According to one of the most eminent Turkish Eurovision sites the Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB) confirmed Georgia’s participation for next year’s contest in Portugal.
The source article does not contain any specific information about plans regarding their selection process.
However, the very likely participation of Georgia in Lisbon next May surely brings a smile to our face.
Georgia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2017
The small yet beautiful Caucasus country did not manage to qualify from the semi in 2017.
Despite the captivating performance Tamara became the third Georgian representative that failed to reach the grand final.
Her power ballad “Keep The Faith” scored 99 points placing her 11th out of 18 competing songs.
⇒What our team had to say about Tamara’s entry “Keep The Faith“⇐
Georgia has had ten attempts to bring the Eurovision trophy to Tbilisi so far.
Entering the contest for the first time back in 2007 with the experimental “Visionary Dream” and winning over the fans, Georgia proved they are here to stay.
Their best scoring entries “Shine” and “Day After Day” both finished 9th in the finals in 2010 and 2011 consecutively.
In contrast to their best placing entries, their 2014 attempt “Three Minutes To Earth” ended up receiving only 15 points and ended dead last in It’s semi.
In any event,
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