The 2019 Portuguese Eurovision hopeful, Conan Osiris, was in Israel few weeks back to film his Eurovision postcard. He recorded his postcard at one of Israel’s most magnificent sights, the Dead Sea.
The 2019 Portuguese Eurovision representative Conan Osiris will be seen dancing with seven dancers in the Dead Sea, the lowest point on Earth, 400 meters below sea level. Conan will been seen wearing an outfit Alves Gonçalves in the postcard.
The Postcards Concept
This year’s Eurovision postcard concept and theme is Dancing Israel. We will see the 41 competing acts dancing with a troupe of dancers in different locations throughout Israel. The postcards will showcase the sights and sounds of the 2019 Eurovision host country.
Most of this year’s Eurovision acts have already visited Israel in order to film their respective Eurovision postcards: Miki (Spain), Bilal Hassani (France), Luca Haenni (Switzerland), Roko (Croatia), Elliot (Belgium), Joci Papai (Hungary), Oto Nemsadze (Georgia), Michela Pace (Malta), Serhat (San Marino), Lake Malawi (Czech Republic), Sergey Lazarev (Russia), Conan Osiris (Portugal), Victor Crone (Estonia), Katerine Duska (Greece), Tamta (Cyprus), Duncan Laurence (Netherlands), etc.
About Conan Osiris
Conan Osiris won the 2019 Portuguese national final- Festival da Cançao with his entry Telemoveis. He will defend the Portuguese colours at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest.
Portugal in Eurovision
Portugal debuted at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1964 and has won the competition once, namely in 2017 when Salvador Sobral took Europe by storm with Amar pelos dois.
Until 2017 LuciaMoniz retained the country’s best result in the competition, a 6th placing at the 1996 Eurovision Song Contest in Oslo with O meu coraçao nao tem cor.
Portugal has competed 50 times in the Eurovision Song Contest and will see its 51st participation in Tel Aviv this year.
Portugal will compete in the second half of the First Semi-final of the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest on 14 May in Tel Aviv.