European-born European song contest
These stars declare the points of their countries
This year’s “Organic ESC” will take place on May 15 in Prosiben. The broadcaster announced which players would announce the country points.
The “European European Song Contest” will take place next Saturday (May 15) in Prosiben. On Sunday (May 9) the Munich broadcaster announced the names of three celebrities who will announce the voting results of their respective countries when they give points. Also included is the original epic of the “Eurovision Song Contest” (ESC), “The Masked Singer” star, and current chart topper.
“Free ESC” Mitt Johnny Logan, Lucas Cordalis and Nathan Evans
Two-time ESC winner Johnny Logan (66) is a real superstar in scoring for Ireland. He won the European Music Competition in 1980 (The Hague) and 1987 (Brussels) and has always been one of the best artists in his country. Pop singer Lucas Cordalis (53) and newcomer Nathan Evans (26) for Scotland will next announce points.
Show inventor and Prosiban veteran Stefan Robb (54) 16 European countries are once again participating in the “Free ESC”. In addition to Germany, this includes England, France, Greece, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands and Austria. The station has not yet announced who will compete in the competition for individual countries within a week. However, the position of the news agency, which knew from production circles that Ben Dolik (24) would be there – would most likely be to his native Slovenia.
Prosiben will announce the full list of participants in the “Free European Song Contest” 2021 at a digital press conference on May 12.
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