The Bulgarian representative for Eurovision 2020 and 2021 has shared her new single “Ugly Cry” and marks her third song this year
With the release of her brand new single “Ugly Cry” which was co-written by Victoria herself during a Eurovision song-writing camp in London, the upcoming artist sums up a pretty full year of musical achievements, following her selection for Eurovision 2020 back in November of 2019, she has gone on to release her Eurovision entry “Tears Getting Sober” and follow-up song “alright” in March and June respectively.
BNT have confirmed that ‘Ugly Cry’ is in the running to be the Bulgarian entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2021. The song is currently 3 minutes and 42 seconds long, as a result the song would need to be shorted to compete. The Bulgarian entry for Rotterdam will be internally selected and ‘Ugly Cry’ will be in competition with a number of other songs.
A look back at Eurovision 2020
The young artist was announced to the world as the Bulgarian representative for Eurovision 2020 on November 25th last year and went on to place first in the betting odds to win the contest set to be held in May of 2020, before the unfortunate cancellation of the historic event for the first time in 65 years of broadcasting due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bulgaria was set to make their come-back in 2020 following a one year absence due financial instability within the national broadcaster. They resumed their search for Eurovision after confirming participation and went on to select Victoria Georgieva.
Following several tweets regarding their views on future plans for Eurovision, BNT announced that they are eyeing at young and new talent to compete for the nation on the Eurovision stage.
What’s to come for Eurovision 2021
VICTORIA has revealed that her entry for the 2021 contest will be released in March 2021 just like “Tears Getting Sober”, she has also been very busy recording and releasing songs this year, even attending the Black Sea Eurovision Song Writing Camp which took place back in August, the songwriting camp lasted 10 days and was organized in order to write and produce the potential entry for Bulgaria’s Eurovision return.