Eurovision Song Celebration: Watch tonight the ‘Live On Tape’ performances of the non qualifiers of the semifinals

Eurovision Song Celebration: Watch tonight the ‘Live On Tape’ performances of the non qualifiers of the semifinals

The first part of the ‘Eurovision Song Celebration’ show will be broadcast at 21:00 CET on the official Eurovision YouTube Channel during which we’ll see the ‘Live On Tape’ videos of the non qualifiers semifinalists. 

For this year’s edition of Eurovision, the 39 competing countries had to make a pre recorded live on-tape performance of their entries that they had submit by late March before the contest, in order to guarantee their participation in case the delegation was unable to travel to Rotterdam due to covid-19 restrictions or a quarantine in their countries or if they didn’t reach the stage to record a rehearsal before being tested positive. Eventually only Australia wasn’t able to travel to Rotterdam and Montaigne competed with her back up peformance in the first semi final. 

Tonight the first part will feature the on tape video of the non qualifiers in the semifinals which will be released and presented to the audience in a special show hosted by Krista Siegfrieds. Thus the countries that we will see in tonight’s show are:  

  1. Slovenia
  2. Australia
  3. North Macedonia
  4. Croatia
  5. Romania
  6. Estonia
  7. Czech Republic
  8. Austria
  9. Poland
  10. Georgia
  11. Latvia
  12. Denmark

Notably Ireland and the U.K opted for not to release their on tape performance and let the audience with their impression of their respective live performances. 

How to Wacth

The first episode of  Eurovision Song Celebration will  be released at 21:00 CET  and you can watch it onThe Eurovision Song Contest Official Youtube Channel.

While tonight the first episode will hot the screen, the second part will follow tomorrow Saturday the same time. 

News Source/Image: Eurovision.tv

Angelo D.

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