Polina Bogusevich
Polina Bogusevich
Background Information
Origin Moscow, Russia
Birthdate 4 July 2003
Age 15
Junior Eurovision Song Contest
Country Flag of Russia.svg Russia
Year 2017
Song "Krylya"
Position 1st (Final)
Points 188 (Final)

Polina Bogusevich is a Russian child singer who won the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2017 in Tbilisi, Georgia with the song "Krylya" (Wings). She was the second Russian winner for Junior Eurovision Song Contest, following the Tolmachevy Sisters in 2006.

Early Life

Bogusevich was born in Moscow on July 4, 2003. She is of mixed Russian and Korean ancestry while her family originates from Omsk.

Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2017

In April 2017, Bogusevich entered Russia's Junior Eurovision selection with the song "Krylya". She then won the selection and chosen to represent her nation in Tbilisi.

On November 26, 2017, during the live show, Bogusevich won the contest with 188 points.

Bogusevich later appeared at the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest in Lisbon, Portugal and performed a small melody of the 2017 Eurovision winning entry "Amar pelos dois" by Salvador Sobral.