraine’s Kalush Orchestra win Eurovision

Ukraine’s Kalush Orchestra won the Eurovision Song Contest in Italy on Saturday with their song “Stefania”, riding a wave of public support to claim an emotional victory hailed by the country’s president. Sung in Ukrainian, the winning song fused rap with traditional folk music and was a tribute to the band’s frontman Oleh Psiuk’s mother.

(With agency contributions.)

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