Earlier this month, the final three songs in contention to be Eden Alene’s Eurovision 2021 entry were revealed. Now, the online voting to select the song that the Israeli star will perform in Rotterdam has begun. This coincides with the release of the music videos for each of the songs.
On Tuesday, Eden Alene joined Eurovision 2019 co-host Lucy Ayoub on radio station Kan Gimmel to kick off the final round of online voting in Israel’s national selection for this year’s contest, HaShir Shelanu L’Eurovizion 2021.
On the show, which was simultaneously broadcast on TV channel Kan 11 and live-streamed on Facebook, Eden talked more about the final three songs in the selection – “La La Love”, “Set Me Free” and “Ue La La” – before then revealing the music videos for each of them.
The result of the online voting will be revealed in a show broadcast on Kan 11 next Monday 25 January, starting at 20:15 CET. Although it will be a live show hosted by Lucy Ayoub, Eden Alene will not perform the songs live herself, following recent changes to the selection.
These changes, as a result of Covid-19 lockdown, also mean there will be no jury voting and the final decision will instead by determined solely by online public voting. Those with access to the required app can only vote twice from each device – once between now and the start of the show next week, and one again during the results show itself.
Eden Alene’s Eurovision 2021 music videos
“La La Love”
During the show where the music videos were revealed, Eden noted that she had an immediate connection with “La La Love” and loved shooting the music video.
“Set Me Free”
In regards to “Set Me Free”, Eden stated that this was the hardest song to record and they had to do it over two days.
“Ue La La”
Eden Alene told Lucy Ayoub during the music video reveal that she didn’t love “Ue La La” at first. However, she then imagined herself as a fearless woman and learned to love it.
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