The Eurovision 2021 final is close to us! The global pandemic has not stopped Eurovision from happening this year.
As the end draws closer, let’s take a look at who made it to the final stage, the order of their presence and below …
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Who represents the UK?
UK has made it to the Eurovision finals! James Newman represents the UK with his song Embers.
Last year it was supposed to represent the UK, but the event was canceled due to an epidemic.
James is the older brother of singer John Newman. He already has an established music career. He was influenced by the likes of Calvin Harris. He has also written hit songs for Rudimental.
Regarding his participation in Eurovision, James says, “I am very excited and honored to have a second chance to represent my country in the Eurovision Song Contest.”
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“I’ve never stopped making new music in block mode and I can’t wait for everyone to hear the song brought to Eurovision in 2021”.
Who will be in the finals of Eurovision 2021?
The following countries have qualified for this year’s Eurovision finals and will appear in this continuous ranking:
Cyprus, Albania, Israel, Belgium, Russia, Malta, Portugal, Serbia, United Kingdom, Greece, Switzerland, Iceland, Spain.
So: Moldova, Germany, Finland, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Ukraine, France, Azerbaijan, Norway, Netherlands, Italy.
Finally Sweden and San Marino.
What are the chances of the UK winning Eurovision?
As always, the UK is not much likely to win Eurovision.
The current betting odds are 1/300 that they will win Eurovision 2021.
So unless there is some kind of miracle or divine intervention, we will not hold our breath for the victory of Britain.
Who should win this year?
Italy has the best chances of winning Eurovision in 2021. In fact, the Italian band Menskin has a 24% chance of winning according to the number of latest bookies.
While France’s chances of winning are in second place, Switzerland is in third place.
Where will Eurovision be held this year?
It is broadcast live in Rotterdam, Netherlands.
Who won Eurovision last time?
Eurovision will not be held in 2020 due to COVID-19.
In 2019, Dutchman Duncan Lawrence won Eurovision with his song Arcade.
The final was held in Tel Aviv, Israel.
How do I view Eurovision 2021 in the UK?
Eurovision will air on BBC One on Saturday 21 May from 8pm. Once again, it will be hosted by Eurovision enthusiast and celebrity presenter Graham Norton Graham Norton. But Amanda Holden will join him this year.
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