Anastasia Kostyantynivna Prikhodko (Ukrainian: Анастасія Костянтинівна Приходько, romanized: Anastasiya Kostyantynivna Prykhodko; born 21 April 1987) is a Ukrainian activist, politician, and former singer-songwriter. Known for her deep contralto singing voice and blend of folk rock and pop music, Prikhodko announced that she would be ending her music career in order to enter politics in October 2018. Prikhodko had previously made herself a major figure during Euromaidan and the 2014 pro-Russian unrest in Ukraine, expressing support for Ukrainian forces and vowing to never perform in Russia again.
Prikhodko first received mainstream attention in 2007, after winning series seven of the Russian music competition Fabrika Zvyozd. Her win led her to collaborate with Ukrainian producer Konstantin Meladze. In 2009, Prikhodko represented Russia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2009 in Moscow, with the song "Mamo", written by Meladze. Her participation in the competition came with a number of controversies following her disqualification from the Ukrainian national final and subsequent queries regarding the integrity of the judges and validity of the competition; afterwards, she took part in the Russian national final and won. Prikhodko went on to place 11th in the Eurovision final.