The winner of the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest, Duncan Laurence, will be featuring in “Love, Victor” second season’s soundtrack.
The newest song from the Dutch singer, “Heaven is a Hand to Hold”, is included in the official soundtrack of the series, whose second season will be premiered today in the US on the online platform Hulu, on June 11th.
Love Victor… a series that inspires so many LGBTQ+ kids around the world it’s okay to be who they are and to love who they love. And now I’m part of the official soundtrack of season 2… I’m so honoured… @LoveVictorHulu @hulu #lovevictor pic.twitter.com/fKNdxKlVet
— Duncan Laurence (@dunclaurence) June 10, 2021
Duncan Laurence was the reigning champion of the Eurovision Contest for 2 years, since he won the 64th contest in Tel Aviv with his song “Arcade”, and a total of 498 points, until he passed the title to Måneskin from Italy, who won this year’s contest with their song “Zitti e Buoni”, and an amount of 524 points.
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The Netherlands in the Eurovision Song Contest
The Netherlands debuted in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1956 and has gone on to compete in all bar four contests. To date the Netherlands has won the contest on five occasions; 1957, 1959, 1969, 1975 and most recently 2019. Prior to Duncan Laurence’s victory in Tel Aviv, the Netherlands had been waiting 44 years for their next victory. Duncan Laurence won the contest in Israel with the song “Arcade”.