Ukrainian Singer, Activist, Winner Of Eurovision
Ruslana Lyzhychko is a singer, songwriter, producer, musical conductor, multi-instrumentalist, dancer, voice actress and social activist. Ruslana was the first artist coming out from the former Soviet Union to officially receive a platinum disc, her Dyki tantsi album selling more than 170,000 copies in the first 100 days after its release. She won the 2004 Eurovision Song Contest with the song Wild Dances receiving 280 points, which at that time was a record of points. Following her victory, she rose to fame in Europe and became one of the biggest pop stars from the Eastern part of the continent.