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Wolves, witches and rapping Ukrainians

Members of the band Subwoolfer perform on behalf of Norway during the first semifinal of the Eurovision Song contest on May 10 at the Palalpitour venue in Turin, Italy. (AFP Photo)

TURIN, Italy: Will it be Norway’s banana-eating wolves, France’s coven of witches or Britain’s space man?

Or maybe a Greek with a death wish, a slinky Lithuanian chanteuse with a jet-black bowl cut or a Serbian germaphobe?

The line-up for Saturday’s grand finale of the Eurovision Song Contest is typically outlandish, but with the roars of war on the continent’s eastern front, a hiphop lullaby from Ukraine is the song to beat.

Riding a wave of public support following Russia’s invasion, Kalush Orchestra’s tribute to the motherland is…

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