Switzerland Begin the Search for their next Eurovision Entry

Swiss broadcaster SRF will feature an open submission process as they look towards the next edition of Eurovision.

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Rehearsal Day 4 – Switzerland

Well, we may have just found a winner. Switzerland has been a strong favourite since they revealed their song, and while they went down a few places in the odds, I suspect they will be rising to the top again. This is a truly spectacular performance that is totally unique in the field. Many expected…

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Eurovision 2021 Reviews – Switzerland

Switzerland was one of the first 7 countries to participate in the debut year of the Eurovision Song Contest, and went on to win that same contest with the legendary Lys Assia. Their history since then has been mixed, achieving just one additional win since their debut. Could this be the year that Switzerland achieves…

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Gjon’s Tears Releases Swiss Eurovision Entry, Tout l‘Univers

Swiss Eurovision representative Gjon’s Tears has now released the song he will be taking to the Eurovision stage this year. The song is titled Tout l’Univers, and was written by Gjon, Wouter Hardy, Nina Sampermans and Xavier Michel as part of a songwriting camp. Speaking of his latest entry, Gjon said, ‘I am so happy…

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Eurovision 2020 Reviews – Switzerland

Switzerland last won Eurovision back in 1988, and based on their recent history, it seemed that Switzerland were not on track to score their next win anytime soon. After a bunch of non-qualifications, Switzerland finally stepped up last year, and came 4th. The fire is there, but how would they have fared with Gjon’s Tears…

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Gjon’s Tears to Represent Switzerland with the song, Répondez-moi

Swiss broadcaster SRF have now revealed the song that will be representing the nation in Rotterdam, and it will be Gjon’s Tears with the song Répondez-moi. The entry was selected internally, with a 100-member audience panel and international jury at the centre of the decision making. The panel and jury held 50% of the voting…

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