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Suzy returns to the London Eurovision Party!

In 2014, Suzy attended the London Eurovision Party to perform her entry “Quero ser tua” which represented Portugal at the Eurovision Song Contest. This year, she will return for the London Eurovision Party 2018 in the year that Portugal host Eurovision for the very first time! So get your dancing shoes on and prepare to join the party that Suzy will certainly bring to the stage on Thursday 5th April.

Eurovision still a large part of Suzy’s life

When Portuguese producer Emanuel asked Suzy to be his representative at the 50th anniversary edition of Festival da Cançāo, she finished with approximately 41% of the televote. A large preview tour took Suzy and “Quero ser tua” across the continent ahead of the Eurovision Song Contest 2014, including to both Amsterdam and London.

Following her participation in 2014, Suzy was then the spokesperson for Portugal in 2015 and most recently was the Portuguese juror at the Finnish selection process, UMK, in March 2018.

The London Eurovision Party 2018 continues to grow its lineup!

Alongside Suzy as our tenth act, nine acts representing their nations at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 in Lisbon, Portugal have already confirmed that they will perform on the Café de Paris stage next month.

The full list of confirmed performers so far is:

  • Headline act: SuRie (United Kingdom)
  • Madame Monsieur (France)
  • Eugent Bushpepa (Albania)
  • Ryan O’Shaugnessy (Ireland)
  • Cesár Sampson (Austria)
  • Alfred and Amaia (Spain)
  • Michael Schulte (Germany)
  • Mikolas Josef (Czech Republic)
  • DoReDoS (Moldova)
  • Suzy (Portugal 2014)

Remember to keep up to date with all the latest London Eurovision Party 2018 announcements online at and with the Official Media Partner


Our collaborative articles are here! Of course, it's worth saying that our favourite entry is 🇧🇬 Sofi Marinova - Love Unlimited (2012).

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