Rotterdam 2020

🇧🇾 VAL: “We hope that every chosen artist will make it to the next Eurovision”

The duo sends a message for the fans

The duo VAL, who was selected to represent Belarus at the Eurovision Song Contest 2020, commented on the cancellation of the contest on Instagram.

“We are writing and producing new songs ASAP!”

The duo thank everyone for the support on this hard day. They hope that every artist who was chosen to represent their country this year, will make it to the next Eurovision. They also state that it’s currently unknown if the songs are going to be changed or not.

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Дорогие друзья! Хотим выразить вам огромную благодарность за поддержку в этот трудный для всех фанатов и участников Евровидения день. Европейскому вещательному союзу пришлось принять сложное решение о переносе конкурса на 2021 год. Мы надеемся, что всем участникам этого года дадут возможность принять участие в следующем. Будет ли это с новыми песнями или же нет – это уже другой вопрос, в любом случае, мы настроены позитивно, и обещаем, что будем творить на полную в ближайшее время! ⠀ Dear friends! We want to thank everybody for your amazing support in this hard day for every Eurovision fan and participant. EBU had to make a difficult choice to postpone the contest till 2021. We hope that every artist who was chosen to represent their country this year will make it to the next Eurovision. It’s currently unknown if the songs are gonna be changed or not. Anyway, we are looking forward to writing and producing new songs ASAP! #esc2020 #eurovision #valmusic #davidna #belarus #openup

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VAL won Belarus’ national selection with the song “Da Vidna”. The European Broadcasting Union stated that the reference group and the participating broadcasters will later make a decision on if the selected artists will be able to perform their songs in next year’s contest.

Would you like to see VAL representing Belarus in Eurovision 2021? React below or let us know on social media @ESCXTRA!

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Sami Luukela

I started watching Eurovision back in 2006, when I was only 10 and couldn't stay up to see Lordi winning. I attended my first contest in 2013 in Malmö and been to all the contests ever since. I'm studying journalism and I love music — you will probably never see me without my headphones on.

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