In recent weeks he’s performed at concerts, a train station and on various radio shows.
And yesterday Eliot gave his latest performance at the The Voice Belgique as an interval act. He did so under the watchful eye of Slimane, who was his coach when he was a contestant in 2018.
Belgium has two different formats of the show: The Voice Belgique for Wallonia and The Voice Van Vlaanderen for Flanders. Eliot performed on the Wallonian format.
In the performance itself, there was an intriguing staging set up. Eliot was accompanied by two drum players who played giant drums on stage and did some little dance moves. This could be a try out for the stage in Tel Aviv. The drums could give the performance some extra power in Tel Aviv. You can watch the performance below:
Eliot’s former coach Slimane was full of praise:
“I’m proud and happy for him and as I’m French I already know which country to vote for at Eurovision. Eliot has grown up and changed. Last year he was in a phase of finding himself and now he has become a beautiful butterfly. Eliot’s song is really good and has real chances of coming very far. I strongly support Eliot”.
Eliot teased his mental preparation for Eurovision on the show: “I currently drink a lot of tea to relax. I’m not thinking too much about the pressure of the semi-final.”
Voice Belgique alumni to sing backing for Eliot at Eurovision 2019
The “Wake Up” hitmaker also revealed he’s relaxed because he’ll have two former Voice Belgique alumni on stage with him as backing vocalists.
Eliot’s next promo stop is this weekend at the Eurovision Preparty Spain. He will perform in the first semifinal on the 16th of May as the tenth contestant.
What do you think of this performance. Would the big drums work on stage in Tel Aviv? Let us know in the comments below!
Source picture: The Voice Belgique/RTBF