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Anxhela Peristeri performs acoustic "Karma" - Albania Eurovision 2021

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Every weekday, between now and the contest in May, the team from wiwibloggs will round up the latest titbits from the world of Eurovision 2021. We trawl through Instagram, Twitter and elsewhere so that y’all don’t have to. In today’s Daily Digest Senhit travels to Poland, Stefania and Jeangu Macrooy get immortalised in commerative banknotes and Anxhela Peristeri performs an acoustic version of “Karma”. But first…
Eurovision news: 6 April
TIX reflects on his career in NRK documentary
Norwegian broadcaster NRK has released a documentary looking at TIX’s music career. The “Fallen Angel” singer watches a number of clips, with highlights from his music career and special messages from people including his old school music teacher, Norway’s Minister of Health and American popstress Ava Max. TIX also talks about how he considered withdrawing from Melodi Grand Prix 2021 after “Ut av mørket” was badly received by Norwegian music reviewers. Watch out for the cameo appearance of TIX’s cat Findus! The show is in Norwegian, but you can make English subtitles by turning on Norwegian subtitles and translating to English in your browser. Watch

Eurovision 2021: ESC online music lessons for children launched

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Eurovision 2021: ESC online music lessons for children launched
AVROTROS, the Dutch national broadcaster has revealed that a Eurovision Song Contest themed music lesson package has been launched for upper primary school students.
Nine special online music lessons with the  2021 Eurovision hosts
Chantal Janzen, Edsilia Rombley, Jan Smit and Nikkie de Jager, as well as
Duncan Laurence and
Jeangu Macrooy, were launched yesterday. The episodes are entirely devoted to the Eurovision Song Contest and are available from yesterday via Schooltv for the upper years of primary education.
By experiencing the Eurovision Song Contest in the classroom, we try to stimulate music education in the classroom, together with

Eurovision can go ahead with limited audience, Dutch organisers say

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Eurovision can go ahead with limited audience, Dutch organisers say
The Ahoy in Rotterdam will host the contest. Photo: Ahoy Rotterdam via Wikimedia Commons
There will be an audience at this year’s Eurovision Song Festival event in Rotterdam in May, the organisers have confirmed.
Government officials have agreed to use the contest, which involves 39 countries, as a further test to monitor how larger events can be organized safely during the pandemic.
All nine shows – six rehearsals, two semi finals and the final – can be attended by a maximum of 3,500 people – all of whom must have a valid negative test result to be allowed in.

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A Eurovision 2021 Roundup

A Eurovision 2021 Roundup
Eurovision was CANCELLED last year due to the Pandemic despite some flop countries finally having a good entry (*cough, Germany, cough*). Anyway, here's a little roundup of
my top 10 favourite entries announced so far followed by a list of all the rest of the confirmed Eurovision 2021 entries. Eurovision WILL be happening WITHOUT an audience. It's the socially distanced, virtual, European event of the year!! Hold onto your butts, this post is video and link HEAVY.
San Marino
Senhit - Adrenalina (Featuring Flo Rida)
Yes, Americans, you read that right - Flo Rida is technically a part of Eurovision this year! Will he BE THERE? No idea. But he's in the song!

Bulgaria: VICTORIA shares details about song reveal concert

VICTORIA will announce her song Eurovision 2021 for Bulgaria in a special one-off concert. And now, the “Tears Getting Sober” hitmaker has revealed more details about the special event. A star studded lineup of some of Bulgaria’s biggest personalities will host the event and join VICTORIA for the big reveal.
Eurovision 2021 stars from all around Europe are also set to appear.
Bulgarian superstars to appear at VICTORIA’s special song reveal concert
The event produced by BNT, iCard and the Ligna Group is set to unite Bulgaria in a celebration of song. Producer Genoveva Hristova says:
“I am happy we managed to get on one stage some of the most popular faces in Bulgaria. Eurovision is project which gives access to a huge audience and I can categorically say that there is no better place to show that we are one. At the concert on 10 March actors, singers and many more popular faces will take part

Bulgaria: VICTORIA's Eurovision concert and song reveal preview

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Bulgaria: VICTORIA's Eurovision concert and song reveal preview
Bulgaria’s road to the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 has been a long and open internal selection, but the time has finally come for VICTORIA’s Eurovision entry to be announced!
Airing tomorrow morning at 07.00 am AEDT, VICTORIA’s live one-off Eurovision concert will be broadcast on BNT1 in Bulgaria, and will be streamed live around the world on VICTORIA’s YouTube channel. The show is scheduled to run for approximately one hour.
The concert, which will feature some well-known Bulgarian stars with Eurovision connections, as well as some of the stars of this years contest, is being produced by Bulgarian Eurovision broadcaster BNT, iCard, and the Ligma Group.

