Germany’s Eurovision 2021 artist, Jendrik, has released an ‘Acoustic Vs Burlesque’ version of his song “I Don’t Feel Hate”.
German singer Jendrik has released two versions of his competing song ahead of his appearance in the Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest on May 22nd.
To date, the following countries have released various versions of their competing songs:
- Albania (Acoustic)
- Azerbaijan (Slowed-down)
- Bulgaria (Acoustic)
- France (Acoustic)
- Germany (Acoustic vs Burlesque)
- Latvia (Acoustic)
- Malta (Symphonic)
- Portugal (Acoustic)
- Serbia (Acoustic)
Who is Jendrik?
Jendrik Sigwart was born in Hamburg and is the second eldest of 4 siblings. At a young age, he began to play piano and violin and has also learned how to play the ukulele. After he finished high school, he went on to attend the Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences where he studied Musical Theatre. Jendrik has appeared in musicals such as “Grease” and “Peter Pan”, alongside writing his own songs on the ukulele.
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Germany was one of seven countries to participate in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1956. The country has taken part in every contest since then, apart from in 1996 when they failed to make it through the qualifying round. To date Germany has won the contest twice, the first time being in 1982 when Nicole sang “Ein Bisschen Frieden” in Harrogate, which later became a global hit. Germany didn’t win again until 2010 when Lena sang “Satellite” in Oslo. She received 9 sets of 12 points, scoring 246 points overall.