Powered by http://www.eurovision.tv It was the band 3+2 which were picked to represent the Host Country of the 2010 Junior Eurovision Song Contest, Belarus. They performed the song Butterflies (and looked like them at some point!) and Europe rewarded them with a place in the Final. Who are they? Twin-sisters Alena and Ninel developed the formula of success long ago: stay together -- and success is guaranteed! The first stage of their creative development was a year of live work on television in one of Belarusian lotteries. The next stage is the casting to the TV-show New Voices of Belarus, participation in the project and becoming finalists. After the bright debut at the big stage, Alena and Ninel were invited to the main state orchestra of Belarus, where they work to date. Artem Mikhalenka considers New Voices of Belarus to be a significant stage in his creative development. Artem became a finalist of the TV-show and was invited to the leading state orchestra of Belarus, working with which he participated in concerts all over the country and got numerous fans. Yehiazar Farashan's vocal abilities were discovered by his mother, a teacher of vocal. She insisted that her son started singing, but at first he took it jokingly and resisted until participation in his first international contest and winning there. By today, he's participated in and won numerous contests. Yuliya Shyshko dreamt of an opera singer career and of the big stage. She was sure she inherited vocal ability from her mother. After the 9th form she entered a music college, department of choral conducting. Being a college student she saw an announcement of the casting to New Voices of Belarus. Yuliya became a finalist of the TV show and got an invitation to the main state orchestra of Belarus, gladly working there to date, performing all over the country and giving joy to the audience.