The Israeli Eurovision 2020 hopeful, Eden Alene, performed during a tv show an acoustic version of her Eurovision 2020 entry “Feker Libi” .

During a tv show on KAN, hosted by Lucy και Gory, the Israeli ESC 2020 representative performed an acoustic version of  “Feker Libi”, the song she was suppose to sing in Rotterdam’s Eurovision Song Contest, which eventually got cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak.

You can enjoy this different musical approach of Eden’s Eurovison 2020 entry in the following video:

ABOUT EDEN ALENE

Alene was born in Jerusalem to parents who immigrated from Ethiopia. In October 2017, she participated in the third season of Israeli reality show The X Factor Israel. At the first audition, she sang “Stone Cold” by Demi Lovato. In January 2018 she won the season finale. In 2018 she released her firsr single entitled “Better” while in 2019 followed two more singles, the cover single“Save Your Kisses for Me” and secondly“When It Comes to You”

Eden in Eurovision 2020

After series of auditions, duels and live performances , on February 4, Eden Alene won the final show of “The Next Star” (HaKokhav HaBa L’Eurovizion), the talent show through which the Israeli broadcaster chose as the format to determine the country’s Eurovision 2020 representative. Following her win, a separate national final was held in order to select the Israeli hopeful’s Eurovision entry. From the four candidate songs that competed, the entry “Feker Libi” received the most votes and was selected as Eden’s ESC 2020 entry to  be performed in Rotterdam. Further on Eden released a revamped version of her enty. Unfortunately her Eurovision 2020 journey wasn’t meant to be, as this year’s edition was cancelled due to the covid-19 pandemic.

Eurovision Again For Eden 

Despite this year’s unfortunate cancellation of the Eurovision Song Contest that left Eden’s ESC journey incomplete, the Israeli national broadcaster, KAN, decided to give a second chance to Eden and will continue with her in Eurovision 2021. However, the young act will have to find a new song complying with EBU’s decision that considered ESC 2020 not eligible to compete in next year’s edition.