She’s the former Eurovision champion giving it another go for Sweden in Liverpool. But first, the “Tattoo” songstress is turning up the heat in the capital. Sweden’s Loreen will sing at the London Eurovision Party 2023.
On Sunday 16 April, the “Euphoria” hitmaker will sing her Eurovision 2023 track in London at the UK’s biggest and best warm-up party in front of 2,000 eager Eurovision fans at HERE at Outernet.
Loreen to perform at London Eurovision Party
Former Eurovision champion Loreen is back for another shot at the crown.
Loreen is the bookmakers favourite to win Eurovision 2023. She earned the Swedish ticket to Liverpool by winning Melodifestivalen 2023, beating out Norwegian twin superstars Marcus & Martinus and Ukrainian singer Maria Sur.
Loreen told wiwibloggs her vision is to create something new for her fans. She said: “I want you guys to feel something and I have three minutes to make you feel something. My focus is just there — what do I need to do, how can I do it, what do I want to say”.
She added: “All of these things, it’s been a process. But it’s for you. It’s for me, and it’s for you”.
London Eurovision Party 2023
London Eurovision Party is the UK’s biggest Eurovision warm-up show. The party will see a selection of artists from the class of 2023, and song contest alumni, descend on the British capital. The London show will be a chance for our stars to perform for a British crowd before they make the trip up north to Liverpool in May.
The London Eurovision Party takes place on Sunday 16 April at HERE at Outernet. More tickets to the sold-out show may be released at a later date.
Confirmed performers so far include:
Eurovision 2023 acts
- United Kingdom: Mae Muller (Headliner)
- Slovenia: Joker Out
- Ireland: Wild Youth
- Austria: Teya & Salena
- Australia: Voyager
- Lithuania: Monika Linkyte
- France: La Zarra
- Norway: Alessandra
- San Marino: Piqued Jacks
- Poland: Blanka
- Moldova: Pasha Parfeni
- Estonia: Alika
- Croatia: Let 3
- Spain: Blanca Paloma
- Portugal: Mimicat
- Iceland: Diljá
- Azerbaijan: TuralTuranX
- Serbia: Luke Black
- Malta: The Busker
- Czechia: Vesna
- 🇷🇴 Romania: Theodor Andrei
There are lots of surprises yet to be announced, so stay tuned to wiwibloggs to find out who else will be joining the roster.
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boring, still hoping for a shock nq
Go go queen!
wow this is HUGE! I was hoping for a big name and they did not disappoint.
I hope she brings her nails and gets a nail group photo with Mae, Blanca, Teya & Salena, and Vesna. Luke should get some nails and get in on the theme.
I hope she lends Charles her nails for the coronation.
Or the person who puts the crown on his head. At least that.
It’s endearing how fascinated you are with this coronation.
A morbid fascination!
I’d thought of saying ‘how sarcastically fascinated you are’, but that seemed not quite right. Morbid is exactly right. I’m with you. I’d just rather pretend that that we live in mature democracies without feudal lords presiding over them. People like their fairytales though.
It would be a sight to behold.
I’m washing my hair that night (I’m bald)
Oh wow! I might try to grab a late ticket to LEP in early April. But, I also have a work shift that evening. Decisions, decisions.
The freewheeling songwriter living their dream wil find a way to make it so 🙂
Oh, that’s nice 🙂 I was hoping she would come.
Her song is crap. Honest opinion.
yes, and plagiarism too, from one of Mika Newton’s songs
And Mikas song it’s not an original song. But Norway’s song is stolen straight on. But people don’t say anything about that
Run to the Hills from Klara last year yup
but Norway’s is also staying in the same-ish schlager pop route, like KeiiNo