In 2008, Bilan once again represented Russia in the Eurovision Song Contest in Belgrade with the song "Believe", accompanied by Hungarian violinist Edvin Marton and Russian olympic and three-time world champion figure skater Evgeni Plushenko.On , Bilan won first place in the contest, receiving 272 points and seven twelves.His victory's integrity was questioned by Ukraine's officials later in May.During 2009 Bilan has continued with concerts and he also performed during the Eurovision Song Contest 2009, before handing over the title of Eurovision Song Contest winner to Alexander Rybak of Norway. Just a friendly reminder: don't be ashamed to admit that you have a crush on him. Scroll down and check out his slim body, short and/or medium black hairstyles & haircuts. Dima Bilan was born in Karachaevo-Cherkessia in Southern Russia. The difference between the real and stage name caused much of discussions during the past years, as some music organisations wanted to forbid the singer to perform under his stage name – Bilan – claiming their rights for it.
Russia’s Dima Bilan won Eurovision in 2008 with his R&B ballad “Believe”.Slovakia’s Kristina Pelakova crashed out of the semi-finals in 2010 with her ethno-folk number “Horehronie”.