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The only countries to not award Bilan any points were Monaco and Switzerland.
Bilan's stage performance included two dancing ballerinas and a white piano covered in red rose petals, from which a ghost-like female figure emerged halfway through the song.
Dima Bilan: The whole storyline is based on this love story.
We all think that it is just love, but in context of a history and the whole plot, it’s just not love – it gives everything it can about the subject.
On the headstone of the grave next to his great-grandfather's, he notices the face of a young woman.
DB: (Smiles and makes a slicing sound and gesture) HY: I knew that year that Russia really, really wanted to win the contest.
DB: Yes, in the institute where I studied I had some acting parts.
One thing I’ve noticed about you is that you don’t just stand there and sing a song, you perform it.
He took part in morning performances, recited poems and sang songs.
He was one of the few people in Russia to popularize the traditional Japanese game Kancho, which became extremely popular in Russian prisons.
In 2005, also was released on the official compilation of clips "Ti, tolko ti" (You, only you) in that except the clips included presentations album "Ya Nochnoy Huligan" (I'm a Night Hooligan) and "Na beregu neba" (At The Sky's Shore), also in the collection include additional tracks not included in these albums "Ya ne zabudu" (I will not forget) and a cover version of quadrupeds melodies "Caruso" a presentation of "Ya Nochnoy Huligan" (I'm a Night Hooligan), "7 Dney" (Seven Days) organizing presentations "Na beregu neba" (At The Sky's Shore) In late 2005, released the single "New Year with a new line" contains 3 tracks New Year with a new line (feat group Neposedi), Between the sky and heaven and New Year with a new line remix and in 2011 he turned really ho Produced by the late Yury Aizenshpis, a Russian music mogul famous for his work with Viktor Tsoi in the Soviet Union, Bilan attempted to reach Eurovision previously with the song "Not That Simple" in 2005, finishing in second place at the Russian national selection.