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Måneskin to perform ‘Supermodel’ at the Eurovision Song Contest final

Earlier this week, we reported that Måneskin will be releasing a new song, ‘Supermodel’. Yesterday, the EBU confirmed that the Italian reigning champions will be performing ‘Supermodel’ at next Saturday’s Eurovision Grand Final and will be giving ‘Supermodel’ a live premiere on the biggest stage imaginable.

Performing new song for the first time

On Saturday 14th, during the Grand Final, Måneskin will perform their new song ‘Supermodel’ on the Eurovision stage and show the whole world their new single, as detailed below:

The song ‘Supermodel’ is being released the day before, on Friday 13th May, so fans will have a chance to hear it, but its first live performance will be at the Eurovision final.

About Måneskin

The Italian four-piece rock band have come a long way since winning Sanremo at the beginning of 2021. They have had a very successful 12 months since winning the Eurovision Song Contest last May. Their winning song, ‘Zitti E Buoni’, and other tracks, including, most notably ‘I Wanna Be Your Slave’ and their cover of ‘Beggin”, have been worldwide hits. They also released ‘Mammamia’ which has also been a commercial success particularly in Europe’s charts.

They recently performed at Coachella, performing further covers such as Britney Spears’ “Womanizer”, and are continuing a packed schedule of tour dates including at home in Italy and a world tour planned later this year.

Måneskin’s performance will serve as a great reminder of why we are in Turin for this Eurovision and give their fans a new single for all to enjoy.

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Isaac Sturtridge

I like the heavy and weird entries in Eurovision. I also like stats and diving deep into Eurovision stories. My picture is not of me.

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