Earlier in the year, Iceland’s Daði Freyr opened submissions from the public to be part of the choir singing in his Eurovision 2021 song “10 Years”. And now it appears that there’s another Eurovision star among the thousand voices. Germany’s Jendrik has revealed that he submitted his vocals to Daði.

Jendrik shared the news in the latest edition of his Eurovision Song Contest Diary on TikTok.

@mynameis_jendrikI also did this ##idontfeelhate♬ Originalton – Jendrik

Jendrik described the creative process behind his contribution. After watching Daði’s call for submissions, Jendrik says he realised, “if I send in my voice, there is the possibility that I am in not only one song at the Eurovision Song Contest but in two – and also in one of Daði’s songs?!”

The German star got to work recording his vocal submission and sent it off to Daði.

Jendrik concluded, “So now I’ve got two chances to be in the winner’s song of the Eurovision Song Contest. Not only in my song, but also in this part of Daði’s song.” He let out a wicked laugh and joked, “I’m an evil genius!”

Is Jendrik allowed to sing on two different Eurovision songs?

Some Eurovision fans have wondered if Jenrik might be in breach of one of the Eurovision rules. The rule in question specifies that one artist may not represent more than one country:

2.2.3 Artists

(iii) Country representation
No Contestant and/or artist may compete for more than one country in the ESC in a given year.

However, Jendrik probably doesn’t run afoul of this rule. Along with the thousands of other choir members, Jendrik is not a credited performer in Iceland’s entry.

As well, he won’t appear on stage alongside Daði & Gagnamagnið in the “10 Years” performance. Even listening to the choral part of “10 Years” — which overall sounds like a children’s choir — there’s no obvious clue that Jendrik is part of the mass of singers.

With the new rule for Eurovision 2021 allowing pre-recorded backing vocals to be used, this is the first time that such an issue has arisen.

Meanwhile, Daði Freyr appears happy to have discovered the identity of one of his choir members. On Twitter, he responded to Jendrik with “hahaha love this!!!!!!!”

What do you think? Should more Eurovision stars contribute backing vocals on competing songs? Or should they stick to their own entry? Tell us your thoughts below!

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Ffs
Ffs
1 month ago

She’s delusional, bless her …

kohen
kohen
1 month ago

he’s giving she is so crazy!! I love her! vibes lmao

Stevan
1 month ago

There are hundreds of voices in there, you can’t identify any of them, including Jendrik

Polegend Godgarina
Polegend Godgarina
1 month ago

taylor swift sweetie i’m so sorry…

Polegend Godgarina
Polegend Godgarina
1 month ago

god bless his heart

Richard
Richard
1 month ago

I can’t wait for this awful child to be irrelevant again.

Last edited 1 month ago by Richard
Dawid
Dawid
1 month ago

Are you brain damaged?

ticktock
ticktock
1 month ago

He’s annoying. A 26 year old man acting like a 5 year old isnt funny.

Alex
Alex
1 month ago

He is such a fun person, positive vibes only, living his dream. One could call him a troll (in a good way) hahaha. I love him and wishing him good luck.

Somebody
Somebody
1 month ago

It’s not even funny lmao.

Polegend Godgarina
Polegend Godgarina
1 month ago
Reply to  Somebody

these uwu smol bean types in the eurofandom will ovulate over anything ~quirky~, lordamercy

Dawid
Dawid
1 month ago

I hope he doesn’t feel hate. Such a good soul. It’s funny how you are love past joke entries and now throw mud on one of the best joke acts we got recently. Same with F&F

Heartbeater
Heartbeater
1 month ago

For those who are saying that he should be disqualified he just helped dadi with his song if he should be disqualified should John lundvik No so should Jendrik be disqualified for helping him No

Trina
Trina
1 month ago
Reply to  Heartbeater

That is an excellent point. How on earth can you flip out about this, but be fine with songwriters or creative designers working on entries for multiple countries (which is a much bigger involvement)? Makes absolutely no sense.

Red X
Red X
1 month ago
Reply to  Heartbeater

plus his choir part is prerecorded backing vocals anyway.

raylee
raylee
1 month ago

Au/Ra , OXA or Zoe Wees for Germany 2022

Nils
Nils
1 month ago

I don’t like him or his song either, but you seriously have to calm down. This could have been a charming little story, hadn’t he done it solely for promotion purposes.

LaVoixCZ
1 month ago

Disqualify him.

Alaska
Alaska
1 month ago
Reply to  LaVoixCZ

Don’t be ridiculous!

Mr Vanilla Bean
Mr Vanilla Bean
1 month ago

Well, people can be inspired by anyone. That doesn’t mean that this inspiration leads to anything worthwhile, which in this case, it clearly didn’t.

RavensHeart
RavensHeart
1 month ago

Well 1 chance to win, Germany has 0 😛

blahh
blahh
1 month ago

he’s like the sweetest little bubble this year aww

Pancake
Pancake
1 month ago

Jendrik is literally a sunshine boy and must be protected at all cost. I would literally die for him!

nycforever
nycforever
1 month ago

I need to confess. Germany 2021 is my guilty pleasure. I can’t hate him, he is too cute.

Okan idu?
Okan idu?
1 month ago

Well you only have one chance with this information

Mr Vanilla Bean
Mr Vanilla Bean
1 month ago

Not even when hell freezes over.

Whisker
Whisker
1 month ago

LOL

Jimmy Smit
Jimmy Smit
1 month ago
Reply to  Whisker

Love it 🙂

Whisker
Whisker
1 month ago
Reply to  Jimmy Smit

Me too! Super hilarious!

Ellen
Ellen
1 month ago

Hahaha that guy is crazy. I love him lol

Sot
Sot
1 month ago

Jendrik is like one of those villains in Dreamworks movies who try to act evil but all they achieve is us adoring them!