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08:02 National Triple Play

20:17 Eurovision News

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2022 Superfan Choice

Subwoolfer is a British-Norwegian pop duo formed in 2021. The two members perform in black suits with white shirts with distinctive yellow wolf-head masks and yellow gloves and ties and go by the pseudonyms Keith and Jim. They represented Norway in 2022.



Fan Favourite

Mocedades is a Spanish singing group from the Basque Country, who represented Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1973 with the hit song 'Eres Tú'

Israel has participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 44 times since making its debut in 1973. Israel was able to enter the contest as the Israel Broadcasting Authority (IBA) was an active member of the European Broadcasting Union (EBU), which was responsible for the event. The IBA was succeeded as the broadcaster in charge of the Israeli entry by the Israeli Public Broadcasting Corporation (IPBC/Kan) in 2018. Israel has won the contest four times, and has hosted the contest in Jerusalem twice in 1979 and 1999. Israel hosted the contest for the third time in Tel Aviv in 2019. Since the introduction of the semi-finals in 2004, Israel has failed to reach the final six times. In 2005, Shiri Maimon gave the country its tenth top five result, finishing fourth. Having failed to qualify for the final for four consecutive years (2011–14), Israel reached the final for the first time in five years, with Nadav Guedj finishing ninth in 2015. The country had participated in the final every year since, including a fourth victory courtesy of Netta with “Toy” in 2018. The qualification streak ended in 2022, when Michael Ben David failed to progress to the final.

Eden Alene 2021 Israel

On 22 March 2020, it was announced that she had been internally chosen to represent Israel in the Eurovision Song Contest 2021. In January 2021, her three candidate songs were revealed – “Ue La La”, “La La Love” and “Set Me Free”. Eventually, on 25 January 2021, the song “Set Me Free” was picked.

On 18 May 2021, she performed 12th during the first semi-final, following Belgium and preceding Romania. She qualified to the final on 22 May. In addition to that, she broke the all-time record for the highest note in Eurovision history, hitting a B6 whistle note during the first semi-final of Eurovision 2021. In the final, she scored 93 points, finishing 17th out of 26.

Track List

1Let’s Get HappyLou2003 Germany
2This Is LoveDemy2017 Greece
3Ze Rak SportDafna Dekel1992 Israel
4Light A CandleSarit Hadad2002 Israel
5Set Me FreeEden Alene2021 Israel
6SolayohAlyona Lanskaya2013 Belarus
7SlomoChanel2022 Spain
8Give That Wolf A BananaSubwoolfer2022 Norway
9Kinek mondjam el vétkeimetFriderika Bayer1994 Hungary
10Eres TuMocedades1973 Spain
11X My HeartAisel2018 Azerbaijan
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