|Zlata performing at the NVSC #12 in Herning|
|Birth name||Inna Leonidivna Bordyuh|
12 January 1986|
Murmansk, RSFSR, SSSR
|Occupation||Singer, Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada|
Inna Leonidivna Bordyuh (Ukrainian: Інна Леонідівна Бордюг), better known by her stage name Zlata Ognevich (Ukrainian: Злата Огнєвіч), is a Ukrainian singer and a deputy of the Verkhovna Rada (Parliament of Ukraine) since late 2014. She represented Ukraine in the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 in Malmö with the song "Gravity". Ognevich previously attempted to represent Ukraine at the Contest in 2010 and 2011.
Ognevich was born in 1986 in Murmansk, in the northern part of the then-SFSR (now Russia) and grew up in the Crimean city of Sudak, in the south of Ukraine. After turning 18, Ognevich moved to Kiev, where she currently still lives, to pursue a higher music education. Ognevich is a graduate of Kiev's Rheingold M. Glière Music College. During her third year at Rheingold she began working with live bands and did her own promotional work.
- 2010 — Ostrov lyubvi (Tiny Island)
- 2010 — Angely
- 2010 — Pristat'
- 2010 — Kiss
- 2011 — The Kukushka
- 2011 — Japan
- 2011 — My Bunny
- 2011 — Daleko
- 2012 — One Day
- 2012 — Za lisamy-horamy
- 2013 — Gravity
- 2014 — Ice and Fire (with Eldar Gasimov)