Eurovision 2021. Armenia withdraws, Russia gets new entry

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9 Mar in 22:00
By Vestnik Kavkaza, Wiwiblogs
In the space of just three days, we’ve had ten new entries for Eurovision. The contest is going to take place in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Last year, due to COVID-19 pandemic, Eurovision was canceled. This year, the organizing side stated that the format would depend on the epidemic situation in the Netherlands.
Russia welcomed the selection show on March 8th. The last-year favorite performers of the contest Little Big withdrew the qualifying round. The group decided that their new song would be compared with the last-year entry Uno rather than with songs of other participants and it would lead to a failure. Nevertheless, singer Manizha will represent Russia in the Netherlands. She will sing Russian Woman.

Bulgaria: VICTORIA Will Sing 'Growing Up Is Getting Old' at Eurovision 2021

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Bulgaria: VICTORIA Will Sing 'Growing Up Is Getting Old' at Eurovision 2021
Following an open internal selection which saw six songs contend to represent Bulgaria at the Eurovision Song Contest, VICTORIA, BNT, and iCard have selected 'Growing Up Is Getting Old' to represent Bulgaria in Rotterdam.
'Growing Up Is Getting Old' was written by Victoria Georgieva, Maya Nalani, Helena Larsson, and Oliver Björkvall. About the song, VICTORIA said:
“You can grow as a person in many different ways. Sometimes going back to your roots helps you to find your purpose on Earth.”
The song announcement came at the end of a special one-hour concert of VICTORIA's potential Eurovision songs and biggest hits, filmed from the roof of the Grand Hotel Sofia. The show saw some of the biggest stars in Bulgaria coming together in support of VICTORIA, telling the audiences which of the songs were their favourites.

Bulgaria: VICTORIA shares details about song reveal concert

Bulgarian superstars and artists from Eurovision 2021 will appear at VICTORIA's special song reveal concert on Wednesday 10 March.

Jeangu Macrooy releases 'Birth Of A New Age' – The Netherlands' song for Eurovision 2021

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Jeangu Macrooy releases ‘Birth Of A New Age’ – The Netherlands’ song for Eurovision 2021
Our Eurovision 2021 hosting country, The Netherlands, has just announced that Jeangu Macrooy will sing ‘Birth Of A New Age’ on stage in Rotterdam. His song premiered in a special social media broadcast, and was internally selected by host broadcaster AVROTROS and has been written and produced by Jeangu Macrooy and longtime collaborator Perquisite.
The song has been descirbed by Jeangu as "... an ode to everyone who stands up for themselves and dares to celebrate the power of their authenticity.”
During his entry Jeangu sings in Sranan Tongo, one of the languages of his birthplace Suriname; the language makes a welcome debut on the Eurovision stage. This section is inspired by an old Surinamese “odo” or saying:

Eurovision The Netherlands: Jeangu Macrooy presents "Birth of a new age" for Rotterdam!

Eurovision news: We got news from this year's host country! Jeangu Macrooy, who is set to represent the year's host country, has just released the song he will get in his

The Netherlands: AVROTROS sets the date Jeangu's ESC entry premiere

Eurovision news: Dutch national broadcaster, AVROTROS, has set the date for the official premiere of Jeangu's Eurovision 2021 entry. Spread the word! The Netherlands will

Eurovision Song Contest 2021: James Newman reselected as UK's entry

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BBC News
By Steve Holden
image copyrightVictor Frankowski
James Newman is getting another shot at Eurovision, after being reselected to represent the UK for the 2021 contest in the Netherlands.
His new song will be revealed at a later date but he's promising something "positive and upbeat".
"I need to finish what I started," James tells Radio 1 Newsbeat.
"I was so gutted when it got cancelled last year, and I didn't get the opportunity to go to Rotterdam and sing on stage. I instantly wanted to take part again."
The contest is due to take place 18-22 May at Rotterdam's Ahoy! venue.

Jeangu Macrooy's Eurovision 2021 song to be released in early March

Jeangu Macrooy.
While the Dutch have revealed lots of information about the contest in May, it’s been sometime since we’ve heard anything about their entry. Commentator
Cornald Maas has broken the silence by revealing that Jeangu’s song will be released in early March.
Jeangu Macrooy’s Eurovision 2021 song to be released in early March
The early March reveal keeps with tradition. In previous years, the Dutch songs typically dropped around this time period. Maas shared the tidbit during an appearance on the RTL morning talk show
“I have a lot of appreciation for Jeangu and his team for how they dealt with the situation. A year ago, it was cancelled and he was immediately reselected to represent us and that was justified, I found. That you give him another chance for taking part after missing the contest then.

Vision Music Awards 2020: Iceland's Daði & Gagnamagnið win Best Staging Concept

Vision Music Awards 2020: Iceland’s Daði & Gagnamagnið win Best Staging Concept
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As all Eurovision fans know, the “
vision” part of the contest is almost as important as the song itself. With a plethora of lights, effects and pyrotechnics at their disposal, every country dreams of an iconic staging moment that will make the public pick up their phones and impress the juries. In short, the staging can make or break a song.
For Eurovision 2020 of course, those dreams were dashed. All we were left with were staging blueprints, and winks towards staging ambitions from music videos and national selection performances. The thought of what might have been never rang truer, as we were promised some incredible performances.

