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|Date(s)||20th March 2010|
|Venue||Savik Shuster Studio, Kyiv|
|Voting Method||50% Jury
“To Be Free”
A new national final was held after objections were raised regarding the unfair method in which Vasyl Lazarovych had been selected internally.
As there was a tie for first place, the result of the expert jury took precedence.
|First Final||Second Final|
|1||Vitaliy Kozlovskiy||[email protected]?||–||–|
|2||Vasyl Lazarovych||I Love You||24||7th|
|3||SH & BB||Ne zhurys||–||–|
|4||Matias||Angely ne umirayut||32||3rd|
|7||St’Ereo||Ne skhody s uma||22||=9th|
|9||Shanis||Lechu k tebe||–||–|
|10||Max Barskih||White Raven||–||–|
|11||Vladyslav Levytskyy||Davay, davay!||–||–|
|13||Dazzle Dreams||Emotional Lady||–||–|
|14||Masha Sobko||Ya tebya lyublyu||36||2nd|
|15||Zlata Ognevich||Tiny Island||30||5th|
|16||Mira Gold||Crazy Lady||–||–|
|18||Yulia Voice||Zavyazhi mne glaza||–||–|
|19||El Kravchuk||Fly to Heaven||–||–|
|20||Alyosha||To Be Free||36||1st|
Following the national final, allegations were made that the winning song was both plagarised and had been made available publically before the submission deadline. Therefore, NTU decided to replace the song performed at Eurovision, keeping Alyosha as the Ukrainian representative. Sweet People was selected to be the Ukrainian entry at Eurovision 2010.