The Eurovision Song Contest 2021 will take place in Rotterdam!

What's happening instead of Eurovision 2020 & when is Europe Shine a Light on?

The show will spotlight the 41 songs which were due to be performed tonight, along with special performances from popular artists from Eurovision's past.

Ireland's entry, Lesley Roy, was due to sing Story of My Life in Rotterdam in the Netherlands, following the country's victory at the 2019 contest in Israel.

The artists of Eurovision 2020 will come together to perform the United Kingdom's 1997 victor "Love Shine a Light" from their homes, as well as a performance of Eurovision fans singing along to Johnny Logan's "What's Another Year" which won the contest in 1980.

We are extremely happy that we can now move forward. Today, the public will show an analogue of the final show of Eurovision: Europe Shine A Light ("Europe lights lights"), in which will participate the representatives of the 41 countries, among them, Russian band Little Big, who made the surprise to the audience.

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Israel's Eurovision victor from 1979, Gali Atari, will also sing her hit Hallelujah alongside a choir featuring past participants from the Junior Eurovision Song Contest.

Developments surrounding COVID-19 will clearly affect planning in the coming year for a complicated global broadcast with many worldwide stakeholders. Hosts of the show will also work from the Studio, located in Rotterdam. Both of these shows are being broadcast live, so I have a very limited idea of what the format is; please bear with me as I attempt to navigate all the musical glitter cannons.

None of the 2020 songs will be allowed to compete in 2021. There will also be some live performances. "We are looking forward to working with the entire Eurovision family to make it happen". At the end of the evening, the young singer becomes the representative of Switzerland thanks to the votes of viewers. More details about the Eurovision Song Contest 2021, including dates for the event, will be released in the coming weeks and months.

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