Ukrainians gearing up for Eurovision despite risk of Russian missile strikes
EUROVISION super-fans held a curfew swerving house party to cheer on Tvorchi from Kyiv last night and said “We all have hearts of steel now”.
The late-night final overran Kyiv’s midnight lockdown so diehard euro-bobbers hired a house to dance all night – despite the risk of Russian missile strikes.
Organiser Zhenia Bondarev, 28, from bomb-blitzed southern Kherson, said: “Heart of Steel is a song for all Ukrainians in these difficult times.
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