For Some Reason, Bulgaria Wants Australia To Help Select Its Eurovision Song

For Some Reason, Bulgaria Wants Australia To Help Select Its Eurovision Song
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Bulgaria has invited Eurovision fans from Australia to help choose its song for returning artist VICTORIA, one of the favourites to win the cancelled 2020 contest in Rotterdam.

According to a press release from Eurovision Bulgaria, the Bulgarian dark pop artist is back with six new songs and is looking for help with her final decision for the contest.

The artist has launched Bulgaria2021.com, an online platform that allows fans to share their feedback about her potential songs for Rotterdam, with six to choose from: “Imaginary Friend”, “Growing up is getting old”, “Dive into unknown”, “Phantom Pain”, “The Funeral Song” and “Ugly Cry”.

The final choice is still in the hands of the artist and her team, but all comments received by 28 February will be taken into consideration when the decision is made.

According to Eurovision Bulgaria, VICTORIA’s distinctive voice and style position her as one of the most promising new artists from Eastern Europe.

Her Eurovision 2020 entry, “Tears Getting Sober”, tells a story about overcoming your fears and pain and moving forward. The song was, reportedly, the bookmakers’ favourite to win before the cancellation of the contest.

Here’s a fun fact about VICTORIA. According to Eurovision Bulgaria, she loves animals and has four rescue dogs, a rabbit, and a parrot. Here’s another: She is one of the official European ambassadors of Earth Hour and the first Eurovision artist from Bulgaria to perform at Sofia Pride.

Why is this relevant? We’re unsure. But the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 will take place on 18, 20 and 22 May.

Australia will take part in the first semi-final on 18 May and will be represented by Montaigne.

Bulgaria will be competing in the second semi-final on 20 May.

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