Noemi will be performing tonight during the first night of Sanremo 2021 instead of Irama.
Noemi will now be performing this evening in the Festival di Sanremo 2021 night one instead of Irama. Irama has been forced to pull out of performing this evening after a member of the singers team tested positive for COVID-19. Irama was tested for COVID-19 this evening and came back negative, this means the singer will be performing in tomorrow nights show.
The running order for tonight is as follows:
- Arisa – Potevi fare di più
- Colapesce & Dimartino – Musica leggerissima
- Aiello – Ora
- Francesca Michielin & Fedez – Chiamami per nome
- Max Gazzè & La Trifluoperazina Monstery Band – Il farmacista
- Noemi – Glicine
- Madame – Voce
- Måneskin – Ti piace così
- Ghemon – Momento perfetto
- Coma_Cose – Fiamme negli occhi
- Annalisa – Dieci
- Francesco Renga – Quando trovo te
- Fasma – Parlami
This evenings show will feature a performance from Diodato who was due to represent Italy at the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 having won the 70th edition of the Festival di Sanremo. Also making appearances are Loredana Bertè, Alessia Bonari and Banda musicale della Poliza di stato with Olga Zakharova and Stefano Di Battista.
The results of the first night of the competition will be determined entirely by a demoscopic jury. The demoscopic jury is formed of music fans who have been selected by Ipsos to vote on this evenings show, they will be voting from their own homes. At the end of the evening an initial ranking of the thirteen artists will be announced.
You can watch the competition live from 20:30 CET via Eurovoix.tv.
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Italy debuted in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1956 and has participated a total of 42 times to date. Italy returned to the Eurovision Song Contest in 2011 having last participated in the contest in 1997, the country has withdrawn from the contest on a number of occasions in the past. Italy has won the contest twice, the first time being in 1964 and the latest being in 1990. Italy’s hosting of the contest in 1991 has been remembered as one of the most chaotic contests to date. Since their return in 2011 Italy has finished in the top 10 on seven occasions.
Updated at 19:38 CET.