Four countries; Austria, Bulgaria, Greece, and Switzerland are today revealing their entries for the Eurovision Song Contest 2021
Austria – “Amen” Song Reveal – 07:50 CET
The song “Amen” performed by Vincent Bueno and has been internally selected as the Austrian entry for Eurovision 2021. The reveal is set to take place on the Ö3-Wecker at 7.50 CET.
According to reports from a press conference yesterday the song is said to be a ballad, with the music video following the story of Vincent and a bird.
Greece – “Last Dance” Song Reveal – 16:00 CET
“Last Dance” by Stefania will be revealed this afternoon at 16:00 CET, you can watch the reveal on Eurovoix.tv.
According to OGAE Greece, “Last Dance” is said to have dance influences from the ’80s and the winning song of 2019, Duncan Laurence’s Arcade.
18-year-old Stefania Liberakakis will be representing Greece at the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 in Rotterdam, performing in the second Semi-Final on the 20th of May.
Switzerland – Gjon’s Tears Song Reveal – 16:00 CET
Gjon’s Tear’s entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 will be revealed by SRF this afternoon at 16:00 CET.
The Swiss entry for the 2021 contest was selected in December. 13 songs were created at a song camp, which was then produced with Gjon’s Tears recording his vocals on each track. Gjon’s posted ahead of the song reveal:
A total of 13 songs were assessed 100 person viewer panel and a 20 person jury of international specialists, who awarded points and feedback to each of the songs. The songs were then refined based on the feedback with videos of Gjon singing the songs live produced. These videos went back to the jury for the final assessment. The winning song’s title has not been revealed but it is confirmed that the song has been co-written by Gjon.
Bulgaria – Victoria’s Song Reveal Concert – 20:00 CET
A one-hour concert will be revealing the Bulgarian entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 performed by Victoria. You can watch the reveal on Eurovoix.tv.
Accompanying Victoria on stage tomorrow are Grafa, Mihaela Fileva, Azis, DARA, Venci Venc, and Lucy Dyakovska. They will be complemented by actress and producer, Desi Tenekedzhieva and vlogger and director, Chris Zahariev.
Six songs are in the running for Victoria to perform at Eurovision 2021, they are:
Not only will Bulgarian artists take part in this but also artists from this year’s edition of the Eurovision Song Contest will take part. Representatives from Lithuania, Spain, The Netherlands, Serbia, and Iceland will be making video appearances.
Victoria will present her Eurovision entry song at the end of the concert.