The European Community of Eurovision predicts the participation of Max Barskih and Zivert in the competition in 2022.
Two weeks ago, the premiere of the duet of Max Barsky and Zivert took place. The video for their joint song Bestseller, which has already been watched by more than 11 million viewers, took first place in the YouTube music trends section in Ukraine and Russia.
The video also entered the top YouTube trends in Belarus, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia and Kazakhstan.
Bestseller also holds the record for listening on digital platforms.
The song of Max Barskikh and Zivert took first place in the Apple Music charts in Ukraine and Belarus, the second in Russia and Turkmenistan and entered the top 10 charts in Armenia, the Baltic countries, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Moldova and others.
Over the past few days, the video has become so popular that it has sparked a wave of discussions in the European media regarding the participation of Max Barskih and Zivert in the Eurovision Song Contest next year.
Observers and fans of the song contest in Great Britain, Finland, Ireland, Poland and other countries of the European Union spoke out for their nomination.
The Finnish edition of Escbeat believes that this time there is no "possible": Max Barskikh should take part. Escbeat remembers the whole story around Barskikh and the song contest since 2012.
Finland's verdict is unambiguous: "Bestseller is not only a successful single, but also a promising statement that everyone has been waiting for for so long: both artists, Barskikh and Zivert, are obliged to perform at Eurovision."
The Eurovision Ireland portal has published an article “Will Max Barskikh represent Ukraine at Eurovision in 2022?”.
The Irish community is also waiting for his performance - in the final of their note, Eurovision Ireland writes:
"We hope Max will show all of Europe - and at the same time the whole world - his stellar talent."
The British are also confident that Barskikh and Zivert would become ideal participants in Eurovision.
Writes about this British edition Esccovers, specializing in the news of the song contest.
Poland joined the opinion of colleagues.
An analytical analysis of the latest events and rumors around Eurovision was released on the Dziennik Eurowizyjny portal, in which an important place is given to the candidacy of Max Barskih and Zivert at the upcoming competition in 2022.