Eurovision 2020 may have been cancelled, but its would-be artists are now part of our extended Eurovision family. It’s unfortunate that they won’t have the thrill of competing this May. But that shouldn’t take away from all that they have already achieved: winning countless new fans and releasing new music into the world.
With that in mind, we’ve decided to continue with much of our planned Eurovision content. From our 10 Facts series that highlights the weird and wonderful backstories of the singers to posts that unpack the meaning behind their lyrics, we’ll continue to shine the spotlight on the stars — many of whom will shine bright at Eurovision 2021. Whether it’s the Wiwi Jury or breaking news, we’ll keep on sharing content across all of our channels.
Just as sports web sites and magazines continue to cover the ins and outs of basketball, tennis, Formula One, football and other areas that have been hit by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, we’re going to stay close to our topic. The loss of the three live shows hurts. But for Eurofans Eurovision has always been about much more than the broadcast itself. It’s also about community and discovery. And we know there’s still a lot more to discover about the songs and acts of Eurovision 2020.
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