Malo’ has qualified for the Grand Final of Destination Eurovision. The Australian singer-songwriter finished in third place during the first semi final with his song “Ciao”. Lisandro Cuxi won the show.
France kicks off “Destination Eurovision” tonight at 20:55 CET. Nine acts, including the Australian singer-songwriter Malo’, will try to reach the Grand Final (taking place February 27th). However, there are only four tickets available.
All 18 participating acts in ‘Destination Eurovision’, the French national preselection for the Eurovision Song Contest 2018, have been confirmed by broadcaster France2. Among the participants is one artist with Australian roots: Malo’.
The Australian-French singer-songwriter Malo’ is one of the participants in the French preselection for the Eurovision Song Contest 2018. Destination Eurovision is the first national final of the new year.
From over 1500 applications, French broadcaster France 2 has selected 18 songs that will be performed in two semi finals in 2018. Out of these acts, France will select the representing 2018-act.
The French newspaper Ouest-France reports that France will broadcast three tv-shows in January, in which the nation will pick their artist for the Eurovision Song Contest 2018. After the choiche has been made, a song will be composed for this artist to perform in Lisbon.
French broadcaster France 2 has released the first information for their plans for the Eurovision Song Contest 2018. France will return to a national final format.
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