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  • Writer's pictureKyriakos Tsinivits

Alfie Arcuri qualifies for the Una Voce Per San Marino 2023 Final

The Voice Australia winner and 'Eurovision - Australia Decides' 2019 artist Alfie Arcuri has made it to the Final of Una Voce Per San Marino (UVPSM) 2023, San Marino's Eurovision national selection show.

Alfie performed a beautiful ballad called 'Collide' in the first semi-final for UVPSM. He joins the other qualifiers from the semi-final directly to the Final, they include Deborah Iurato, Deshedus and E.E.F.

The artists from semi-final 1 that made it to the second chance round are Camilla, Camille Cabaltera, Daudia and Edoardo Brogi.

Alfie is no stranger to the Eurovision world. The Voice winner from season five competed in the inaugural 'Eurovision - Australia Decides', Australia's Eurovision national selection show, in 2019 with the song 'To Myself'. He finished in 5th place. Then in 2020 Alfie co-wrote the Cypriot Eurovision entry for Sandro called 'Running'.

This is a huge week for the talented singer songwriter Alfie is set to independently release a new EP called 'L.D.D. (Love Is A Dangerous Drug)’ slated for release this Friday February 24. Alfie's UVPSM song 'Collide' is not part of the EP release.

The release comes just in time for World Pride 2023 currently happening in Sydney. Alfie opened up the Official World Pride media call at Catylx on Thursday before flying out to Italy to make it to the San Marino Eurovision national final. After the competition he will be returning to Sydney to perform shows for World Pride.

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