EUROVISION 2020 🇳🇱
Den Bosch and Utrecht reportedly eliminated with final two unveiled next week.
Recent Eurovision alums Anna Odobescu (Moldova) and Tamara Gachechiladze (Georgia) are in the list of competing artists. Neither of them made it to the Eurovision grand final, so the Golden Stag may be their chance to shine.
Due to the success they had in Tel Aviv, it looks like Switzerland wants to repeat the success they had this year in The Netherlands next year. An Audience Panel and an International Jury expert will once again be used in order to select the Swiss Entry. The Audience Panel was a success in last year’s selection, with 6,100 applications being made to be a part of the panel, whilst the International Jury expert included Eurovision artists such as Ruth Lorenzo Pascual, Tinkara Kovac, and Ovi. The International Jury Expert will count towards 50% of the selection, whilst the Audience Panel will count towards the other 50% in order to select the Swiss act. Songwriters, Producers, Artists, and Lyricists are able to submit their entries from September 2, until September 16 at noon.
Alyosha, Maruv, Jamala and many ore Eurostars attended and performed the Atlas Weekend in Kyiv, Ukraine. Special guest star was Netta Barzilai, the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest winner.
Australia’s inaugural Eurovision contestant, Guy Sebastian, performed to a sell out crowd of 83,000 at Sydney’s ANZ Stadium before the rugby league State of Origin.
One more success for our beloved Mahmood. Soldi, certified platinum in Switzerland, gold in Spain and triple platinum in Italy, became platinum also in Greece.
Our beloved Kate announced her autumn tour dates and she plans to cross the entire country