France opted against a national final this year, internally selecting Tom Leeb. However, it has been confirmed that he will not be taking part next year, with France returning to a national final format for 2021. So, how will they shape up in Rotterdam next [read more…]
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.
The French entry for the Eurovision Song Contest is called ‘The best in me’. Tom Leeb just presented his song, with a video clip filmed om the Eiffel Tower.
The French participant for the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 is Tom Leeb. The 30-year-old singer, actor and comedian has been selected internally by public broadcaster France Télévisions.
Bilal Hassani, Mahmood, Miki Nunez and Michael Rice will all perform in the later stages of the Grand Final. They drew second half at their press conferences today.
Bilal Hassani has won the national selection Destination Eurovision with his song Roi. He will now represent France at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest to be held in Tel Aviv, Israel. You can read back our live blog of the show here. After the jury [read more…]
Who will represent France at Eurovision 2019? Tonight we will find out by the conclusion of Destination Eurovision! Arguably, Seemone with Tous Les Deux and Bilal Hassani with Roi are the favourites, but will we see a shock upset? Follow along as ESCDaily takes you [read more…]
Seemone has won the second semi final of Destination Eurovision in France. This is the second year that France are using this national final format. Chimène Badi who qualified from Semi final 1 is, perhaps, the most famous Destination Eurovision contestant this year. Last year, Madame Monsieur [read more…]
France has its first four qualifiers for the final of Destination Eurovision. Bilal Hassani (pictured above), Aysat, Chimène Badi and Silvàn Areg are still running to represent France at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019.
Broadcaster France 2 announced the 18 artists that will take part in the second season of the French selection show Destination Eurovision. There are no artists on the list with a history at Eurovision.