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FILE Picture: Lovers view on a massive display the 2019 Eurovision song contest remaining in the supporters zone by the seashore in Tel Aviv, Israel, May well 19, 2019. REUTERS/ Corinna Kern

THE HAGUE (Reuters) – Diehard Eurovision supporters will not go entirely without having this 12 months. The 2020 song contest was cancelled owing to the coronavirus pandemic, but its organisers are set to host an alternate television clearly show on Saturday, with video performances from earlier and current contributors.

The two-hour-long, non-aggressive clearly show called ‘Europe Shine a Light’ will be broadcast by forty public broadcasters throughout Europe. The makers stated they want to “celebrate what Eurovision stands for and produce a feeling of unity throughout borders”.

The clearly show will contain all of this year’s entries with each other, singing “Love Shine a Light” from their respective living rooms by video backlink. The song by Katrina and the Waves was the winning entry in the 1997 Eurovision contest.

Former winners are also set to surface, including Serbia’s Marija Serifovic, who won in 2007. In a teaser clip on Eurovision’s Twitter account she can be observed acquiring completely ready for a performance in the deserted streets of the funds Belgrade.

The Eurovision Tune Contest remaining is a single of the world’s major television activities and experienced been scheduled to acquire location in the Dutch metropolis of Rotterdam on May well 16.

The contest has been held on a yearly basis since 1956, and was expected to draw up to 200 million viewers. Eurovision options live musical numbers from each individual collaborating place – much more than 50 in modern editions – achieving outside of Europe to Israel and Australia.

It is scheduled to acquire location next 12 months, yet again in Rotterdam, but collaborating nations around the world will have to ship in new songs, the European Broadcasting Union, which organises the celebration, has stated.

Reporting by Stephanie van den Berg, Enhancing by Rosalba O’Brien

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