Bulgaria have become the latest country to announce who their spokesperson will be for Eurovision 2022.
Janan Dural will be the Bulgarian spokesperson this year. She is a journalist and presenter, and is best known for her role on BNT News shows.
She is also the 16th spokesperson announced ahead of this year’s contest.
The following countries have also announced their spokespeople:
- Belgium – David Jeanmotte
- Croatia – Monika Lelas Halambek
- France – Élodie Gossuin (Junior Eurovision 2021 host)
- Georgia – Helen Kalandadze (Junior Eurovision 2017 host)
- Greece – Stefania (Eurovision 2021 representative)
- Italy – Carolina Di Domenico
- Iceland – Árný Fjóla Ásmundsdóttir (Eurovision 2021 representative)
- Ireland – Linda Martin (Eurovision 1992 winner)
- Lithuania – Vaidotas Valiukevičius (Eurovision 2021 representative)
- Montenegro – Zombijana Bones
- Netherlands – Jeangu Macrooy (Eurovision 2021 representative)
- Slovenia – Lorella Flego
- Spain – Nieves Álvarez
- Sweden – Dotter (Melodifestivalen 2018, 2019, 2021 participant)
- Ukraine – Kateryna Pavlenko (Eurovision 2021 representative)
- United Kingdom – AJ Odudu
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