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Belgium: All you need to know about 'Eurosong 2023'

13 January 2023 at 20:18 CET
Following Jérémie Makiese's participation in Turin, Belgium selects the artist and song that will represent the country in Liverpool in May
On Saturday 14 January, Belgian broadcaster VRT will host Eurosong 2023; the 7-song extravaganza to find the country’s entry to the 67th Eurovision Song Contest in May.

HOW TO WATCH: 'Eurosong 2023' starts at 20:20 CET on Saturday 14 January, on the channel Eén. Broadcaster VRT also offers an online livestream of that channel, which you can find here (subject to access in your country).


After a week of live shows in which the 7 artists performed 2 potential entries apiece, before deciding on which one they’d like to put forward for Eurovision Song Contest consideration on Saturday evening, we now have our full Eurosong 2023 lineup. 

It’s the first time since 2016 that Belgium has used a national final to select its song for the Eurovision Song Contest. VRT has therefore put together an enticing selection of artists for the occasion, ranging from popular domestic acts to internationally renowned names and some big success stories from TV talent competitions, too. 

Regular viewers of the Eurovision Song Contest may recognise a familiar face amongst the acts. Tom Dice, who represented Belgium at the 2010 Contest, is a member of The Starlings.

Tom Dice came sixth in Oslo with his song 'Me And My Guitar' EBU

Here’s the full Eurosong 2023 lineup that you can tune into on Saturday night: 

AmeerahThe Carnival
ChérineÇa m’ennuie pas
gala dragott‘inquiète
Hunter FallsOoh La La
LoredanaYou Lift Me Up
GustaphBecause of You
The StarlingsRollercoaster
Ameerah - The Carnival
Chérine - Ça m’ennuie pas
gala dragot - t‘inquiète
Hunter Falls - Ooh La La
Loredana - You Lift Me Up
Gustaph - Because of You
The Starlings - Rollercoaster

You can learn more about the 7 artists right here.

Eurosong 2023 will be coming live from Paleis 12, with host Peter Van de Veire overseeing proceedings throughout the show. Joining in on the evening of entertainment, will be Eurovision Song Contest 2019 winner, Duncan Laurence, treating viewers to what is sure to be one of his trademark captivating live performances.

In 2022, Belgium reached the Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest in Turin, with the song Miss You by Jérémie Makiese scoring 64 points for a 19th-place finish.


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