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Eurovision Song Contest 2021

Created by Anerneq on 23 Dec 2020 | Last edited by Anerneq on 23 May 2021
Eurovision Song Contest 2021

After having skipped 2020, Eurovision has been rescheduled to take place in Rotterdam in 2021.

See also: Eurovision Song Contests

1st place representing Italy.

Song language:  Italian

2nd place representing France.

Song language:  French

Translations:  Azerbaijani, Belarusian
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, Bulgarian #1, #2, Chinese, Croatian, Czech, Dutch, English #1, #2, #3, Esperanto, Filipino/Tagalog, Finnish #1, #2, Galician, German, Greek #1, #2, Hebrew, Hungarian #1, #2, Indonesian, Italian #1, #2, Japanese, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Other, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian #1, #2, Serbian, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish #1, #2, #3, #4, Ukrainian #1, #2, Vietnamese

3rd place representing Switzerland.

Song language:  French

5th place representing Ukraine.

Song language:  Ukrainian

6th place representing Finland.

Song language:  English

Translations:  Azerbaijani, Bulgarian

8th place representing Lithuania.

9th place representing Russia.

Song languages:  English, Russian

10th place representing Greece.

Song language:  English

11th place representing Bulgaria.

12th place representing Portugal.

13th place representing Moldova.

14th place representing Sweden.

15th place representing Serbia.

16th place representing Cyprus.

Song language:  English

17th place representing Israel.

18th place representing Norway.

Song language:  English

19th place representing Belgium.

20th place representing Azerbaijan.

Song languages:  English, Azerbaijani

21st place representing Albania.

23th place representing The Netherlands.

Song languages:  English, Sranan Tongo

24th place representing Spain.

25th place representing Germany.

26th place representing UK.

Song language:  English

11th place in the First Semifinal representing Croatia.

Song languages:  English, Croatian

12th place in the First Semifinal representing Romania.

Song language:  English

Translations:  Azerbaijani #1, #2
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, Bulgarian, Dutch, Filipino/Tagalog #1, #2, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Japanese #1, #2, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian #1, #2, #3, Russian, Serbian #1, #2, Spanish #1, #2, Swedish, Turkish #1, #2, Ukrainian

13th place in the First Semifinal representing Slovenia.

14th place in the First Semifinal representing Australia.

15th place in the First Semifinal representing North Macedonia.

Song language:  English

16th place in the First Semifinal representing Ireland.

Song language:  English

11th place in the Second Semifinal representing Denmark.

12th place in the Second Semifinal representing Austria.

Song language:  English

13th place in the Second Semifinal representing Estonia.

Song language:  English

14th place in the Second Semifinal representing Poland.

Song language:  English

15th place in the Second Semifinal representing the Czech Republic.

Song languages:  English, Czech

16th place in the Second Semifinal representing Georgia.

17th place in the Second Semifinal representing Latvia.

AnerneqAnerneq    Wed, 24/02/2021 - 18:02

Grazie. In questi giorni sono un po' impegnato e non ho potuto aggiungerla subito.

Alma BarrocaAlma Barroca    Sun, 28/02/2021 - 13:24

I wish Brazil broadcasted Eurovision (we did it like 15+ years ago). Always good to know new performers.

AnerneqAnerneq    Sun, 28/02/2021 - 13:45

I guess it comes down to public interest. Not many Brazilians are interested in Eurovision, so broadcasters don't see a profit in it (although we must admit that Brazilians may not be interested simply because they don't know Eurovision exists).

Australia was invited to participate after 30 years of continuous broadcasting of the event and Eurovision showed to be very open to the idea of inviting new countries: for example in 2015 a Chinese delegation was sent to Vienna to check how the show was organised and they started to broadcast it. Then the EBU banned the Chinese channel they had an agreement with because the Chinese government censorship rules were incompatible with the values promoted by Eurovision.

It's really a matter of profit and interest. I'm sure a Brazilian channel would invest in it, if enough people showed interest in the event. Brazilians have also strong cultural ties with various countries in Europe, so it would be nice to see Brazil joining the party. With Eurovision getting more and more popular, I think we won't have to wait too long for more non-European countries to follow the steps of Australia and China.

AnerneqAnerneq    Sat, 06/03/2021 - 17:55

Already there, number 16.

Radu RobertRadu Robert    Sat, 06/03/2021 - 17:56

Oh i'm sorry .. seen it only after i ecommended it Regular smile Thx Nice IDea btw

Alma BarrocaAlma Barroca    Mon, 08/03/2021 - 16:21

Yay, Senhit is back! I just wish she started performing more in German or Italian like she did when she started, I really like her voice though I'm not really into dance-pop.

Maria99Maria99    Thu, 13/05/2021 - 05:31

My favorites this year are San Marino, Cyprus and Greece. I think they are gonna get a good place in top 10.

Zarina01Zarina01    Thu, 30/12/2021 - 00:36

Congratulations on the win Josh 😘