EurovisionMalmö 2024🇧🇪 Belgium

Mustii seeking public choir for Eurovision 2024 entry

The Belgian representative has most of his song ready, but he needs a choir – will you be a part of it?

The new Eurovision season has officially begun.

Little by little, national finals are happening, acts and songs are revealed and excitement is on the rise. The first country to announce their performer was Belgian broadcaster RTBRF, who on the 30th of August 2023 declared that the country would send singer and author Mustii. Now, Belgium has revealed more of their Eurovision plans: a virtual choir filled with voices from all over Europe. And you can take part of it now.

How to participate

To be a part of the choir, you have to fill out a form, download a track, sing the song and upload it. It’s easy! You can find all the information you need on the RBTF website (please note that English instructions are on the bottom of the page). But you have to hurry, because submissions close on January 17th at 11:59 PM.

Belgium in Eurovision

Belgium debuted in Eurovision back at its inception in 1956 and has participated 64 times since then. Belgium’s best result came in 1986 where Sandra Kim won with “J’aime La Vie” as the youngest winner ever at only 13 years old. You can witness a short snippet of her performance here:

In 2023, Belgium sent Gustaph with the anthem “Because of You”, which finished seventh in the grand final. You can witness that performance here:

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