Julia Samoylova to sing “I Won’t Break” in Eurovision 2018!

After failing to make it to Kiev last year due to being banned to enter Ukraine by their national authorities, the Russian national broadcasters kept their promise, and they have selected Yulia Samoilova as the Russian entrant for this year’s Eurovision in Lisbon.

There’s only a few hours left until the official release of her Eurovision entry, and it has been announced on Russian television that the title of Yulia’s song is going to be “I Won’t Break”, and that the song was written by the man behind the Russian entry in 2013, Dina Garipova’s “What If” – Leonid Gutkin, as well as two composers from Israel.

You can check out the clip from the news programme where they spoke about her Eurovision entry right here, and also hear a short snippet of the song:

Listen to the song in full right here:

1 Comment
  1. DawneBrown says

    so long as she doesn’t eat or drink anything she should be ok-unless of course there is a drug to give an unfair advantage to singing

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