During “The Next Star“, Israel’s national selection for Eurovision 2015, Nadav Guedj became something of a golden boy. So it’s only natural that he has announced he will sing “Golden Boy” at Eurovision.

The 16-year-old singer has wowed us with his Justin Timberlake-like voice. But he prefers to be called by his real name, he told wiwiblogger Ron in a recent interview‘.

http://youtu.be/QsQBkQuc_aw

Doron Madali wrote the song. We don’t know much about him just yet, except that he has previously released an album. Despite not winning our poll, our readers are relatively pleased that he will be singing for Israel. As you’ll recall, the last time Israel made the final at ESC was in 2010–and with a male singer.

What do you think about Nadav? Could he be our “Golden Boy” at Eurovision? Comment below!

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Danny
5 years ago

you need a Proctologist, because you really have something deeply buried up your ass when it comes to Israel. Go see one, you will feel so much better after it’s out!!

Erin
Erin
5 years ago

Goldenboy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6IAYlISmJO8 Goldenboy, born to love and live for joy I’m a Goldenboy Goldenboy, born to love and live for joy I’m a Golden, Golden, Goldenboy Prove one – I hate to work prove two – I never do prove three – is I get sick even if I think of it Prove four – I love to live Prove five – I live for love Prove six which finally is I happen to be good at it ! Special, I’m special, say hey, hey Special, I’m special, say second best is for the rest and I’m the best !… Read more »

beccaboo1212
5 years ago

Cool! I can’t wait to hear it 😀

Sam
Sam
5 years ago

Interesting. IBA usually stipulates that their song includes Hebrew so this song should. I hope it does actually

Thiefo
5 years ago

Haha I share Daniel and Easpag’ sentiment 😛

Btw, I keep trying to find this Justin Timberlake likeness you talk about… I don’t hear it at all but you keep mentioning it.

Pastoa Soler haha!
Pastoa Soler haha!
5 years ago

16??? really???

oh my god… he needs a break

Maya G
Maya G
5 years ago

@Xepher Doron Medali directed ballads (and did a poor job at that) but as a writer he usually writes catchy uptempo middle-eastern songs.

Random.sage2.0
Random.sage2.0
5 years ago

Waiting…

Easpag
Easpag
5 years ago

@Daniel I wholly agree. Don’t release little bits of into every now and then, just give us the whole package at the one time!

Deniz
Deniz
5 years ago

Beautiful title! Very unusual.

Daniel
Daniel
5 years ago

I really hate it when they just release the title and not the actual song. It’s annoying. Seriously, really annoying.

EF0912
EF0912
5 years ago

I still can’t get over Rak Bishvilio and Same Heart not qualifying. They both deserved top 10 results. I really hope the song is good because Israel deserve the final.

Erin
Erin
5 years ago

Ding Dong say no more…

Daniel
Daniel
5 years ago

Doron Madali is an AWESOME song writer!!! He wrote songs for Israeli music legends like “Im yesh gan Eden” for Eyal Golan, “Aba” for Shlomi Shabbat, and “Tel Aviv” for Omer Adam. He also was in charge of Eurovision for Israel in 2008, 2010, and 2013!!! It looks like Israel has a great song underneath their belt!

Xepher
Xepher
5 years ago

According to Eurovoix, Doron Madali was the director of the 2008,2010 & 2013 Israel entries. So expect another ballad from Israel.

jr esc nl
jr esc nl
5 years ago

hmm the title sounds cheesy but i hope it’s good israel deserves the final