In our previous news, we gave detailed information about the third half final of Norway, and let’s share new news from other countries. These countries Ukraine, Spain and Bulgaria
Go_A’s Eurovision entry will be decided by an expert jury
Ukrainian public broadcaster UA:PBC revealed the jury that will select Go_A’s song for the Eurovision Song Contest 2021. In it, you may recognise some Ukrainian stars and a Eurovision winner!
Jamala – singer, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2016;
Yevhen Filatov – producer, leader of the band The Manaken;
Ruslan Kvinta – music producer, composer;
Yaroslav Lodygin – member of the Managing Board of UA: PBC in charge of television;
Dmytro Khorkin – member of the Managing Board of UA: PBC in charge of radio.
Go_A will present at least two songs to the jury and the song with the most points will win. If two or more songs get an equal number of points, the winning song will be decided by majority voting. The results will be announced on 10 March.
VICTORIA is set to release her first EP in February, called A little dramatic. The artist was chosen to represent Bulgaria in 2020 before the Contest was cancelled but will now go on to represent her country again in 2021. Her new album features five songs and she’ll be taking one of them to Eurovision this year. Victoria will present a lyric video of each song on her YouTube channel with more details to follow on her social media channels.
“Every young artist dreams about their first album. I am proud I will finally be able to share my EP with the world. The title “A little dramatic” best describes the overall arc of the songs on the album. I think I grew a lot in 2020, which was quite a dramatic year,” she said.
Which song from VICTORIA’s mini-album will represent Bulgaria in Rotterdam?
The audience will get to decide Blas Cantó’s song for this year’s Contest. RTVE has announced that a national final will be broadcast on a to-be-announced date in February.
It will involve a live show and the public will be able to vote for their favourite out of two songs. Blas Cantó said: “I want to know the opinion of the fans. They will have to choose between two different sides of me.”
Voting can be done through the RTVE Eurovision App or by calling or sending an SMS.
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