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Aly Ryan submits an entry for Switzerland for Eurovision 2020

Will we finally see Aly Ryan at the Eurovision Song Contest?

Earlier today, Unser Lied für Israel participant Aly Ryan has tweeted to confirm that she will not be submitting an entry in Germany’s search for their Eurovision Song Contest 2020 entry for Rotterdam.

Switzerland instead of Germany?

Aly Ryan previously appeared on an Instagram Live on Jay-Z’s streaming platform ‘Tidal’ where she mentioned that she would only participate in the Eurovision Song Contest if she gets selected internally.

After she has tweeted her confirmation that she will not be sending a song for Germany’s search, Eurovision fans, have asked if she had considered applying for Switzerland, as they are selecting their Eurovision 2020 internally. As a surprise to many, she has confirmed that she has sent a song for consideration.
One of the replies Aly tweeted to her fans

The search for the 2020 Swiss entry has recently concluded, with SRF receiving 515 entries at the close of submission. Will Aly Ryan be heading to Rotterdam in 2020? Only time till tell.

Aly Ryan’s Eurovision journey

Earlier this year, Aly Ryan participated in Germany’s national final ‘Unser Lied für Israel’ with her song ‘Wear Your Love‘. Despite being the fan-favorite to represent Germany in Tel Aviv this year, Aly managed to place fourth overall in the competition.

Aly Ryan might not have won ‘Unser Lied für Israel’, but ‘Wear Your Love’ has been chosen by OGAE Germany as their entry for the 2019 OGAE Second Chance Contest, which is due to take place on September 24.

Aly Ryan performing ‘Wear Your Love’ at
Unser Lied für Israel

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Tim Jumawan

I started watching Eurovision ever since I moved to the UK in 2006, obsessed since 2012 and haven't looked back since.

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