For a long time, Marius Bear from Switzerland struggled to find his message to the world. “I am a white privileged boy from Switzerland, there is nothing to complain about.” In the end, however, he found his message in his emotional character.
As we near the Eurovision Grand Final for 2021, there is a good chance we may see a winning entry performed in the French language. This would be for the first time since Céline Dion sang for Switzerland in 1988. Two entries from France and [read more…]
Gjon’s Tears has premiered his new song for the Eurovision Song Contest. The song ‘Tout l‘univers’ will be used as the entry for Switzerland in Rotterdam.
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.
Switzerland has announced their artist and song for the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 this Tuesday. Gjon’s Tears will fly the Swiss flag with the song ‘Répondez-moi’ in Rotterdam.
Switzerland’s success at Eurovision is few and far between, and despite their efforts to turn their luck around, the nation often struggled to determine what would make a successful Eurovision package. With a renewed selection strategy, Switzerland proved that it was possible to turn things [read more…]
Top favorite Luca Hänni from Switzerland receives a lot of praise for their first Eurovision rehearsal today in Tel Aviv. However, at the same time less and less people seem convinced of Luca Hänni’s winning chances.
Switzerland will be represented by Luca Hänni. The title of the Swiss song at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 is ‘She Got Me’.
Sebalter tries to represent Switzerland at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019. The participant was the last to give Switzerland a place at the final of Eurovision in 2014, and is now on the shortlist of broadcaster RSI, the Italian-Swiss broadcaster of the nation.
Switzerland will pick their act for the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 through an internal selection. The Swiss broadcasters decided to go for a new strategy, due to the bad results in recent years at the biggest music competition in the world.