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Roving reporter Samya Hafsaoui
Roving reporter Samya Hafsaoui

Watch all episodes of Eurovision Backstage on YouTube now! 📣

Samya Hafsaoui joined the Eurovision.tv team producing daily ‘Eurovision Backstage’ reports for the Official Eurovision YouTube channel in Turin.

Inviting viewers to peek behind the Pala Olimpico’s glittering curtains to experience exactly what goes on behind the scenes at the world’s biggest televised music event. All episodes are now available to watch in a playlist from start to finish!

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‘As a fan, I thought I had a good idea of what Eurovision was before I worked on it last year, but I was so surprised by the inner workings of the Contest and blown away by the passion and dedication from the entire team running the show on the ground. With the official Eurovision YouTube channel we’re going to introduce the Contest to the world as it is now, in a way that showcases the talent of the artists, the dedication of the volunteers, and the professionalism of the crew… for new fans, old friends and future audiences.’

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Samya Hafsaoui is a journalist, screenwriter and musician from the Netherlands. Her articles have been published in numerous magazines such as Dutch Elle, Vogue and Cosmopolitan, and she has worked in Dutch television and entertainment since 2017, starting at public broadcaster NPO. She can currently be seen performing an original song in the Netflix hit MESKINA and is working on her own Netflix (New Voices) script The Alt Alt.

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Eurovision Backstage begins Saturday 30 April, 20:00 CEST.

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