Georgia: GPB will take part in Eurovision 2022
Georgian national broadcaster, GPB, has confirmed that it will take part in next year’s Eurovision Song Contest in Italy.
GPB has officially confirmed to ESCToday that the country will be present at the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest to be held in Italy next year.
Georgia has in the past used both internal and national selection to choose its Eurovision representative. From 2019, the representative of the country is selected through the show Georgian Idol, while last year they chose Tornike Kipiani internally after the cancellation of Eurovision 2020.
In the coming weeks, the GPB will provide more information on how it will be selected to promote the country’s representative and participation in Eurovision 2022.
Georgia in Eurovision
Georgia has been taking part in the Eurovision Song contest since 2007 and has not won the competition to date.
Best placing so far was in 2010 with Sofia Nizharadze with her song “Shine”, and in 2011 with Eldrine with her song “Eldrine” which finished 9th in the final.
This year represented by Tornike Kipiani who sang “You” but failed to qualify for the final, finishing 16th in the second semi-final with 16 points.
News Source: ESCToday
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