This time, 19-year-old Tossin Chisa, who calls himself Tusse, is being sent to the Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) in Rotterdam, Sweden.
Stockholm – This time, Sweden’s fatherland sends 19-year-old Tousin Chisa, who calls himself Tusse Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) To Rotterdam.
The most detailed of all the preliminary decisions of the ESC were that the former winner of the casting show, “Idol”, won the other eleven candidates on Saturday evening with the song “Voice” at the “Melodifestivalan” in Stockholm.
Tusse arrived in Sweden at the age of eight, three years after the war in the Congo-Kinshasa. “It means more than the words that the Swedish people chose us to represent them in Eurovision.”
His song received the most votes (175, runner – up only 118) given to a candidate in the Swedish final. This song is a request for invitation, freedom, acceptance and humanity to be you.
Swedish Preliminary Round – The Melodifestival has been going on for weeks: out of a total of four preliminary rounds and one round, the runners-up got a second chance, singing to the finals from early February.
Sweden is a regular at ESC. The Scandinavian nation has already won the competition six times, thanks to Abba’s classic “Waterloo” in Brighton in 1974 and finally Mans Selmerlo and “Heroes” in Vienna in 2015. Only Ireland has won the ESC more than once.