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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 world champion figure skater Evgeni Plushenko.
In 2000 was filmed the video for the song “Autumn” (producer Elena Kahn). He made his debut when he reached fourth place at the Russian/Latvian festival “New Wave” in 2002.
In 2003, Bilan released his debut album titled Nochnoy Huligan (Night Hooligan).
In mid-March 2006, Bilan was chosen internally by Russian broadcaster Channel One to represent Russia at the Eurovision Song Contest in Athens, Greece.
Out of 37 participating countries, Bilan took second place with the dark pop song “Never Let You Go”, equaling one of Russia’s best ever showing at Eurovision — Alsou’s “Solo” was runner-up back in the 2000 contest. member Yulia Volkova with their song “Back To Her Future”. “Party for Everybody” by Russian ethno-pop band Buranovskiye Babushki was the first.
On 15 November 2006 Bilan received award for Best Selling Russian Artist and performed at the World Music Awards in London along with Michael Jackson, Beyonce, Rihanna, Nelly Furtado and Bob Sinclair. Dima Bilan is the winner of more than 30 awards to date: Best Performer, Best Artist, Best Song, Best Russian Act, Song of the Year, Album of the Year, Best Video, Singer of the Year, Sexiest Artist, Man of the year etc.
His performance of Eurovision single Never Let You Go at WMAs was broadcast on Channel 4 in the UK and 130 more countries, including the United States. Bilan competed at Russia’s Eurovision 2012 song selection for the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 in Baku, Azerbaijan.
Produced by the late Yury Aizenshpis, a Russian music mogul, famous for his work with Viktor Tsoi in the Soviet Union, Bilan attempted to reach Eurovision previously with the song “Not That Simple” in 2005, finishing in second place at the Russian national selection.Bilan was Showbusiness Man of the Year because the most voters gave their voices for him, according to the version of Rambler.