Buranovo Grannies Represent Russia for Eurovision 2012 Song contest

Buranovo Grannies Russian Grandmother Girlband with Average age of 75 will represented Russia on 2012 Eurovision Song Contest which will held in May 26 in Baku, Azerbaijan.. The girl group beat 24 other bands and singers, including a double act featuring 2008 Eurovision winner Dima Bilan, in a televised competition to decide the Russian entrant.

Buranovo Grannies girlband consist of six women aged 50 to 76, They will leave their remote Russian hamlet behind to perform on behalf of their country at this year's Eurovision Song Contest, One group member, who identified herself in an interview to Russian television station Rossiya-1 as granny Olya, said their goal in performing is to raise money to build a church in their village of Buranovo, which is home to around 650 people.

'Grandmothers don't need glory and wealth. We have family, we have a home, we have enough to live,' grandmother Olya said.

With An outfit from a village in Russia's Udmurtia Republic, the grannies girlband blend modern pop sounds with their own traditional choral singing style, The group sings a song they composed called “Party for Everyone.” The group sings in a mixture of English and Udmurt. They say if they win, they will use the prize money to build a church in their hometown of Buranovo in the Udmurt Republic

Watch their performance here while singing party for everybody

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