EUROVISION Song Contest contender Germany sent a secret message of solidarity to Ukraine live on stage in Turin.

Malik Harris gave a sensational performance of Rockstars in front of a packed-out crowd, but chose to end it in a very special way.

Malik’s guiat had peace on the guitar in Ukraine’s colours
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The young star, 24, turned his guitar around and revealed it had the Ukrainian flag on with the word “peace”.

It had viewers praising the performer for the touching gesture – with many left in tears.

One fan said: “Nice touch from the Germany#Eurovision entrant Malik Harris, who flips his guitar at the end to reveal a Ukraine flag with “peace” written across it.

Another viewer added: “Germany is definitely a favourite so far. Genuinely soulful song with strong lyrics, fun geeky stage performance with the looping kit, and that guitar flip to finish. Perfection.”

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Someone else said: “When Germany held their guitar up at the end with “Peace” over the Ukrainian flag… hit me in the feels. Beautiful!”

A fan said: “Thanks Germany for making me cry having the Ukraine Flag saying peace on back of his guitar I didn’t need these tears tonight.”

The Ukraine are taking part in Eurovision 2022 represented by the band Kalush Orchestra who will sing their song Stefania.


However, after Russia invaded Ukraine last month, the European Broadcasting Union revealed that the country has been banned.

“The EBU has announced that no Russian act will participate in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest,” the statement read.

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“The Executive Board of the EBU made the decision following a recommendation earlier today by the Eurovision Song Contest’s governing body, the Reference Group, based on the rules of the event and the values of the EBU.

“The Reference Group recommendation was also supported by the EBU’s Television Committee,” the statement added.

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