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๐Ÿ‡ณ๐Ÿ‡ฑ Dutch Eurovision stars cover songs from ‘Fire Saga’

Nearly a month since the release of the Eurovision Movie “Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga”, we are still continuing to be given great covers of the songs from the film.

Now, it is the turn of the 2021 host country ‘The Netherlands’ to provide us with covers of songs from the film, which was filmed in an empty ‘Ahoy Arena’, the home of the 2021 Eurovision Song Contest.

Up to the task, we have former The Netherlands representatives Edsilia Rombley, Dutch duo Maxine & Franklin Brown, and their 2021 representative Jeangu Macrooy.

Edsilla sings ‘Hรบsavรญk (My Hometown)’

For her part, Edsilia has chosen the main track from the film ‘Hรบsavรญk (My Hometown)’, which has seen countless covers after the release of the film. From the outset it looks as if Edsilia has big shoes to fill, with Molly Sandรฉn being the original voice. However, as you watch on, you’d be pretty surprised how Edsilia covers the track and she proves how great her vocals are as she hits the high note towards the end of the song.

Jeangu sings ‘In The Mirror’

Finally, we have The Netherlands’s Eurovision 2020/21 representative, who chose to cover Demi Lovato’s ‘In The Mirror’. For his version, we see the song stripped back, using solely the piano. Amplify this with Jeangu’s soulful voice, you are then provided with the sound Jeangu consistently provides us.

Franklin Brown & Maxine sings ‘Double Trouble’

To round things off, we have The Netherlands’s Eurovision 1996 representatives Franklin Brown & Maxine. For their cover of ‘Double Trouble’ they sure liven up the party with their stage presence, as well as chemistry whilst performing.

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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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