Georgian broadcaster GPB has announced on Facebook that they will be making an announcement regarding Eurovision 2021 tomorrow (1st March).
Tornike Kipiani will represent Georgia at this year’s contest in Rotterdam. He was originally set to represent the country at Eurovision 2020 with “Take Me As I Am” before the contest was cancelled. No further details regarding his entry have been announced.
Earlier today, Eurovision Georgia announced on Facebook that an “exciting” announcement regarding Georgia’s entry in Eurovision 2021 will be coming tomorrow.
Last week, it was announced that Tornike has recorded his Eurovision 2021 entry. Georgia will compete in the second half of the second semi-final on 20th May.
Make sure you keep an eye out for news regarding Georgia throughout the day tomorrow!
Georgia in the Eurovision Song Contest
Debuting in 2007, Georgia has had a steady start to their time in the contest, achieving their best result of 9th place twice – with “Shine” in 2010 and “One More Day” in 2011.
Georgia has qualified seven finals since they joined the contest, however they have not made a final since 2016. At the contest in Stockholm, they placed 20th with Nika Kocharov & Young Georgian Lolitaz’s “Midnight Gold”.
Last year, Tornike Kipiani was set to represent Georgia after winning The X Factor. His entry, “Take Me As I Am”, was released at a later date. After the contest was cancelled, it was announced that Tornike would return to represent Georgia at the 2021 contest in Rotterdam.
Are you looking forward to hearing Georgia’s Eurovision 2021 entry? What announcement are you hoping for tomorrow?
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