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

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!

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Frank Arthur
Frank Arthur
1 month ago

Everytime I listen Blas I love it ,dont understand a voice and a song with that quality is so down in the polls,lets hope that go to change,:)

AMAAN STORM
AMAAN STORM
1 month ago

The best Falsetto goes to Gjons tears, but my favourite singer here Is James Newman.
That growly, gritty vocal range is pretty sexy.

They’re all excellent in their own way though. Vasil is incredible and technical and Tornike is undeniably able to sing a rock song or a ballad (plus he’s hot. Sadly he looks like an ex of mine!).

Great diverse range of male soloists this year.

Diamond
Diamond
1 month ago

Tix, Tix and thrice Tix 🙂
And ofc Blas is my very heartwarming option too.

rainer1
rainer1
1 month ago

woww. three times as many vote for gjon than the second. that is great and well deserved

Atlas-Nataniel
Atlas-Nataniel
1 month ago

Out of these, Tornike from Georgia is my favourite! His song is in my top 10.

Last edited 1 month ago by Atlas-Nataniel
Anna
Anna
1 month ago

Tusse is my favorite singer but not my favorite song

Purple Mask
Purple Mask
1 month ago

As much as I appreciate the representation, it should make zero difference to a song contest.

Purple Mask
Purple Mask
1 month ago

They’re all good. The best technical singers are probably Vasil and Blas Cantó, with Gjon’s Tears providing a unique emotional tone that I really like. For deeper voices, Tornike and Uku seem to be able to go deeper, but there aren’t a lot of bass vocal driven songs this year.

Thisisntourlastdance
Thisisntourlastdance
1 month ago

I love the georgian guy, he has something brutal and raw about him xD
And the song is cute!

Filipe
Filipe
1 month ago

He’s handsome… On other words, the guy is hot.

Last edited 1 month ago by Filipe
AMAAN STORM
AMAAN STORM
1 month ago
Reply to  Filipe

He looks just like my ex

Last edited 1 month ago by AMAAN STORM
Mr Vanilla Bean
Mr Vanilla Bean
1 month ago

Tix. Surprisingly, my second choice would be Uku. By default.

Last edited 1 month ago by Mr Vanilla Bean
Sabrina
Sabrina
1 month ago

My votes go to Gjon’s Tears, Jeangu and Benny.

Colin
Colin
1 month ago
Reply to  Sabrina

Great picks. 🙂

Sabrina
Sabrina
1 month ago
Reply to  Colin

I just wish I could cast a vote to Maneskin’s Damiano too, but it seems he’ll have to share my vote with his bandmates in another poll!

Erasmus
Erasmus
1 month ago

the way males are mostly awful this year hahah (Vasil, Rafal, Jendrik, Uku, Vincent).. Benny, Tusse and Gjon are all in my top 10 tho.

je t'aime
je t'aime
1 month ago

Question: Is Eurovision’s Next Top Male Model still a thing? Or it has been canceled?

Purple Mask
Purple Mask
1 month ago
Reply to  je t'aime

In my opinion, it’s outdated, and it should have been cancelled a long time ago.

Sally
Sally
1 month ago
Reply to  Purple Mask

Agreed. I would suggest a new category – the ‘Most Age-Inappropriate’. It could be for a teenager singing a song with content just a little too adult or a 45 year singing a song that really only works when coming from someone under 25.

Anhel
Anhel
1 month ago

1. Switzerland
2. UK

Nick
1 month ago

Vasil, Tusse, Jeangu, Jendrik are gay and Blas is bi
I’m glad we have open LGBT males in contest 🙂

my favs songs in this poll are Gjons, Benny and Blas

Last edited 1 month ago by Nick
Amy Bee
Amy Bee
1 month ago

Easy question – Gjon‘s Tears for me all the way. But I also like Tusse from Sweden – both are very sweet talented young men I think

Colin
Colin
1 month ago

Hopefully, all of them. Only Jeangu and Vasil are gay, and Blas is bisexual, as far as I’m aware. Not that their orientation matters, though.

Last edited 1 month ago by Colin
Jonas
Jonas
1 month ago
Reply to  Colin

We should never just assume somebody is hetero just because it hasn’t been announced otherwise. They don’t have to explain themselves to us, and like you say, it’s irrelevant.

Colin
Colin
1 month ago
Reply to  Jonas

In theory, you are right. However, since 90-95% of all people are hetero, it’s an assumption based on probability. But yeah, as it’s someone’s own, private thing, nobody should feel the pressure to disclose anything. It wouldn’t change their worth as artists or people anyway, but it’s theirs to tell it or not.

Last edited 1 month ago by Colin
Jonas
Jonas
1 month ago
Reply to  Colin

I don’t think it’s ever a fair assumption. Parents making that assumption is exactly what makes it so hard for a lot of gay people growing up. It’s a bad habit.

