Do NOT put out the fire, because Georgia’s Nutsa Buzaladze is bringing the heat! She will come to the London Eurovision Party on April 7th. The American Idol star is known for her insane vocals and they are certainly present in her Eurovision entry “Firefighter”. We can’t wait to see her perform it at Here at Outernet in London.

Who is Nutsa Buzaladze?

Despite only being 27, Nutsa is a TV competition veteran! She has competed in Georgia’s Got Talent, The Voice of Turkey, Your Face Sounds Familiar and Dancing With The Stars. Her biggest opportunity however came in 2023, when she comepted in American Idol. She reached the live shows, making the top 12 of the series. 

She currently lives in Dubai, and has performed at the Dubai Expo 2020. She’s also had the opportunity to showcase her talent at the Dubai National Theatre and Dubai Opera. 

She was internally selected by Georgia’s broadcaster, with her ferocious pop-banger “Firefighter”. The video really showcases her dancing talents which we’re sure to see on stage in London, and Malmö. There is passion and firetrucks full of energy throughout the clip – it’s going to be thrilling to see how this comes alive on stage.

London Eurovision Party 2024

The London Eurovision Party is the biggest annual Eurovision event in the United Kingdom.

The party will see a mojrity of artists from the year of 2024, but joining them will be some Eurovision alumnis too. This year the party celebrates its 15th edition at Here at Outernet in the UK capital.

Here at Outernet is a large concert venue right in the beating heart of London. It is known for its artistic styling and modern spaces. The London Eurovision Party will provide an excellent chance for a British audience to see their favourite acts before the contest itself.

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Sun
Sun
12 days ago

It would be wonderful to have an article about the Preparty that was held in Madrid and how well they sang and surprised people live, as was the case with Nemo.

Purple Mask
Purple Mask
12 days ago
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For an article like this: Basically, Switzerland is winning this year’s contest unless the others can all step up their live vocal performances. Nemo has set the bar very high. The competition aspect of ESC is going to be fascinating this year.

Johnny
Johnny
12 days ago
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I found that performance meh… I guess we all have different opinions hehe

Sierri
13 days ago

Yay! She can definitely come top 10 this year