Eurovision this month: 'Uno' breaks records & artists prepare for 202131 July 2020 at 12:00 CEST
Summer is in full swing! Even though we can't celebrate it like we're used to, it doesn't mean nothing is happening in the world of Eurovision. So sit back, relax, and enjoy this overview of July.
Uno is number one on our YouTube Channel
Uno, Uno, Uno! Little Big's Music Video for their Eurovision entry in 2020 is now the most-watched video of all times on the Eurovision YouTube Channel, taking over from Netta and her song Toy. Within 4 months after its publication, the video has reached over 137 million views and counting! This leaves Toy in second place, with 'only' 134 million views. Check out the music video of Uno below:
Slovenia started the search for Ana's song
Earlier it was announced that Ana Soklič would represent Slovenia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2021. Now, Slovenian broadcaster RTVSLO is looking for Ana's Eurovision song. You can submit an entry on the broadcasters official website. Read all about the process in this story.
Senhit takes a freaky trip to Rotterdam
San Marino's representative for the Eurovision Song Contest 2021, Senhit, has launched a new project. In the 'Freaky Trip To Rotterdam', she will cover Eurovision songs and give it a freaky touch. The connection to the word 'Freaky' comes from Senhit's entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2020. Read more about the project in this story.
Take it away!
Known for the iconic words, "take it away," Jon Ola Sand, Eurovision's Executive Supervisor since 2011, has become a legend at the Contest. We took some time to thank him for all he has contributed to the Eurovision Song Contest over the last 10 years.
The Junior Eurovision YouTube Channel reaches half a million subscribers
The Junior Eurovision Song Contest has its own YouTube channel since 2007, and thirteen years later the channel welcomed its 500.000th subscriber!
Germany joins Junior Eurovision!
Wilkommen Deutschland! Germany will make its debut in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest this year. Public broadcasters NDR and ZDF have announced they are looking for talented youngsters between the ages of 9 and 14 to represent Germany for the very first time at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Germany is the 40th country in the history of the contest to make its debut. You can read more about the participation in this story.
Other stories and videos you may have missed
- Show your love for Tina Karol. Read here.
- New music from Eurovision stars - Summer Edition. Read here.
- Lights, cameo, action: meet the guest stars of Fire Saga. Read here.
- Iconic Costume Changes on the Eurovision stage. Check out the video here.
- Memorable second placings at the Contest. Read here.
That's it for July! We wish you a sunny and safe summer.