Kate Ryan has dropped the question Eurofans have been dying to hear: Should she return to Eurovision in 2016? Her Twitter fans are unanimous in screaming a full-blown ‘yes’. But it seems like she was ready to get back in the game regardless of what they said.
— Kate Ryan (@RealKateRyan) May 19, 2015
Even Eurovision fan favourite Kate Ryan is going to have to fight for the right though. Shortly after the final of Eurovision 2015, Dutch-language broadcaster VRT announced details of their national selection show for Eurovision 2016. They will not select an artist internally, and will instead stage a contest revolving around five to-be-decided artists. Assuming that VRT chooses Kate as one of the four (we strongly recommend they do), she will have to out-perform four other acts perspiring euro-pop ambition.
Since crashing out of the contest back in Greece in 2006, Kate has remained a huge Eurovision fan. This year she rooted for Latvia, Sweden and of course…
— Kate Ryan (@RealKateRyan) May 23, 2015
Kate Ryan in Eurovision
Kate Ryan represented Belgium at Eurovision in 2006 with “Je t’adore”. Tipped as once of the favourites, she finished in 12th place in the semi final with 69 points. That meant no final for Miss Ryan or La Belgique.
Kate may have competed in Belgium’s national selection in 2014 as part of the group ‘Day One’. However, since the band members wore masks and refused to reveal their identity, the speculation remains speculation.
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