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Author: Luka Mandić

Luka is my name, from Serbia with love! I guess you want to know more about me… yeah? My biggest passion is Eurovision Song Contest. So get ready to read and know more about this unique show that unites the whole world.
Senhit’s #Freakytriptorotterdam continues!
Entertainment, Eurovision

Senhit’s #Freakytriptorotterdam continues!

San Marino’s famous artist and Eurovision alumni is taking us on a musical adventure to Rotterdam 2021. Senhit (formerly known as Senit) made her San Eurovision debut for San Marino back in 2011. She was selected to compete once again in Eurovision 2020.  Since it’s cancellation due to the global pandemic, we’re happy to say that Senhit will return in 2021! “I will represent San Marino at the 2021 Eurovision Song Contest in Rotterdam. So I have decided to go on a freaky tribute journey to celebrate the Eurovision history and its fans…” https://youtu.be/c6ZNo_hVA6E To ease the wait until next Year, Senhit is releasing covers of Eurovision classics rendered in her original and unique musical and visual style. So far the #freakytriptorotterdam consists of 3 amazing covers - “Ch...
American Song Contest – a new chapter begins!
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American Song Contest – a new chapter begins!

Good evening America! The producers of Eurovision have announced that The United States are getting their own version of the show - American Song Contest. There have been many speculations about how, when and if The US would join Eurovision, as it turns out the team is shaking things up and bringing the contest to America in a whole new format! “Imagine if music was an Olympic sport and artists from all over the world came together to compete for the gold. That’s the Eurovision Song Contest.” says Anders Lenhoff - one of the “Eurovision” rights owners, “The American version will be different than anything seen before on U.S. television, marrying the fanfare and excitement of March Madness and the NFL playoffs with the artistry and beauty of world-class performances. The American Son...
Luxembourg’s RTL will not participate in the 65th Eurovision Song Contest
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Luxembourg’s RTL will not participate in the 65th Eurovision Song Contest

The Luxembourgish national broadcaster RTL has confirmed that they will not participate in the 65th edition of Eurovision in 2021. Luxembourg is one of the founding members of the ESC, they debuted in 1956 with Michele Arnaud’s “Ne Crois Pas”. They have not participated since 1993 even though there were rumours of a comeback in 2004 and 2010. The dutchy has an impressive track record - their first win was in 1965 with France Gall‘s "Poupée de cire, poupée de son". Since then they’ve achieved a total of 5 wins! You can check out Luxembourg’s top 10 entries here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J6GUmZPk6Bc RTL’s Steve Schmit explained that the broadcaster is a small station producing only 2 hours of programme per day. Schmit also explains: “our strategy is focused on information an...
Take it away! Jon Ola Sand, a Eurovision legend.
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Take it away! Jon Ola Sand, a Eurovision legend.

The man we all came to know and love as the "Big Boss" of Eurovision has stepped down after a decade of being the Competition’s Executive  Supervisor. Besides being famous for using the catchphrase “Take it away!” to announce the end of the voting process at the Grand Finale, Jon Ola successfully refreshed and modernised the show’s format. In an interview for eurovision.tv, Jon Ola Sand said: – “The past decade at the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) has been fantastic and exciting, but it will also be good to come home.” – “I have been involved with the Eurovision Song Contest for over 20 years. First as Head of Delegation for Norway, then as Executive Producer in Oslo in 2010 and I have been privileged to have been the captain of the ship in Geneva for the past 9 years.” Sinc...
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