Vision Music Awards 2020: Bulgaria's VICTORIA wins Best Interior Design

Eurovision wouldn’t be Eurovision without the gorgeous staging to match the music. It’s sad that the 41 fantastic songs of Eurovision 2020 didn’t get the justice of presentation on the big stage. It didn’t mean they didn’t get their moment in the spotlight, however, as they were all performed in the comfortable homes of the Eurovision stars. It’s not common that we get to see the places where our musicians live and work, and it is certainly worthy of merit. There’s nothing more special than the space a musician makes their magic happen!
As such, as part of the

Vision Music Awards 2020: Bulgaria's VICTORIA wins Best Quarantine Couture

While last year’s Eurovision season didn’t have the big stage and bright lights, it still had its usual fashion pageant. Maybe not the mixture of dazzling and disastrous we’re used to, but fashion nonetheless. There’s something extremely charming about seeing our Eurovision stars in their favourite home clothes.
To honour this year’s cosy parade, we asked you to vote for the act you thought showed off the
Best Quarantine Couture as part of our 2020
While our time in lockdown might have had less ballgowns and more dressing gowns, our Eurovision stars still sported some memorable looks. Gjon’s Tears showed off his set of collared shirts. Ulrikke brought the plaid and cowgirl vibe. Past Eurovision stars Slavko Kalezic and Maruv also sported memorable looks for their lockdown performances.

Vision Music Awards 2020: Sweden's The Mamas win Most Uplifting Message

Most Uplifting Message at
Europe Shine A Light showcased all 41 of the would-have-been Eurovision 2020 entries, they made special effort to give each artist time to share a message for their country as well as their fans across the continent. Our Class of ’20 treated us to jingles we can wash our hands to, reminded us to look after our mental health, and encouraged us to discover new hobbies and skills in lockdown. But whose lockdown message lifted your spirits more than any other?
After counting a total of 1,447 votes, we can now reveal the winner…
VMAs 2020: Sweden’s The Mamas win Most Uplifting Message

Vision Music Awards 2020: Bulgaria's VICTORIA wins Best Home Concert

Best Home Concert.
Europe Shine a Light to the Eurovision Home Concerts series, which made many of us smile throughout lockdown. And who could forget our brand spanking-new, corona-proof Wiwi Jam at Home? This VMA is celebrating the Eurovision 2020 artists who went the extra mile when performing at home, and entertained their fans across the continent with unforgettable fabulosity.
After counting a total of 1,770 votes, we can now reveal the winner…
VMAs 2020: Bulgaria’s VICTORIA wins Best Home Concert
Securing first place is
VICTORIA. The Bulgarian star received 164 votes, which is 9.27% of the total. It’s fair to say that VICTORIA went beyond most to connect with fans in 2020. She took part in the fourth episode of Eurovision Home concerts, where she performed her Eurovision 2020 entry “Tears Getting Sober” and a cover of Duncan Laurence’s Eurovision 2019 winning song “Arcade”.

Eurovision 2020 in review: The fuel for change

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The new logo for Eurovision 2021
Photo: Clever ° Franke
Eurovision 2020 in review: The fuel for change
30 December 2020 at 17:00 CET
After the unprecedented cancellation of the Contest and the unifying production of 'Eurovision: Europe Shine A Light', it's now time to pave the way towards an unforgettable 2021. Let's conclude our 'Eurovision 2020 in review' series by opening up to new adventures.
What can you expect after a year of the unexpected? It's been an interesting 2020 to say the least; a lot has happened and frankly, a lot hasn't. Last time, we left you with the question: What does the future hold for the Eurovision Song Contest 2021? Without further ado, let's find out!

Celebrate at home: 250 Dutch artists sign up for online New Year party

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The government has agreed to invest €1m in an online New Year’s festival which it hopes will keep youngsters off the streets and out of trouble.
In total, 250 performers including Douwe Bob, Jeangu Macrooy, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano and De Jeugd van Tegenwoordig have agreed to take part in the festival, which is encouraging viewers ‘to celebrate NYE at home, with your favourite artists’.
The idea was developed by Maarten Schulz of festival platform Follow the Beat, and he hopes at least 500,000 people will watch the online Goodbye2020 event.
‘I’m not normally a big fan of streaming because everything is better live,’ he told broadcaster NOS. ‘But this year everything is different. Everything is shut, you can’t make plans. So we hope to make a contribution.’

The Netherlands' Jeangu Macrooy will perform 23rd in the Eurovision 2021 final

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Those with a decent memory will recall that this is the same position Jeangu was due to sing in at the cancelled 2020 contest.
Following the earlier announcement that the semi-final allocations will remain the same as 2020, the Reference Group has now decided that the Netherland’s grand final spot will also be unchanged.
The placing was originally drawn at the Heads of Delegation meeting last March. While the Eurovision running order has been producer-led since 2013, host nations still draw their spot at random. This ensures producers don’t weight the running order to favour their own act.
While the artist and the running order position are unchanged, the song will be new. Shortly after Eurovision’s cancellation due to the COVID-19 pandemic, show organisers confirmed that all new songs would be required for 2021.

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