Tina's successful single "Milly," was also released in an English language version, with the title translated to "Honey," which is about thirty seconds shorter than the Ukrainian version.
Tina Karol performed eighteenth of twenty-four in the 2006 Eurovision Song Contest Final, performing immediately after Finland, who went on to win the contest.
Tina Karol released her second album, Nochen'ka, containing nine tracks plus three videos, on the 24th of December, 2006.
Tina was the host of the Ukrainian version of Dancing With The Stars.
Tina released her first album, Show Me Your Love, in May 2006, containing eleven tracks plus a bonus audio and video track.
Tina appeared nude in her music video for her song "Nochen'ka."
Tina Karol had unsuccessfully attempted to compete in the 2005 Eurovision Song Contest, which the Ukraine held, under the name Tatiana Liberman.
Tina finished in second place in "New Wave," a Latvian music festival.
Tina graduated from Gliere Music College in Kiev, Ukraine.
Tina won the Ukrainian pre-selection for the Eurovision Song Contest in 2006 with the song "I Am Your Queen," which she later reworked into "Show Me Your Love" for the Contest.
Tina Karol, representing Ukraine in the 51st Eurovision Song Contest, progressed to the final after being the sixth of ten acts to be accepted from the semi-final. On votes, though, she was ranked seventh in the semi-final.
Tina finished in 7th place with 145 points in the final of the 51st Eurovision Song Contest, where she represented Ukraine.