We are excited about 41 songs that we will hear at the Eurovision Song Contest this year. In addition to the national finals that are in full swing, many delegations opted for an internal selection. One of them is Georgia. They decided to give Tornike another chance. On 18 February, the broadcaster GPB announced that the recordings have been completed.
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Last year, GPB selected Tornike Kipiani to represent Georgia in Eurovision 2020. After the cancellation, the broadcaster decided to send Tornike to the 2021 edition aswell. Tornike has fnished recording the song. However, neither him or GPB revealed any further details yet. We have no idea about music style, songtitle, language or when the song will come out. In Eurovision 2021, Georgia will perform in the second half of the second semi final as the allocation draw remained the same as last year. In 2020, Tornike was about to represent Georgia with “Take Me As I Am”.
Georgia in the Eurovision Song Contest
The Caucasus nation Georgia debuted in 2007. Apart from 2009, they have been present in every edition to date. Georgia has a good balance of good and not so good results. So far, the country has made it to the final 7 times. However, their most recent appearance in the grand final was back in 2016. Their best results so far is 9th in both 2010 and 2011.
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