After the scandal during the National selection of the Eurovision-2019, Ukrainian singer Anna Korsun (Maruv) told about the suggested contract by the National Public Broadcasting Company of Ukraine, about the perspectives to come to Eurovision, and about her future plans.
In particular, in an interview with “KP in Ukraine,” Maruv told that it took 24 hours in order to study the contract, to make a decision and to sign the contract. Besides, according to the singer, the contract was made rather quickly and it contained mistakes.
“I would not like to repeat over and over again, that I would refuse from touring in Russia, although it was not a violation of law, however, $75,000 fine would make any reasonable person think rather carefully. Frankly speaking, I had an image that the contracted was made rather quickly without a final version of the good lawyers, as it contained many mistakes and several paragraphs could be interpreted in different ways. I am not sure that previous years the winners signed such contracts,” Maruv said.
The singer also outlined she has no intention to represent some other countries at Eurovision, as she has no relation to the Eurovision anymore, and she would not go to the Eurovision party in Moscow, where she was invited some time ago.
Instead, Maruv intends to tour in Europe, USA, and Ukraine, to film the video clip to the song Siren Song, to record the song with French DJ Mosimann. She also dreams to make her own cloth collection and to create her video blog Shlakoblochina. Besides, Anna Korsun plans to start her own charity projects concerning the environment and helping ill people.
As we reported earlier, Ukraine will not send its representative to Eurovision-2019, which is scheduled for spring in Israel.
Besides, National TV Company of Ukraine informed that they could have chosen any participant from the Nationa Selection. However, they refused to do so as they respect the viewers’ choice. Therefore, the company appealed to the finalists of the National Selection. Freedom Jazz and Kazka bands rejected the offer to represent Ukraine at Eurovision-2019.