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.
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.
It did not take long for the Czech Republic to decide that Benny Cristo will also represent their nation at Eurovision 2021. Odds are, his music style will make him a unique act in the field again.
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.
Eden Alene will represent Israel in Eurovision 2021, we already know that. But will her new entry have the same energy as the one Israel picked for her this year? Or will the nation go for something different.
Despite their lengthy history at Eurovision, Cyprus is yet to triumph at Eurovision. This year they selected Sandro, who would have been performing the song Running. But Cyprus did not believe he is still the man to give them their desired success.
When she heard that Eurovision 2020 would not take place, Ulrikke Brandstorp was heartbroken. She immediately announced that she would not take part in MGP 2021. So what now for Norway?
In recent years Croatia has struggled to qualify for the final, including the past two years. This year, it was up to Damir Kedžo with his song ‘Divlji vjetre’ to turn things around. Is he still the man in 2021, to bring Croatia back the [read more…]
Roxen will represent Romania in Eurovision 2021, that much we know. But will her new entry be as popular with bookmakers as her 2020 song “Alcohol you”?