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Anastasiya Vinnikova


Quick Facts

Anastasiya Igarauna Vinnikova

15 April 1991

🇧🇾 Belarusian

National Selection
Eurofest 2012
Internal selection 2011

In Eurovision
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Anastasia Dmitrievna Vinnikova, a prominent Belarusian singer, embarked on her musical journey with a significant debut in 2009, releasing her first single “Your Love Is…”. This marked the beginning of a prolific period in her career, showcasing her versatility and passion for music. The following year, 2010, was particularly fruitful for Vinnikova as she released a trio of singles that highlighted her evolving artistry. “Here We Go for the Gold” and “Born in Bielorussia” reflected her patriotic spirit and her connection to her roots. Additionally, the single “Мама” offered a more personal insight, showcasing her ability to connect with audiences on various levels.

In 2011, Vinnikova continued to make strides in her career with several releases that further established her as a force in the music industry. “I Feel You” and “I Love Belarus (Мая Беларусь-Моя Беларусь)” reinforced her national pride, with the latter becoming her anthem for the Eurovision Song Contest 2011. This year also saw the release of “Shining in Twilight,” adding another layer to her musical repertoire.

The year 2012 was no less significant, as Vinnikova expanded her discography with “One Life,” “Crazy,” and “Kalendary.” With the song “Shining in twilight”, she did a new attempt to represent Belarus in the Eurovision Song Contest, but that didn’t work out.

Each track showcased her growth as an artist, exploring new sounds and themes. Her collaboration in 2013 with Petr Elfimov on “It’s My Life” and with Aura on “Khto kazau” demonstrated her willingness to experiment and blend different musical styles, further enriching her discography.

After a brief hiatus, Vinnikova returned in 2016 with the single “Paranoya,” marking a new phase in her musical journey. The subsequent years saw the release of “Nulevoy rubezh” in 2017 and “Nelyubov” in 2018.


I Love Belarus

🇧🇾 Belarus



Evgeyni Oleynik
Svetlana Geraskova

Evgeyni Oleynik

Ludmila Kudz
Artyom Akhpash
Yury Navrotsky
Anastasiya Shik
Alyona Gorbachova

Results Semi

Points: 45
Position: 14
Running order: 16

Results Finals

Points: –
Position: –
Running order: –