At least someone will get a second chance for Eurovision.
We all know that unfortunately, due to Covid-19 pandemic, this year Eurovision Song Contest (live) was cancelled, but at least we are enjoying the show in a different way via youtube, and all fans are celebrating ESC week anyway.
Singers – and all their teams – worked very hard for this Eurovision, but they did not have the chance to stand on that stage and compete as they had planned to do till they had the sad news fo the cancellation of the show.
As soon as all this happened, the discussion on “allowing singers to come back next year” started and disagreeing voices were heard all around.
Well, today at least we know that some of them have been already reconfirmed for Eurovision 2021 and we are very happy to share the updated list of returning singers with you all.
- AUSTRIA – VINCENT BUENO
- AUSTRALIA – MONTAIGNE
- AZERBAIJAN – EFENDI
- BELGIUM – HOOVERPHONIC
- BULGARIA – VICTORIA
- CZECH REP – BENNY CRISTO
- GEORGIA: TORNIKE KIPIANI
- GREECE: STEFANIA
- ISRAEL: EDEN ALENE
- MALTA – DESTINY
- ROMANIA – ROXANE
- SPAIN: BLAS CANTÓ
- SWITZERLAND: GJON’S TEARS
- THE NETHERLANDS: JEANGU MACROOY
- UKRAINE: GO_A
What is the 2021 venue?
It would really be unfair not to give Rotterdam a second chance after all the efforts made to organise the contest this year, but nothing is confirmed yet.
The European Broadcasting Union, EBU and the Dutch broadcasters NPO, NOS and AVROTROS are continuing their talks with the City of Rotterdam to see if it’s possible to stage Eurovision Song Contest 2021 in Rotterdam. Rumors might confirm that ESC 2021 would be held in Rotterdam – Ahoy Arena – as 2 of the three hosts which were selected for Eurovision 2020, changed their bio on Instagram as we can show below.
We will keep you updated.
Do you agree with having Eurovision Song Contest 2021 in Rotterdam?