Israeli broadcaster KAN recently announced that Noa Kirel is its choice to represent Israel at the next Eurovision Song Contest. While the young singer has not yet made her decision, globally known YouTuber Trisha Paytas has made it known that she is ready to play the stand-in and steal the show with her song “I Love You Moses”.

The Eurovision season has not yet started and nevertheless Israel already seems to be taking seriously their commitments for Eurovision 2023. After the early announcement of Noa Kirel as the country’s next representative, the young singer announced that she still has some thinking to do. If broadcaster KAN needs a backup option, it can count on American Youtuber Trisha Paytas. The famous Muckbanger has made it known on Twitter that she wants to represent Israel with her song “I Love You Moses”, a fiery declaration to her husband, Israeli artist Moses Hacmon, with whom she’s currently expecting a child.

 

Who’s Trysha Paytas?

Trisha Paytas is an American vlogger, singer, reality TV personality and former escort. Considered one of the pioneers of YouTube, she created her first channel in 2007, dedicated to her obsession with movie director Quentin Tarantino. Her channel quickly diversified into vlogs and music videos, although in recent years she has been best known for her mukbang videos where she devours all kinds of food in large quantities.

She now has over 5 million subscribers and has accumulated over 900 billion views, not least because of numerous controversies. She regularly faces public criticism as she exposes her relationship problems with YouTuber Jason Nash, mental breakdown and various addictions. Many antics have seen her go viral, including self-identifying as a chicken nugget.

From “Fat Chicks” to “I Love You Moses”

In addition to her many atypical talents, which she regularly shares on Youtube, Trisha Paytas has also been pursuing a musical career for several years. In 2015, she released her first music video entitled “Fat Chicks” which has accumulated over 13 million views on Youtube. The track has been featured on numerous websites such as Cosmopolitan, The Huffington Post and Business Insider. Following her debut EP, she released a number of others, including the cover of “Hot For Teacher” for which Van Halen’s member David Lee Roth provided the introduction.

 

In 2016 her track “Daddy Issues” appeared on the Billboard Top Heatseekers album chart debuting at number 25. In February 2019, Trisha Paytas released a cover of “Shallow” by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper where she sings both parts. Within days, the video reached several million views which then allowed her to go on tour the same year with the “Heartbreak Tour” to promote her own music.

In March 2021, Trisha released a new song in which she declared her love for her new husband, Israeli artist Moses Hacmon. Both of them appear in the music video where he re-enacts a biblical scene. If Moses now knows how much his wife loves him, Trisha now wants to show all of Europe her love for her husband and his culture by representing Israel at Eurovision. What better place for such a statement?

 

Unfortunately for her, Trisha Paytas will not be able to represent Israel with “I Love You Moses,” as the song was released more than a year ago and it is against the rules of the contest. If she wants to have a chance to participate, Trisha will have to submit an original song.

Nevertheless, we can advise Trisha to apply for the American Song Contest where she will undoubtedly shine.

Are you a mukbang fan ? Should Trisha Paytas release an ASMR song for Eurovision? Let us know on the comments section!

 

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Lex
Lex
2 months ago

I was fine with Trisha till this. like wtf?

hfftj
hfftj
2 months ago

if they pick this american doll who changes religion every month and doesnt give a shh abt the contest instead of noa il get really mad

nikki
nikki
2 months ago

Thank you, NEXT

Liam
Liam
2 months ago

why have you given this awful person any attention?

Flutter
Flutter
2 months ago

I’m 99% sure she doesn’t care about the contest at all, she just likes attention and is (allegedly) obsessed with Jewish culture…

Sir Stevia
Sir Stevia
2 months ago

Wiwi do not give this deluded individual the attention they crave so badly.

Sir Stevia
Sir Stevia
2 months ago

GET THIS CRAZY HO OUT OF MY COUNTRY

Whisker
Whisker
2 months ago

Do it do it do it do it do it do it do it do it do it do it do it do it do it do it do it do it do it do it do it!

Jerrome
Jerrome
2 months ago

OMG CAN WE JUST APPRICIATE ISRAEL BEING PART OF THE ESC AND SAVING US FROM TOTAL BOREDOM???

Whisker
Whisker
2 months ago
Reply to  Jerrome

Yes we can! As they say. no news is bad news.

Im so fab
Im so fab
2 months ago

She is seeking attention, but she is amazing, so good for her .

