Tornike Kipiani, the Georgian singer for Eurovision 2020, has presented his song ‘Take me as I am’. He will perform his song in the second semi final.
Georgia picked Tornike Kipiani for the Eurovision Song Contest as he won the Georgian Idol competition on new year’s eve. Tornike Kipiani will now go to Rotterdam with a song yet to be revealed.
Georgia have confirmed their participation in next year’s contest, as well as confirming Georgian Idol as their national final format for 2020.
Oto Nemsadze has won this years edition of Georgian Idol and will represent Georgia at The Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv. The song that he sung in the Grand Final was called ‘Sul Tsin Iare’.
The Idol franchise kicked off in Georgia. This is how the national broadcaster, GPB, through their national broadcaster intend to select their representative for Eurovision 2019 in Israel. The Grand final will be held some time in February.
Broadcaster GPD will use the talent show Georgian Idol to pick their singer to represent Georgia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019. The winner of the talent show will be the singer for Tel Aviv 2019.
Georgia has been the 43rd and last country to reveal their song for the Eurovision Song Contest 2018. You can check out the song ‘Sheni Gulistvis’ by Iriao here!
Iriao will present Georgia at the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest. According to public broadcaster GPB the band makes a combination of jazz and Georgian ethno folk music.
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.
It is a busy week for artistic director Sacha Jean-Baptiste. This year she has done the staging for four countries at the Eurovision Song Contest: Australia, Armenia, Bulgaria and Georgia. We talked to her about the plans for these nations.