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Dima Bilan "Between the Sky and Heaven"

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Dima Bilan represented Russia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2006 with Never Let You Go. Also he won the title of Best Russian Act at the MTV Europien Music Awards 2005 held in Lisbon, Portugal.

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Dima Bilan represented Russia in Eurovision 2006 with Never Let You Go, finishing 2nd.
On September 21,2005, Dima Bilan won two awards at the prestigious MTV Russian Music Awards. He won both the Best Performer and the Best Actor of the Year. In November Dima added another award to his mantlepiece: he won the title of Best Russian Act at the MTV Europien Music Awards 2005 held in Lisbon, Portugal.

Dima Bilan was born on 1981. He graduated from Gnesins Musical College as a classical vocal performer. Dima made his debut when he reached 4th place at the Russian Latvian festival "New Wave" in 2002. In 2003, Dima Bilan released his debut album titled "Nochnoy Huligan," ("Night Hooligan") which included covers of "Caruso" by Lucilo Dalla and "Fever" by Elvis. In 2004, he released his successful single "Na beregu neba," which was also the title of his second album.
Produced by the late Yrii Aiseshpis, a Russian music mogul famous for his work with Viktor Tsoi in the Soviet Union, Dima Bilan attempted to reach Eurovision previously with the song Not That Simple in 2005, finishing in 2nd place at the Russian national selection. The video for the Russian version of the song was reputably the most expensive in the history of Russia's music industry. In December 2005 Dima received two golden gramophones for the song "Ty dolzjna ryadom byt'" (You Should Be Near Me) in Saint Petersburg and Alma Ata. . Dima became a man of a year in the sphere of show- business because the most voters gave their voices for him according to the version of Rambler. At the end of a year he accepted an invitation from an American agency to sound treks for the musicale Peter Pan. In December a clip for the lyric composition "Ya pomnyu tebya" (I remember you) was shot in the Botanic garden. The roller proved to be fantastic and magic which correspond to atmosphere of the New Year Eve. On 14 March 2006 Dima Bilan took part in "Zolotaya sharmanka"(Golden street organ) of "International Music Awards" in Kiev where he got an award as "The singer of a year". Dimas incendiary song "Never let you go" sounded just there.


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