Despite being one of the top contenders with bookmakers in 2020, Iceland has not yet decided about its entry for Eurovision 2021. Will Daði og Gagnamagnið be back?
Many people were upset when EBU decided that the Eurovision songs of 2020 will not take part in 2021. However, no one was probably more upset than Victoria and the Bulgarian delegation.
Now that the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest has been cancelled, participating broadcasters face a difficult decision. Will they maintain their artist? Or will they take the opportunity to select a new participant for Eurovision 2021?
San Marino planned on sending a returning artist to Rotterdam in 2020: Senhit. However, since Eurovision was canceled this year, in 2021 Senhit wil get a chance to re-return.
Sending a Dutch girl to Rotterdam was the Greek plan for 2020. And now that Eurovision will be held in Rotterdam in 2021 after all, it makes sense to still send Stefania.
Ukraine was quick to announce Go_A as their participant for Eurovision 2021. The group has never performed in Russia or Crimea, which is a strict prerequisite for any Ukranian representative in the contest.
Three top 10 results in a row, followed by two non-qualifiers. That’s the strange track record Belgium has built up since 2015. In 2020, the plan was to send superstars Hooverphonic.
Despite still holding the record for the most wins in the history of the Eurovision Song Contest, Ireland has certainly struggled to grasp what it takes to qualify in the modern day contest, let alone achieve another win. This year, they managed to secure a [read more…]
Ana Soklič won EMA 2020 and planned a trip to Rotterdam with her song “Voda”. In the bookmakers offices, Slovenia was not too high up the ranks this year. How to move forward?