Your mid-week Eurovision news bulletin has landed. Every day in the build up to this year’s song contest kicking off in Liverpool, the team here at wiwibloggs is bringing you all the latest updates from the world of Eurovision. We scroll through the depths of social media so y’all don’t have to. 

In today’s daily digest, Mae Muller shares the making of “I Wrote A Song”, and Lord of the Lost announce a gig at Liverpool’s Cavern Club.

Eurovision 2023 news round-up: Wednesday 26 April

The making of “I Wrote A Song”

The UK’s Mae Muller has shared a behind-the-scenes video of the recording process for her “I Wrote A Song”. We see Mae in the studio working on the song with producers, discussing how she thinks people will connect with it and and what production value to add to different sections. (Jonathan)

Mae Muller meets King Charles at the Eurovision stage reveal

His Royal Highness King Charles and Her Royal Highness Queen Consort Camilla were in Liverpool today for the unveiling of the Eurovision 2023 stage. They met with some of the Eurovision hosting team including BBC Radio 2 commentators Rylan and Scott Mills, as well as UK entry Mae Muller. Read all about it here. 

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Piqued Jacks film San Marino’s Eurovision postcard

Italian rockers Piqued Jacks are up next to share behind the scenes footage of their Eurovision postcard shoot, straight from San Marino. On the three peaks of Monte Titano, the “Like An Animal” boys flew kites with a spectacular view of the capital city. 

Lord of the Lost announce gig at Liverpool’s Cavern Club

Lord of the Lost have scored a gig at one of the most famous venues in Liverpool. On Tuesday 9 May, the German glam rockers will perform a matinee show at the Cavern Club, an acoustic breakfast show with free entry. You can’t book tickets, so you’ll have to queue — and there’s only room for 300 people, so arrive early!

Sudden Lights sing Remo Forrer’s “Watergun” in Latvia

The Eurovision 2023 artists continue to build bridges. Switzerland’s Remo Forrer shared a video with Latvia’s Sudden Lights, who sang Remo’s song “Watergun” in their native Latvian language. 

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Additional reporting by Jonathan Vautrey

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7 months ago

Watergun 110% more genuine by Sudden Lights <3 <3 <3 <3

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7 months ago

Going to a LOFTL concert in the morning is an effective way to get really awake!

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7 months ago

And Mae was stunning.