On May 7, Ukrainian singer Jamala came on the stage for her second rehearsal for the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest at the Stockholm Globe Arena.
This time, the singer was dressed in an incredibly beautiful blue suit with a Crimean Tatar national ornament. The rehearsals photos were published on Jamala's Facebook page.
Her performance was so moving and desperate that she received long ovation.
It was reported earlier that the Ukrainian singer visited the Museum devoted to ABBA Sweden's most famous group, which won the competition in 1974, as well as met with Loreen, winner of the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest.
Jamala will represent Ukraine at the 2016 Eurovision with her "1944" song.
This year, 42 countries will participate in the international competition. The semi-finals will be held in the Swedish capital on May 10 - 12 and the final will take place on May 14. Jamala will appear on stage in Stockholm (No.15) in the second semi-final on May 12.
The venue of the competition is Ericsson Globe Arena that hosted the show in 2000.
The tickets for the Eurovision Song Contest were sold out immediately after the beginning of sale. The cheapest ticket for the semi-final concert costs EUR 11, and the most expensive - the final of the 2016 Eurovision - EUR 280.
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