Photos: EBU

Ever since the unfortunate cancellation of Eurovision 2020, song contest organisers have required broadcasters to film backup performances in case an act can’t make it to the stage in May. Now, the EBU is releasing almost all of the Live-On-Tape recordings for Turin 2022.

The recordings are being released on the official Eurovision channel across a period of 10 days and the publication schedule is following the semi-final running orders. Today, Tuesday 21 June, we’re getting more songs from semi-final two — Estonia’s Stefan and Romania’s wrs.

The Live-On-Tape performance from Poland’s Ochman has also been officially uploaded. Though, the Polish delegation had previously shared this themselves a few weeks ago.

Eurovision 2022 Live-On-Tape Performances

Estonia’s Stefan – “Hope”

Romania’s wrs – “Llámame”

Poland’s Ochman – “River”

Previously released Live On Tapes

What do you think of the Live On Tapes? Which is your favourite from today’s batch? Let us know down below.

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Meckie
Meckie
12 days ago

So Armenian video will Not be seen, so Broadcaster has withdrawn it?

Patrick Pastor
Patrick Pastor
12 days ago

It’s too bad we won’t get too see Georgia’s L-O-T. I really liked that one.

Joe
Joe
12 days ago

The only thing I find particularly interesting/hopeful is that Romania being one of the countries allowing its live-on-tape to be released, which even countries with no bone to pick with the EBU like the Netherlands, Norway, and Australia weren’t comfortable doing, seems at least somewhat reassuring in regards to Romania sticking around next year. One can only hope…

Fatima
Fatima
12 days ago
Reply to  Joe

Agreed, I also think the Romanians might have wanted to show what their staging SHOULD have looked like in Turin with the words rightly prominent in the background. I can see how they lost those points.