Hello Europe! Welcome to Eurovision This Month: November 2021.
It’s time to say ‘goodbye’ to 2021 and ‘hello’ to two fantastic Contests coming in 2022.
Thanks to Maléna’s win in Paris with the song ‘Qami Qami’, it was announced that the 20th Junior Eurovision Song Contest will be hosted by Armenia in 2022!
Before that, in May, we’ll be grabbing a "pizza" the action in Italy as Turin hosts the 66th Eurovision Song Contest.
A total of 6 acts and 2 songs have been confirmed so far:
Belgium - Jérémie Makiese
Bulgaria - Intelligent Music Project with the song ‘Intention’
Czech Republic - We Are Domi with the song ‘Lights Off’
Georgia - Circus Mircus
Greece - Amanda Tenfjord
Netherlands - S10
The next confirmed participant is expected to come from Albania’s ‘Festivali i Këngës’ on Wednesday 29 December.
Earlier this month, we revealed the Top 10 most-streamed Eurovision 2021 entries globally.
In third place we have Dark Side by Blind Channel.
The runner-up spot was taken by Go_A’s SHUM.
…and the winner?
Of course, it was Måneskin’s Zitti E Buoni.
Enjoy the holidays! We’ll be back with more Eurovision news in the new year.
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