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Eurovision 2020 and 2021 - artists confirmation and other news

We will provide a regular update on the artists who will be returning next year and any other news on the 2020 contest here at and our social channels. Here is this week's update:

Artists confirmed to participate in Eurovision 2021:

  • Austria - Vincent Bueno

  • Azerbaijan - Efendi

  • Belgium - Hooverphonic

  • Bulgaria - Victoria

  • Georgia - Tornike Kipiani

  • Greece - Stefania

  • Israel - Eden Alene

  • Spain - Blas Cantó

  • Switzerland - Gjon's Tears

  • The Netherlands - Jeangu Macrooy

  • Ukraine - Go_A

Countries that have confirmed participation but not their artist:

  • Croatia - confirmed they will be competing in 2021 with negotiations still ongoing if Damir Kedžo will be their representative.

  • Estonia - Eesti Laul will go ahead as normal, but organisers have invited Uku Suviste to participate in next year’s competition.

  • Finland - UMK to go on again, Aksel will not be chosen internally

  • Ireland - RTE have confirmed that they will be participating in 2021, but there’s no word on whether Lesley Roy will return to compete for Ireland in 2021

  • Lithuania - LRT have confirmed they will participate in 2021, but haven’t confirmed whether The Roop will be their representative. They have announced they will make a decision on their selection plans by April 1.

  • Norway - NRK announced that Melodi Grand Prix would go on but Ulrikke has opted not to compete

  • Portugal - Elisa will not be internally chosen to represent Portugal next year

  • Sweden - Sweden has confirmed that Melodifestivalen will go ahead as planned, the Mammas won’t be the 2021 Swedish representative.

Other news

  • Australia - Montaigne has expressed her wish to compete next year, however no further news on this yet

  • Iceland - Daði Frey said he would be proud to represent Iceland again but would not compete in Söngvakeppnin again.

  • United Kingdom - BBC will broadcast a show “Eurovision: Come Together” to replace the original broadcast, and is part of their overall plan to “entertain the nation in time of need”.

  • EBU - A reminder that songs from this year WON'T be allowed to compete next year


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