It’s that time of year again. As May approaches, we’re all jumping aboard the Eurovision hype train. And as we get closer to our destination in Rotterdam, we’re asking our readers about the acts they’re most excited for. Today, we’re taking a look at the groups and duos competing in Eurovision 2021.
Groups and duos at Eurovision 2021
Of the nine group artists appearing at Eurovision 2021, five are returning acts from 2020. Daði og Gagnamagnið, The Roop, Hurricane, Go_A and Hooverphonic were all set to represent their countries prior to the 2020 contest’s cancellation. They were all subsequently given the comeback ticket. The remaining four acts are song contest newcomers. Fyr og Flamme, Blind Channel, The Black Mamba and Måneskin all represent their countries for the first time.
This year marks a decade since the last time a group or duo lifted the Eurovision trophy. In 2011, Ell and Nikki took the crystal microphone back home to Azerbaijan — scoring the nation its first song contest win. Could another group victory be on the horizon?
Now, it’s over to you. We want to know which Eurovision 2021 group or duo is your favourite. From Belgium to Ukraine, there are nine acts to choose from. Remind yourself of their songs and then vote in our poll!
Scroll down to vote in our poll.
Eurovision 2021: Groups and Duos
- Belgium: Hooverphonic – “The Wrong Place”
- Denmark: Fyr og Flamme – “Øve os på hinanden”
- Finland: Blind Channel – “Dark Side”
- Iceland: Daði og Gagnamagnið – “10 Years”
- Italy: Måneskin – “ZITTI E BUONI”
- Lithuania: The Roop – “Discoteque”
- Portugal: The Black Mamba – “Love Is On My Side”
- Serbia: Hurricane – “Loco Loco”
- Ukraine: Go_A – “SHUM”
Note, for the purposes of this poll, we are not counting Senhit and Flo Rida as a duo. Instead, we have included Senhit in our solo female poll. That’s in accordance with how the San Marino entry is listed by the EBU on Eurovision.tv. Flo Rida will only join Senhit in Rotterdam if circumstances allow him to travel.
Poll: Who is your favourite group or duo at Eurovision 2021?
As always, you can vote for as many songs as you like. But you can only vote once, so make it count. Europe, start voting now!
Who did you vote for? Which group or duo will score the highest at Eurovision? Let us know in the comments below.