The Eurovision songs for 2020 will not be eligible to compete in 2021, Eurovision TV reported.
“It is our intention with this programming, and on our online platforms in the coming months, to honour the songs and artists which have been chosen for the Eurovision Song Contest 2020."
“With that in mind, the Reference Group, the Song Contest’s governing board, has decided that, in accordance with the Rules of the Eurovision Song Contest, this year’s songs will not be eligible to compete when the Contest returns in 2021,” the statement said. “At their discretion, Participating Broadcasters may decide which artist(s) to send in 2021, either this year’s representative or a new one.”
Eurovision 2020 was cancelled amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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