West
West
2 months ago

I doubt Trisha is really interested. They are just saying that to grab attention.

Samira
Samira
2 months ago

This is what non-ESC fans associate Eurovision with. This ticks all the boxes in the worst way possible. Just give us Noa Kirel and we good.

Esc addict
Esc addict
2 months ago

But what happens with Israël, everybody seems so hungry for Eurovision, that’s cool because there are big names in the mix, and to see these big names to share their big interest for the contest so early that’s very rare, the season has not even started yet, we are 1 month and half before the official beginning and Israël is already on fire, that’s promising.

Esc addict
Esc addict
2 months ago
Reply to  Esc addict

But I really don’t think this youtuber should represent Israël, I don’t think it would be the right direction to go after their results of last year, no offense to her but they need to take another decision imo even if I repeat it’s very cool to see so much interest for our beloved contest.

Fast Food Music Lover
Fast Food Music Lover
2 months ago

I didn’t know she sings. She sounds pretty great.

Shin
2 months ago

Ew no. I don’t care if she sounds nice. Her attitude is as trash and abuses her bf , so no.

Lupo
Lupo
2 months ago

This year is already so messy and I’m here for it.

vetrina
vetrina
2 months ago

she’s ignorant af and bees saying ignorant anti-palestine bs. don’t give her any more unnecessary popularity

Toby
Toby
2 months ago

Very confused as to why this Wiwi are talking about this at all. This is a non-story

West
West
2 months ago
Reply to  Toby

They already had ano article about that “human Ken” Guy – this is just another troll.
But yeah – it would be nice to have info only about people who are seriously interested in competing.

Ray
Ray
2 months ago
Reply to  Toby

This is a dead time of year for Eurovision news so if any public figure so much as mentions the contest there will be an article about it.

Once the national finals etc begin these type of articles become less and less.

Bert
Bert
2 months ago

I’m actually a bit disappointed that you give this person attention and especially calling her a queen. She is not a queen, she is problematic as hell

willchrisiam
willchrisiam
2 months ago

Wiwibloggs promoting this despicable person and calling her a queen…
Makes perfect sense.

Polegend Godnova
2 months ago

she should consider totally funding the participation for one of those countries that can’t afford it like andorra

Nicky
Nicky
2 months ago

rather no participation from Andorra then

Roelof M
Roelof M
2 months ago

Please don’t give this woman any unnecessary attention.

Joe
Joe
2 months ago

I mean…this isn’t news. This has no bearing on the next contest, the song isn’t eligible to compete, Eurovision fans don’t really know or care who this person is, Israel is absolutely not going to pick her over anyone else. I don’t really understand the point of posting an article about it, to be honest. I guess it’s kinda funny? Ish? I dunno, not everything that mentions Eurovision is Eurovision news.

Joe
Joe
2 months ago
Reply to  Joe

Also, every Tweet encouraging her to represent San Marino kills me inside. I get that it’s a common fandom joke, but seeing how hard the delegation’s been trying lately (forget whoever decided the vote-swapping was a good idea, they’re not relevant here), having people treat San Marino as the “sloppy seconds” country feels meaner and meaner every year. Part of why Elis Mraz trying for them made me queasy; maybe she would’ve been a good representative, but she was, in fact, treating San Marino like sloppy seconds when “Imma Be” wasn’t picked for the Czech Republic, and that’s just disrespectful… Read more »

potaxio
potaxio
2 months ago
Reply to  Joe

You’re right, at least Achille went with another song :/

Joe
Joe
2 months ago
Reply to  potaxio

He had another song and he was clearly considering it independently of his Sanremo participation.

Lupo
Lupo
2 months ago
Reply to  Joe

I get your point but San Marino “trying hard”? Maybe trying hard to get those dollar signs with their shabby overpriced selection.

Joe
Joe
2 months ago
Reply to  Lupo

They really are trying. They want to use that money to make that selection have a greater pool of talent and to have more people on board to judge. Please believe me when I say San Marino are trying to move away from those stigmas.

Joe
Joe
2 months ago
Reply to  Joe

Just remember that every artist who wanted to represent San Marino had to physically go to San Marino to audition. Compare that to the likes of 2018 where the national final wasn’t even IN San Marino. They really are trying.

Milan
Milan
2 months ago
Reply to  Joe

Oh, NOW I know why she seemed so familiar…