Last Friday the Dutch organisation of the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 gave a press conference in which they outlined four potential scenarios. There will be a Eurovision in May next year – but what kind? Dennis van Eersel outlines the options.
The organisation of the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 has presented their plans to make sure the contest will take place in May 2021, no matter what happens. To make this happen, the EBU are working with four scenarios.
Being one of the possible contenders in 2020, it makes perfect sense that Switzerland has selected Gjon’s Tears for the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest 2021. Here is what we expect from Switzerland in 2021.
Italy is the European nation where the corona outbreak started and the country was hit hard by the virus. Of course, their Eurovision plans for 2021 are still in shadows, since the nation has other stuff on their mind.
Tornike Kipiani will take a shot at Eurovision for Georgia in 2021. Here is what we know so far!
Host nation The Netherlands was quick to announce Jenagu Macrooy for the Eurovision Song Contest 2021. What is it that makes the winning country of 2019 so confident about this man?
Albania will stage a new edition of Festivali i Këngës in December and the winner of the competition will represent Albania at Eurovision 2021. Meaning Arilena Ari has not been chosen internal after winning the Albanian preselection for the cancelled contest in 2020.
2020 would have been the year that Natalia Gordienko would return to the Eurovision stage. She previously took part back in 2006 for Moldova. Will she be granted her comeback in 2021 after all?
It did not take long for the Czech Republic to decide that Benny Cristo will also represent their nation at Eurovision 2021. Odds are, his music style will make him a unique act in the field again.
When we write this, it is the 2nd of May 2020. Normally, the rehearsals for the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 would have kicked off today. But we know, the year 2020 is not normal…