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07:39 National Triple Play

18:50 Eurovision News

23:36 Superfan Intros

48:06 Fan Favourite

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Voyager

2023 Superfan Choice

Voyager are an Australian progressive metal band from Perth, formed in 1999. The band has released eight albums & they represented Australia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 with the song 'Promise', finishing in ninth place.

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Claudia Faniello

Fan Favourite

Claudia Faniello is a Maltese singer, and sister of fellow Eurovision artist Fabrizio Faniello. She represented Malta in the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 with the song 'Breathlessly' and came 3rd with the song Gmielek in the maltese festival MuzikaMuzika 2022.

Monaco has participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 24 times since its debut in 1959. The country’s only win in the contest came in 1971, when Séverine performed “Un banc, un arbre, une rue”. As a result, Monaco was expected to host the contest in 1972, but it ultimately declined. Monaco is the only microstate to have won the contest to date. Monaco finished last at its first contest in 1959 before achieving three top three results in the 1960s. Two of these were achieved by François Deguelt, who finished third in 1960 and second in 1962. Romuald also finished third in 1964. Severine’s victory in 1971 was the first of five top four results in eight years. The others were achieved by Romuald (who returned to place fourth in 1974), Mary Christy who was third in 1976, Michèle Torr, fourth in 1977 and Caline and Olivier Toussaint who were fourth in 1978. After participating in 1979, Monaco was absent from the contest for 25 years. Monaco is the only country to have internally selected all of its participants. While some countries organise televised national finals, it is believed that TMC did not have enough funding to organise national finals. Monaco returned to the contest for three years from 2004 to 2006 but failed to qualify for the final on all three occasions. The Monégasque broadcaster then withdrew from the contest, stating that regional voting patterns in the contest have effectively given Monaco no chance of qualifying for the final.

Lise Darly Monaco 2005

Track List

1Be My GuestGaitana2012 Ukraine
2We Are The WinnersLT United2006 Lithuania
3Boum BadaboumMinouche Barelli1967 Monaco
4Un Banc, Un Arbre, Une RueSeverine1971 Monaco
5Tout De MoiLise Darly2005 Monaco
6LimitsPaenda2019 Austria
7PromiseVoyager2023 Australia
8TattooLoreen2023 Sweden
9Sing Me A SongBernadette1983 Netherlands
10BreathlesslyClaudia Faniello2017 Malta
11That’s How You Write A SongAlexander Rybak2018 Norway
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