Australian singer Jessica Mauboy will be taking part in a promotional tour ahead of the Eurovision Song Contest.
Jessica Mauboy, Australia’s representative at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest, will be promoting her song in two different countries throughout April. The singer has announced that she will stop in the United Kingdom for the London Eurovision Party on April 5th, then move onto Eurovision In Concert in Amsterdam on April 14th.
I’m so excited I’m going to London and Amsterdam!!!! ????????????????Where should I visit when I’m there @cityoflondon, @Iamsterdam?? Can’t wait to see you all at the Eurovision parties. ???? #WEGOTLOVE #EUROVISION pic.twitter.com/WowHxnLrwf
— Jessica Mauboy (@jessicamauboy) 16 March 2018
Jessica is no stranger to the Eurovision Song Contest, as she performed on the 2014 stage in Copenhagen as the interval act, where she performed her song “Sea of Flags”. Since 2012, she has also headlined numerous tours, and supported the likes of Beyoncé and Chris Brown.
Jessica Mauboy will represent Australia at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest in Lisbon, Portugal. She was internally selected by Australian broadcaster SBS, and will sing “We Got Love”.
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Australia debuted in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2015 as part of celebrations marking 60 years of the Eurovision Song Contest. Australia has broadcast the contest since 1983 making it the country which watched the contest for the longest period of time before taking part in the contest. In 2016 Australia was represented by Dami Im with the song “Sound of Silence”. She brought Australia 2nd place in the final scoring 511 points, she was just 23 points away from victory.