Diana Rouvas among top 4 Australian artists for Eurovision 2020


SBS announced they will allow the Australian public to vote for the artist they would like to see representing Australia at Eurovision 2020.

The top 4 will perform for Australia’s votes in ‘Eurovision – Australia Decides 2020’, which will be hosted on the Gold Coast and air on Saturday 8 February, on SBS. The winner will be selected by the Australian public and be given the chance to represent Australia at the world famous Eurovision Song Contest 2020 in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.

The top 4 finalists includeThe Voice 2019 winner Diana RouvasAustralia’s Got Talent 2011 winner Jack Vidgen, 19-year-old emerging singer-songwriter from Darwin Jordan-Ravi and Taiwanese-Australian multi-media artist Jaguar Jonze.

“I’m really excited to be in Eurovision – Australia Decides. As a Greek Australian, I am proud to represent the culture that our country is rich and abundant in, and I’d be so honoured to stand on that stage for Australia! It’s an incredible opportunity for any artist. I’d be bringing my true authentic self to the stage…my life’s work and dreams into that moment, and would be proud to earn a position on that stage and represent my country,” said Diana.




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