Colin
Colin
1 month ago
Reply to  Jonas

People always assume things and it’s perfectly normal. That’s how we are able to identify world around us as soon as possible. Without it, we would feel confused not knowing who anyone is or what anything is. Assumptions are based on probability. The bigger the probability, the more certain the assumption. On this scale, guessing a sexual orientation has enough percentage to have some grounded bases, but it’s not big enough to bet your money on it. The important thing here is accepting that sometimes we are wrong and when that happens, accept it and go along with the new… Read more »

Last edited 1 month ago by Colin
Colin
Colin
1 month ago
Reply to  Colin

PS. I did give a disclaimer ”as far as I’m aware” at the very beginning. 😉

Turns out, Jendrik is also gay. I love his song and I find him utterly adorable. 🙂

Jonas
Jonas
1 month ago
Reply to  Colin

That does make sense, and I mostly agree. It’s just this particular assumption that bothers me, especially when it can last from birth until you’re an adult. Little gay boys put on soccer teams when they’d rather be at ballet with their sister, that kind of thing. Boys and girls might be incredibly gay even as young children, but their parents make this assumption so deeply that they fail to notice. You said only Vasil and Jeangu were gay. I had thought at least two others were as well, and I’m just not sure why we would need to wait… Read more »

Colin
Colin
1 month ago
Reply to  Jonas

No need to apologize, Jonas. I totally get what you are saying. I hope I didn’t feel like too nagging, either. Sometimes I write long comments so there wouldn’t be reading between the lines and just make it convoluted in the process. I agree, kids should be raised to embrace their interests and sexuality in a way that feels natural to them. Whether gay boys play soccer or ballet or whether straight boys do should be up to them and for parents to endorse. 🙂 Also, you are righ that the margin of error is too big when it comes… Read more »

Last edited 1 month ago by Colin
Ende
Ende
1 month ago
Reply to  Jonas

I am pretty sure you wrote it with good intentions but you are reinforcing stereotypes here.
Some little boys like playing football and some little boys like doing ballets. Nothing to do with the fact that they are gays or straights.

Jonas
Jonas
1 month ago
Reply to  Ende

I did think of that last night, but I was tired and told myself that because it was a real-life example it was okay. The hetero little girl in the story actually would have preferred to be playing soccer, so this little boy was aware of that way of thinking even back then. It’s all part of the same problem – narrow-mindedness.

Filipe
Filipe
1 month ago
Reply to  Colin

1 to 3 por cent of the adult population is gay, however it’s very hard to know the proportion of bisexual men. Some people talk about 5, 10, 20 por cent, while some argue that we are all bisexuals at some point in our lives. Just look for the Old Greeks, Persian, Celts and Romans.

notyourtoy
notyourtoy
1 month ago

What do you mean with LGBT friendly? :/

Last edited 1 month ago by notyourtoy
BeepBoop
BeepBoop
1 month ago

Switzerland, Spain, Czech Republic and Sweden have both singers and songs I really like but, I found myself liking TIX’s voice a lot! I find it surprisingly soothing, a total contrast with his entire stage persona 😮

Mr X
Mr X
1 month ago

Switzerland 9/10
Germany 7/10
Spain 7/10
Netherlands 7/10
United Kingdom 6/10
Georgia 6/10
Sweden 5/10
Austria 4/10
Estonia 3/10
Czech Republic 2/10
Norway 2/10
North Macedonia 1/10
Poland 0/10

Diamond
Diamond
1 month ago
Reply to  Mr X

Norway? 2/10? Like… you dont have to be Tix stan to actually appreciate his vocals. Cause he is hell of a good singer

Fabrizio
Fabrizio
1 month ago
Reply to  Mr X

I really can’t understand what’s the matter with Tix… come on is a good song and he sings well. That’s not a 2/10

waitaminuteholdon
waitaminuteholdon
1 month ago

I’d do all of them. Ok, Vasil if he’s quiet.

Purple Mask
Purple Mask
1 month ago

Shocking. 😮 Aha

Nils
Nils
1 month ago

oh boy … there goes my beauty sleep …

yoloo
yoloo
1 month ago

TIX and Uku.

Nils
Nils
1 month ago
Reply to  yoloo

fun fact: ‘tix’ and ‘uku’ both sound like glue brands 😀

Last edited 1 month ago by Nils
Kosey
Kosey
1 month ago

TIX is the most iconic male soloist we have seen so far. Of course, someone we have not seen yet may eclipse him on the stage but they are going to have to put on quite a show to beat him.

Sally
Sally
1 month ago
Reply to  Kosey

If by iconic you mean ‘cliche-riddled’, then yeah, I’m with you.

myoozik
myoozik
1 month ago
Reply to  Sally

Get over it, Sally. KEiiNO aren’t going to Eurovision, it’s time to move on

Sally
Sally
1 month ago
Reply to  myoozik

When did I mention Keiino?

