The ESC favorite Ukraine delivered a strong performance in the grand final

Folk-rap group Kalush Orchestra gave a stunning rendition of their song Stefania in the Eurovision grand finale.

The Ukrainian act are currently the favorites to win as they have led the pack since invading Russia – prompting organizers to ban the country from participating.

The group was dressed in elaborate outfits, including long, fringed, multicolored ensembles, a pink bucket hat, and others in traditional patterns.

They are one of 25 acts competing for the top prize following the week-long competition in Turin, Italy.

Their performance, which combined rap and Ukrainian folklore, was well received by the 7,000 spectators at the Pala Olimpico, who cheered on the group with many waving Ukrainian flags.

At the end of the performance, which included break dancing, the group thanked everyone for supporting Ukraine.

Graham Norton, who is again hosting the competition on BBC One, said: “We weren’t sure if they were going to make it, but they did it.

“Your commentator didn’t make it, he’s commenting from an air raid shelter.”

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Their song “Stefania” is an ode to mothers and the trials they face when raising families, and the band’s live performance included synchronized dance moves, break dancing and flutes.

Formed in 2019, the group consists of founder and rapper Oleh Psiuk, multi-instrumentalist Ihor Didenchuk and dancer Vlad Kurochka.

The finale opened with an energetic performance of strobe lights and projections of the David sculpture by Michelangelo from We Are Domi from Czech Republic singing Lights Off.

Finnish rock group The Rasmus opened the first performances with a powerful version of Jezebel and ripped their shirts off mid-show.

Marius Bear from Switzerland provided a raw rendition of his track Boys Do Cry with simple background lighting, while French Alvan and Ahez had fire on stage to perform their track Fulenn.

Norway’s subwoolfer in yellow wolf costumes while performing a synchronized dance number and singing Give That Wolf A Banana.

Armenia’s representative, Rosa Linn, gave an emotional performance of her song Snap on a stage with a bed, lamp and chair all seemingly wrapped in white toilet paper rolls.

Spain’s contestant Chanel gave SloMo a jazzy performance while the entire crowd sang along with Mahmood from Italy and Blanco singing Brividi, which featured a powerful rap, behind a backdrop of twinkling lights.

Also reigning winners of the Eurovision Song Contest, Italian rock band Maneskin, will take the stage to perform their new single ‘Supermodel’.

Eurovision entrant Sam Ryder will take the stage 22nd in order to boost Britain’s standing during tonight’s grand finale.

The 32-year-old TikTok star will perform his uplifting pop song Space Man, which he co-wrote with Grammy-winning actress Amy Wadge, who has previously worked with Ed Sheeran and Max Wolfgang.

This year’s final includes the 20 successful nations from the two semi-finals of the week as well as the so-called Big Five Great Britain, France, Germany, Italy and Spain. The ESC favorite Ukraine delivered a strong performance in the grand final

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