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Soloist Go-A comments possible duet with Italians Måneskin

Source : 112 Ukraine

According to Kateryna Pavlenko, there are two circumstances that complicate the task
21:20, 2 June 2021

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Kateryna Pavlenko, the soloist of the Ukrainian band Go-A, who took fifth place at the Eurovision-2021 with the Shum song, answered the questions of the fans about the probable duet with the winners of the contest, the Italian rockers Måneskin. Rumors of this collaboration have been circulating since Eurovision itself. The singer gave her comment on this during a live broadcast on social networks, fragments of which were saved by the Obozrevatel publication.

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According to Kateryna, the groups discussed such a possibility and all the musicians did not mind. But there are two circumstances that complicate the task.

"We talked, we don't mind making a collapse, but in addition to the artists' desire, there is such a thing as a legal plane. It all needs to be fixed because we are on one label, they are on another label, we need to solve these things somehow. In terms of creativity, we are ready, and in terms of law, there is still a lot of work to be done. Besides, we live in different countries and it is just a cap," the singer shared.

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As it was reported earlier, the Italian band Måneskin won the Eurovision 2021, which ended in the Netherlands’ Rotterdam on May 23. The band scored 524 points. The second place was taken by the representative of France with a score of 499 points, the third – by the representative of Switzerland, who scored 432 points. Ukraine finished the competition in fifth place, having received 364 points.

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