Jonas
Jonas
1 month ago
Reply to  Kosey

Tusse.

Kosey
Kosey
1 month ago
Reply to  Jonas

Perhaps. Although I don’t find Tusse’s performance particularly iconic? TIX’s show is so deliberately extravagant that I think it deserves more of an iconic status. Every detail has a purpose and a meaning that resonates, at least with me.

Last edited 1 month ago by Kosey
Jonas
Jonas
1 month ago
Reply to  Kosey

Tusse’s whole appearance and performing style are not gender typical, male or female – for me, that’s enough in itself. Talent too, of course…

Kosey
Kosey
1 month ago
Reply to  Jonas

I am sure this is an obvious statement, I suppose iconic status is conferred on things that we particularly connect with as individuals? The gender theme is honestly something that I had not considered but now you point it out I can see how some would find this iconic. I think I personally connect more with the fallen angel idea – there are themes of consumerism, modernity, disability, self-confidence which have more connection for me in TIX’s entry. And visually it is incredibly striking.

Last edited 1 month ago by Kosey
Kermy
Kermy
1 month ago
Reply to  Kosey

The word iconic really has lost all meaning …

Teddy
Teddy
1 month ago

Gjon and James have my heart but Benny’s great too <3

Ravencrow Neversmiles
Ravencrow Neversmiles
1 month ago

Definitely Gjon! I also like Tix, Benny, Uku and Rafal

Filipe
Filipe
1 month ago

I find Tornike handsome, very attractive and masculine, I was watching some of his past live performances on YouTube and I believe that at the semi-final he’s going to impress with strong vocals.

Serena00
Serena00
1 month ago

Switzerland
Czech Republic
Sweden
UK
Germany

Whisker
Whisker
1 month ago

Benny, James, Jeangu, Tix, Tusse.

Ende
Ende
1 month ago

So happy to see Benny that high in the poll. Well deserved !

Una
Una
1 month ago

James Newman – James Richard Newman – James Newman the Great – *my James*,

Then Benny, Daði and Jeangu. Lovely men.

Jo.
Jo.
1 month ago

Benny!

notyourtoy
notyourtoy
1 month ago

Okay, that’s gonna be landslide victory for Gjon haha

Shuester
Shuester
1 month ago

Blas Cantó, Benny Cristo, Gjon’s Tears, James Newman for me

Ralf0711
Ralf0711
1 month ago

Gjons tears, Tusse, Jeangu, Benny. Just to mention my favourites. Lots of sympathic and handsome men 2021.

Tom Ripley
Tom Ripley
1 month ago

Jeangu!

Dawid
Dawid
1 month ago

In what way…? xd Nvm, I vote on Benny for everything. Jendrik and Vincent for reasons

Marc
Marc
1 month ago

Gjon is performing Tout l’univers tonight in Spain

rainer1
rainer1
1 month ago
Reply to  Marc

when and where?

Marc
Marc
1 month ago
Reply to  rainer1

Telecinco. Show starts at 10

rainer1
rainer1
1 month ago
Reply to  Marc

Thx

João Diogo da Silva
1 month ago

My chin is down! Why Portugal is not even mentioned? Does the music is bad? I can’t believe.

Whisker
Whisker
1 month ago

This post is about male solo singers, not groups. Portugal is represented by a group.

João Diogo da Silva
1 month ago
Reply to  Whisker

Thanks for letting me know ??

Film
Film
1 month ago

The ones i look forward are Benny Cristo followed by Uku Suviste and Vincent Bueno

Colin
Colin
1 month ago

Easily Gjon! I also voted for Benny and Jendrik. 🙂

sam
sam
1 month ago

no one will agree with me, but the best male vocalist (and maybe best vocalist this year) is tornike… his voice is what you hear when you enter heaven

Filipe
Filipe
1 month ago
Reply to  sam

I do agree, 100 %.

Xaxa
Xaxa
1 month ago

We have two duos. Ofc our surprising San Marino and you forgot Denmark. And groups are eight. Galasy will compete but with another song. But you can make one category for them like ESC Radio. 16 female, 13 male, 11 groups and duos.

Jonny B
Jonny B
1 month ago

Voted Gjon. The poll serves to demonstrate how good the female artists have been this year. I have 8 solo female acts in my top 10

Marc
Marc
1 month ago
Reply to  Jonny B

I have more males than females. Depends on taste.
Bands are strong as well this time

Somebody
Somebody
1 month ago

Gjon seeks no challenge here.

Darren
Darren
1 month ago

Gjon’s Tears – easily, hands down!!

I do like Tornike’s voice too, he’s always pretty damn nice to look at too, but the song isn’t for me, he deserves better I think.

Sally
Sally
1 month ago
Reply to  Darren

Agreed. That song does little to showcase his talent. A great pop song has to either make you sing, make you dance or make you swoon before the end of the first listen. This does none of these, no matter how well he sings it.