Slowly but surely, the number of confirmed entries for Eurovision 2021 is creeping upwards. France chose its act — Barbara Pravi with “Voila” — on Saturday, taking the total up to three.
The other two are Albania’s Anxhela Peristeri with “Karma” and Israel’s Eden Alene with “Set Me Free”. But which act do you like best? Eden took gold in our first survey, but can she hold on in a more crowded field? You decide!
You can listen to Barbara’s effort below. Then vote in our poll. Choose wisely, you can only vote ONE time. Voting is open until Friday 5 February — the eve of the Pabandom iš naujo! final.
We will then relaunch the poll to include the victors in Lithuania and any other songs which might drop between now and then.
Eurovision 2021 entries as of 31 January
France’s Barbara Pravi with “Voila”
Barbara’s “Voila” saw off competition from 11 other songs in the newly-launched Eurovision France, c’est vous qui décidez! final. The acclaimed singer-songwriter previously had songs in Destination Eurovision and was behind both of France’s most recent Junior Eurovision entries, including the 2020 winner “J’imagine”. Pravi topped both the jury and public vote, making her the first act to do so since France returned to regular national finals in 2018.
- Albania: Anxhela Peristeri “Karma”
- Israel: Eden Alene “Set Me Free”
Who is your favourite Eurovision 2021 act so far?
Which entry is your favourite? Can any of them win the contest in May? Let us know in the comments.