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Eurovision 2021 – Turquoise Carpet – The best 3 outfits of the day
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Eurovision 2021 – Turquoise Carpet – The best 3 outfits of the day

Eurovision 2021 kicked off the most important week of the competition with the Turquoise Carpet in Rotterdam. TheGaylyMirror followed the ceremony and made a personal Top3 of the best outfits of the day. It has a been a very complicated start for the Competition Week of Eurovision 2021: the delegations from Iceland and Poland had someone of their teams who tested positive for Covid-19 and could attend the opening event. Due to the fact that the delegations of Romania and Malta are staying at the same hotel as the Polish team, as a precaution, they also could not attend the Turquoise Carpet. All the delegations will have to take PCR tests, and in case of negative results they will be allowed to participate live to each one's respective semifinal. But who had the best score for their ou...
Eurovision 2021 – Jendrik – “this is how I stopped the hate” – Video Interview
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Eurovision 2021 – Jendrik – “this is how I stopped the hate” – Video Interview

Eurovision 2021 in Rotterdam is so close to the first semifinal and all participants have already had their second rehearsals. TheGaylyMirror is amongst the journalists allowed in the press room, and always respecting social distancing and Covid-19 restrictions, we had a lovely chat with Jendrik - German contestant at this year's Eurovision Song Contest. He told us about his love ukulele and how he managed to stop the hate and live his life loving all people. https://youtu.be/JmpLfyn4CqA We would suggest you subscribe to TheGaylyMirrorTV so you do not miss any updates and news from Eurovision 2021 with our live coverage from the press room in the Rotterdam Ahoy Arena. Enjoy! :-)
Eurovision 2021 – Daily ESC Updates from the Press Room
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Eurovision 2021 – Daily ESC Updates from the Press Room

Eurovision 2021 - Live news from the Press Room in Rotterdam Ahoy Arena - Daily ESC. Eurovision Song Contest 2021 has opened its doors to almost all participating delegations and we are already at the 4th day of rehearsals. Also this year we are covering the event live from the press room: we will be posting videos and articles on these pages and on our YouTube Channel. https://youtu.be/b8O5S13PVd4 Have you already subscribed to receive all updates and fresh videos? Not yet? H U R R Y U P and click here to subscribe!  Not so many surprises till today, as unfortunately, Covid-19 restrictions have forced to social distancing and to a very reduced number of social events, but music, performances and show are going on no matter restrictions and difficulties. The first four days of...
Eurovision 2021 – Interview with Destiny Chukunyere
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Eurovision 2021 – Interview with Destiny Chukunyere

We had a lovely chat with Destiny Chukunyere, Malta's representative at Eurovision Song Contest 2021. She opened her world to us, told us things about her no one knew before and explained us why she is so determined for this Eurovision Song Contest 2021. Other fans sent in their video questions for Destiny which she appreciated very much. Watch the full interview. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CtG6Rlrv0Ds  
ROAD TO EUROVISION 2021 – AUSTRALIA WILL COMPETE USING “LIVE-ON-STAGE” PERFORMANCE.
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ROAD TO EUROVISION 2021 – AUSTRALIA WILL COMPETE USING “LIVE-ON-STAGE” PERFORMANCE.

During these difficult times due to Covid-19 and related restrictions (and dangers), Australian delegation has just announced that they will be performing from Home during this Eurovision Song Contest 2021. The Australian public broadcaster SBS announced - early today - that unfortunately their representative - Mantaigne - and the rest of the delegation will be unable to travel to Rotterdam due to the restrictions and dangers connected to Covid-19. Montaigne will therefore use the Live-On-tape performance already sent to EBU to participate in Eurovision Song Contest 2021. Josh Martin, the SBS Commissioning Editor and Australian Head of delegation said: “Australia has embraced the Eurovision spirit for more than 35 years on SBS, and our affection and excitement for the contest has con...
Road to Eurovision with Titina’s Talks – Have your say!
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Road to Eurovision with Titina’s Talks – Have your say!

Our first episode of Titina's Talks - The Talk Show For Eurovision Lovers - will air live this Thursday 15th April 2021 at 9.30 pm UK time and we will have Toy & Goy as our special guests discussing this year's entries. You will decide which entries you want to see their reactions about and want to know their point of view. Have Your Say!
Eurovision 2021: Eyes open on the odds!
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Eurovision 2021: Eyes open on the odds!

Ok, ok. I know what you are thinking: 'Never listen to the odds, everything can change until May'. True. But we all love to check the odds now and then, especially for a music competition like Eurovision that we all love and follow religiously (and sometimes too dramatically!). This is why I have decided today to analyze with you the odds 'bottom five', or at least what bettors consider as the worst entries in this year's Eurovision. Unjust? Unfair? A huge mistake we'll all regret the day of the finale? Let's start the drama... Estonia: Uku Suviste - The Lucky One (35th place) A pop ballad brought to us by the Estonian singer Uku Suviste. A 'cry of pain' caused by the end of a love story through which the artist explains how even the most beautiful and intense relationships can c...
Why we love Senhit – San Marino’s FREAKY queen
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Why we love Senhit – San Marino’s FREAKY queen

From her first appearance on Dusseldorf's stage in 2011 to her great return to the contest in 2020 (and then again in 2021), she's conquered our hearts with her warm smiles, her powerful voice and, let's be honest, her always different, unique and never boring outfits. We are obviously talking of the undisputed queen of San Marino (yes Valentina, 'Maybe' you have tried too many times and dropped the crown!), 'Her Freakiness' , Senhit. After an unfair non-qualification in 2011 with the beautiful pop-ballad 'Stand By' (for which, by the way, I am still crying out for revenge), she accepted to come back and 'battle', again, for one of the smallest countries in the world, that has an history whne it comes to competing in this Contest: San Marino. Let's be clear: a returning artist f...
Road To Eurovision 2021 – possibility to allow live audience during the event
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Road To Eurovision 2021 – possibility to allow live audience during the event

Covid 19 Pandemic has forced EBU to re-arrange all normal plans for Eurovision, and till today the presence of live audience during the event was not guaranteed. After a long debate, EBU has responded to the announcement that, if circumstances allow, audiences will be permitted to attend the Eurovision Song Contest in May. Martin Österdahl, Executive Supervisor of the Eurovision Song Contest, stated: “We welcome this decision by the Dutch government and the possibility that we can invite fans to join us as we bring the Eurovision Song Contest back in May. We will consider the options now available and announce more details in the coming weeks on how we can safely admit audiences to the Ahoy venue in Rotterdam should the situation allow. The health and safety of all those attending ...
This is my TOP 5 for #ESC2021 with #Titina21
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This is my TOP 5 for #ESC2021 with #Titina21

Becoming a Titiner and loving it; Selecting my Top5 For Eurovision Song Contest and loving it even more! With the victory of Duncan Laurence in 2019, the contest moved from Tel Aviv to Rotterdam, an expected return on Dutch soil after 45 years since their last victory. The 65th edition of the show will surely be remembered as the first in history to be postponed (due to Covid-19) but also as the first to be aired without a live audience (which I am afraid it might probably have a negative impact on the show). While 34 out of 40 participating countries will have to compete in the two semi-finals to gain a ticket for the grand final, the 'Big Five', joined by The Netherlands, will 'only' need to worry about bringing a decent act on stage. But the question still remains, year after...
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