Senhit has confirmed that Flo Rida will be at the Eurovision Song Contest in Rotterdam if circumstances permit.
Speaking to Eurovision Planet, Senhit has confirmed that Flo Rida is planned to be at Eurovision Song Contest for her performance of “Adrenalina”. Senhit explained that:
If circumstances allow it, of course, Flo Rida will be on the Eurovision stage. I have invited him. He heard the song, loved it, and wanted to participate, so I invited him to come to Eurovision in San Marino.
The singer went on to add that:
If the situation does not improve, then we have other plans for action. The important thing is that the song, with or without Flo Rida, encourages you to move, dance, and release your adrenaline. You are my adrenaline.
Senhit is due to perform in the first half of the second semi-final on May 20.
Who is Senhit?
Senhit is no stranger to the Eurovision Song Contest, having represented San Marino at the 2011 edition in Düsseldorf, Germany, with her song “Stand By”.
Last year, Senhit was selected to once again represent San Marino at the Eurovision Song Contest, before its cancellation. Two songs were in contention, “Obsessed” and “Freaky!”, with the latter being selected by an online public vote.
Source: Eurovision Planet
San Marino debuted in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2008 alongside Azerbaijan. On their debut, they were represented by Miodio and the song “Complice”, and finished last in their semi-final with just 5 points. San Marino withdrew from the contest before returning again in 2011. Since then the country has participated annually and in 2014 qualified for their first final. The nation’s worst result came in 2017 when Valentina Monetta represented San Marino for the fourth time alongside Jimmie Wilson with “Spirit of the Night.” The pair finished last in their semi-final with just 1 point.