Sergey Lazarev the Russian entrant for Eurovision 2019 is set to be one of the hosts of All Together Now in Russia, which launches last this month.
The Russian participant for Eurovision 2019, Sergey Lazarev, will be one of the host of the Russian version of All Together Now. The series is coming to Russia for the first time later this month, with the show start on March 23rd on Rossiya-1.
Sergey will be one of the members of the 100, the jury formed of singers, performers, vocal coaches and members of the music industry. The format of the show sees a singer perform for the 100, and if a jury member likes the performance they must join in. The aim is to get all 100 jury members on their feet and singing.
Of note is that one of the other participants in this years Eurovision Song Contest has links to All Together Now. Michael Rice from the United Kingdom won the first edition of All Together Now, before going on to be selected for Eurovision 2019.
Who is Sergey Lazarev?
Russian singer Sergey Lazarev has been singing and acting since he was ten years old, and had received his first award in music by fourteen. He represented Russia at the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest in Stockholm, Sweden, with his song “You Are The Only One”. He placed third in the grand final, and will return to the contest this year in Tel Aviv.
Russia debuted in Eurovision in 1994 and has gone on to be one of the most successful countries in the contest. Since the mid-00s Russia has had a string of strong results including their first and only victory in 2008. Dima Bilan won the contest in Belgrade, Serbia with the song “Believe” taking the contest to Moscow in the following year. In 2015 and 2016, Russia finished in 2nd and 3rd place respectively in the final.