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Belgium: Song for Eurovision 2019 To Be Revealed on February 28

RTBF has revealed this evening that the song that will represent Belgium at Eurovision 2019 will be revealed on February 28.

The song that Eliot will perform for Belgium at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 will be revealed at the end of February. RTBF has confirmed this evening that the song is set to be revealed to the public for the first time on February 28. “Wake Up” is reportedly the title of the song that will be performed by Eliot Vassamillet at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019.

It has already been confirmed that Pierre Dumoulin from the Roscoe group will write the song that Eliot will perform in Israel. Pierre co-author of Blanche’s “City Lights”, which finished 4th. The song will not be revealed until February. Pierre explained that;

As soon as I saw Eliot’s performance at his Blind audition, I felt he had ‘that extra stuff that I’m looking for in an artist, that sensitivity and crack that’s needed to convey the emotions

Eliot Vassamillet participated in one live show on The Voice Belgique, and was a member of Slimane’s team. Eliot’s selection continues RTBF’s decision to select who have participated in The Voice Belgique as the Belgian entrant for Eurovision.

Belgium was represented by Sennek at the 2018 contest in Lisbon, Portugal. However, she failed to reach the Grand Final, placing 12th in the semi-final with her song “A Matter Of Time”.

Source: Telepro

Belgium was one of the original seven nations to participate in the first edition of the Eurovision Song Contest in 1956. To date, the country has won the contest only once in 1986. Sandra Kim won the contest with the song “J’aime la vie”, her victory was not without controversy when it emerged that Sandra was just 13 years old, two years younger than the age restriction at the time. In the late 00s, Belgium struggled in the contest failing to reach the final annually from 2005 until 2010, when Tom Dice finished 6th in the final with 143 points. Belgium has finished last at the contest six times, including two sets of nul points.

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