We may not get to see our 2020 favourites take to the stage, but that doesn’t mean we can’t reminisce on our Eurovision favourites. This series is aimed to discover the team’s favourite entries from the 21st century, from 2001 to 2019.
Azerbaijan has presented their entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2020. Samira Efendit will sing the song ‘Cleopatra’ in Rotterdam and you can check it out here!
Azeri broadcaster Ictimai TV has confirmed that Samira Efendi will represent Azerbaijan at Eurovision 2020 in Rotterdam. The broadcaster selected the singer through an internal process. Samira will reveal her song officially in early March.
In their first six years at the Eurovision Song Contest, Azerbaijan always made it to the Top 10 of the final. But, between 2013 and 2018, the country disappeared from the left side of the table. Until Chingiz came around.
The entry from Azerbaijan at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 is called ‘Truth’. The country selected singer Chingiz Mustafayev internally to perform the song in Tel Aviv.
The semi finals of the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 had a couple of shock exits. Greece and Armenia failed to qualify for the final for the second time in history and Azerbaijan, Russia and Romania even had to suffer that fate for the very first [read more…]
Aisel will sing the song ‘X My Heart’ for Azerbaijan at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018. You can listen to the song, composed by her ‘dream team’ here.
Azeri media report that the song for Azerbaijan at the Eurovision Song Contest will be composed by the ‘dream team’ Philip Kirkorov, who represented Russia in 1995, choreographer and creative director Ilias Kokotos and composer Dimitris Kontopoulos. The team for singer Aisel is the same [read more…]
Azerbaijan will be represented at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 by the singer Aisel Mammadova. İctimai Television opted for an internal selection once again and Aisel’s song for Lisbon will be reveiled at a later date.
In these weeks, we take a look at the aftermath of the Eurovision Song Contest 2017. In this episode we talk about the countries on the Caucasus and what went wrong for them. Since neither Armenia, Azerbaijan, nor Georgia reached the top 10 this year.