AUSTRIA – ORF is the 12th country confirming the same participant for the 2021 Eurovision Song Contest edition. Vincent Bueno will represent Austria in Rotterdam with a new song which will be written in the coming months.
HOW ORF WILL COVER THE LOST AIRTIME
ORF is to prepare three shows moderated by Andi Knoll which will be broadcasted starting from the 14th of April at 20:15 CET at ORF 1. The shows will continue at the 16th and 18th of April at the same time 20:15 CET at ORF 1.
A special jury will rank the videos of the 41 songs which should take part at Eurovision 2020.
After the third show, the three jury winner videos will be announced. From that moment the audience will have the opportunity to choose their favourites and vote for the video winner of Eurovision 2020.
Further details of the show are expected to be announced in the following days. (source: escxtra.com)
INFO ABOUT VINCENT
Vincent Bueno was born in Vienna on 10 December 1985, where he grew up attending school. Music was always important to him; he started making his own at the young age of 6 and, accompanied by his father, who is himself a musician, began performing as a child.
In 2003, Vincent decided to turn his passion into a profession and began his training at the Vienna Conservatory in Musical Entertainment Theater – Musical, which he completed in 2007.
Vincent became widely known through the ORF show Musical! The Show, in which he emerged the winner. In 2009, Vincent also participated in the TV show Dancing Stars. With his studio, SUITCASE MEDIA, he now produces his own music, including his entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2020, Alive. (source: eurovision.tv)