“Eurovision Final is the toughest one to predict since 2014”

The Trophy at the Grand Final of Eurovision Song Contest 2021 PHOTO: EBU / STIJN SMULDERS

The Eurovision Grand Final 2021 is the toughest one to predict since 2014. Thus says ESCDaily’s chief editor Steef van Gorkum in the Eurovision podcast Daily Coffee. “There are 4 or 5 entries good enough to win this year.”

Erik Bolks has made his mind up. “France will be a runaway winner. I actually believe they will win both the televote and the jury vote.” Van Gorkum reacts: “That is indeed one possible scenario in the back of my mind. However, I will probably end up going for Malta or Italy and put France outside the top 3. I think it’s just not the kind of entry that will finish second.”

In the end, it will all depend on what Europe will go for after a pandemic year. In the podcast, Bolks and Van Gorkum also discuss the jury rehearsal from last night together with presenter Dennis van Eersel.

Listen to the full Eurovision podcast below and make up your mind for the Grand Final:

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