News in from Latvia today, as it has been revealed that the country has received a record-breaking number of submissions for their national final ‘Supernova’. The window for entries closed yesterday, with the number of songs being received culminating in a total of 126. It will be the sixth year in the row that the country has opted to use this national final, despite the country only qualifying twice since they have used this selection method. The project producer for the show LLZE JANSTONE has revealed that several artists have submitted more than one song and that there is a diverse range of genres, which include more females, and more songs in the national language.
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The news that all fans of the Eurovision competition were waiting for has arrived. Earlier, Said Kasmi, a Rotterdam city councillor, announced the place where the Euroclub will host the 65th Eurovision Contest. The impulse of fans and missions to reach the Dutch city on competition days will hit Maassilo loudly. Maassilo is located on the waterfront of Rotterdam in Maashaven Zuidzijde, just ten minutes away from Rotterdam Ahoy, where the Eurovision Contest will take place. It has several huge rooms and can accommodate up to 5,000 people.
Catalan newspaper El National said this afternoon that Andorra’s state broadcaster is returning to the Eurovision Song Contest (most likely in 2021) after the country’s government praised the potential of the contest in “allowing local artists to have an international projection and spread cultural activity. from the country”.
More than 100 songs were submitted to Cypriot broadcaster CyBC over the past few weeks and the submissions have been narrowed down to a final three. The Cypriots will reportedly choose their songs for Rotterdam “within days”. The three song-titles and descriptions given by Alexander Taramountas on Omega TV show “Come to See” are as follows:
“Mucho Calor” (dance track)
“Can’t Look Away” (mid-tempo)
“Never Let You Down” (pop modern track)
Big news from Åge Sten “Glam” Nilsen on his own 50th birthday; Wig Wam reunites, seven years after the band imploded and moved into rock history. The information posted by VG sparkled rumours for potential MGPcome back.