Jan Burchesky made in the semi-finals with the song Dance Alone. The actress admitted that soon she will have the baby, and in the next moment her lover stood before her on one knee to rapturous applause leading, visitors and colleagues asked me to become his wife.
On the eve of the semifinal of the musical contest “Eurovision” which was held in Kyiv. One of the participants who spoke this evening on the stage, was the artist from Macedonia Jana Burchesky.
After the number for the song Dance Alone, are 23-year-old contestant, the host of the event asked whether she is expecting a baby. “Yes, I will soon become a mother,” affirmed Ian.
Just a moment later a young man who was sitting next to the singer, asked me to give him the floor. A guy named Alexander, took the microphone from the host and thousands of public made Jan offer hands and hearts.
“I agree,” replied dumbfounded Burchesky.
SHE SAID YES!!!!! pic.twitter.com/Kd7Xyu7dr9
— Eurovision (@Eurovision) 11 may 2017
Video of touching moment appeared in social networks and gained a lot of reposts and likes. Macedonian fans of the singer wished her love and happiness.
“You did so great on stage. Congratulations on the upcoming addition to the family, your wedding will be wonderful. Keep singing and remember that you’re super!”, “You were the best! I was rooting for you!”, “You had best in the history of the song, which was Macedonia. Sorry that you didn’t go on,” “Dear Ian, just keep it positive and ignore the negative”, – wrote on her page the users of the social network.
For the first time, Ian has achieved success on stage in 2011, when she participated in the first season of the Macedonian version of the show Idol. Besides, she was engaged in charity work, taking part in events aimed at supporting disadvantaged people, and spoke out against school violence. In 2012, she debuted at the festival “Skopje fest”, which was considered a Macedonian selection for Eurovision. But then she couldn’t get to the international competition. When the dream of Jana still turned, and she was invited in 2017 to represent Macedonia in Kiev, she told reporters, worried.
“My heart skipped a beat when I said good news, and since then I continue to smile,” said Burchesky.