At the Eurovision Song Contest, there obviously can be only one winner. The field of talented singers and beautiful genres is widespread this year.
Thirteen male solo singers will compete in Rotterdam in May 2021, as well as 17 female solo singers, seven (possibly eight) bands, one duo and one trio. Today, we want to have a look at the male solo acts. Maybe the overall winner is among them?
If one of the male acts will win this year, who should it be? Will it be Uku Suviste for Estonia? Are The Netherlands going to hold another Eurovision in 2022 thanks to Jeangu Macrooy? Or will you all raise your voices for Sweden’s Tusse?
You can vote for whoever you want and for as many singers as you like. But you can only vote one time, so think about it and make your vote count!
Eurovision 2021 – Male Solo Acts
- Austria’s Vincent Bueno – “Amen“
- Czech Republic’s Benny Cristo – “Omaga“
- Estonia’s Uku Suviste – “The Lucky One“
- Germany’s Jendrik – “I Don’t Feel Hate“
- Georgia’s Tornike Kipiani – “You“
- Netherlands’ J. Macrooy – “Birth of a New Age“
- North Macedonia’s Vasil – “Here I stand“
- Norway’s TIX – “Fallen Angel“
- Poland’s Rafal – “The Ride“
- Spain’s Blas Cantó – “Voy a quedarme“
- Sweden’s Tusse – “Voices“
- Switzerland’s Gjon’s Tears – “Tout l’univers“
- United Kingdom’s James Newman – “Embers“
Poll: Who is your favourite male solo singer of Eurovision 2020?
Will the overall winner be a male soloist? Which one is your favourite? Let us know in the comment section below!