Israel: Michael Ben David’s revamped version in Eurovision 2022 with the title ”I.M” was released today

Israel: Michael Ben David’s revamped version in Eurovision 2022 with the title ”I.M” was released today

The revamped version of Michael Ben David’s with the title ”I.M” for Eurovision 2022 in Turin was released today.

Following his victory in the X-factor of Israel in February 2022, Michael Ben David released today the revamped version of the song he will perform in Turin, entitled ”I.M” along with the official music video of the song.

“People voted for him and that means they accept him for who he is,” Michael Ben David said in an interview with Israeli broadcaster KAN after winning The X Factor Israel.

You can listen to Michael’s entry for Eurovision 2022 in the following video:

Michael will be competing in the first half of the second semi-final in Turin on May 12, 2022.

Useful information about Michael Ben David

Michael Ben David, born July 26, 1996, is a Georgian Jewish mother and father who immigrated to Israel from Ukraine and is an Israeli singer.

He began taking voice and dance lessons at a young age. He also worked as a singer and waiter in a Tel Aviv bar. After completing his military service, he attended the Beit Zvi School of Performing Arts, graduating in 2020. During his studies at the school, he played in plays and musicals.

In October 2021, Ben David auditioned for the fourth season of The X Factor Israel, the winner of the show would represent Israel in the Eurovision Song Contest 2022 which he won.

Israel in Eurovision

Israel has been taking part in the Eurovision Song contest since 1973.

Israel has won the contest four times in 1978 with Izhar Cohen and the Alphabeta and the song ”A-Ba-Ni-Bi”, in 1979 with Milk and Honey and the song ”Hallelujahin 1998 with Dana International and the song ‘‘Diva” and in 2018 with Netta Barzilai and the song ”Toy”. 

In 2021 Israel represented by Eden Alene who sang ”Set Me Free” which finished 17th place with 93 points. 

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