Sadly, Eurovision 2020 is no longer going ahead. But that isn’t stopping us from celebrating the 41 acts which were selected to represent their countries in Rotterdam in May. Instead of mourning what could have been, we’d like to get to know them a little better.

We’ve been doing some research and have found ten facts about the competing acts of Eurovision 2020. We’ll roll out the posts over the coming weeks. So dive in and discover the hidden talents of the class of 2020!

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10 facts about… Eurovision 2020

🇦🇱 Albania’s Arilena Ara

🇦🇲 Armenia’s Athena Manoukian

🇦🇺 Australia’s Montaigne

🇦🇹 Austria’s Vincent Bueno

🇦🇿 Azerbaijan’s Efendi

🇧🇾 Belarus’ VAL

🇧🇪 Belgium’s Hooverphonic

🇧🇬 Bulgaria’s Victoria

🇭🇷 Croatia’s Damir Kedžo

🇨🇾 Cyprus’ Sandro

🇨🇿 Czech Republic’s Benny Cristo

🇩🇰 Denmark’s Ben & Tan

🇫🇮 Finland’s Aksel

🇫🇷 France’s Tom Leeb

🇬🇪 Georgia’s Tornike Kipiani

🇩🇪 Germany’s Ben Dolic

🇪🇪 Estonia’s Uku Suviste

🇬🇷 Greece’s Stefania

🇮🇸 Iceland’s Daði og Gagnamagnið

🇮🇪 Ireland’s Lesley Roy

🇮🇱 Israel’s Eden Alene

🇮🇹 Italy’s Diodato

🇱🇻 Latvia’s Samanta Tīna

🇱🇹 Lithuania’s The Roop

🇲🇹 Malta’s Destiny

🇲🇩 Moldova’s Natalia Gordienko

🇳🇱 The Netherlands’ Jeangu Macrooy

🇲🇰 North Macedonia’s Vasil

🇳🇴 Norway’s Ulrikke

🇵🇱 Poland’s Alicja

🇵🇹 Portugal’s Elisa

🇷🇴 Romania’s Roxen

🇷🇺 Russia’s Little Big

🇸🇲 San Marino’s Senhit

🇷🇸 Serbia’s Hurricane

🇸🇮 Slovenia’s Ana Soklič

🇪🇸 Spain’s Blas Cantó

🇨🇭 Switzerland’s Gjon’s Tears

🇸🇪 Sweden’s The Mamas

🇺🇦 Ukraine’s Go_A

🇬🇧 United Kingdom’s James Newman

10 facts about… Eurovision: Shine A Light