The 2021 Bulgarian Eurovision hopeful VICTORIA has released her potential Eurovision 2021 entries.
VICTORIA will represent Bulgaria at the forthcoming edition of the Eurovision Song Contest. The song will be selected via an internal selection.
The Bulgarian artist has been releasing her potential ESC 2021 songs one by one in the past days. 5 of the 6 tracks will be featured in her upcoming EP ‘a little dramatic’.
Song Premiere Date Set
Victoria is set to reveal her Eurovision 2021 entry on Wednesday 10 March via a special concert where she will perform all her potential entries live. The special show will be broadcast live at 21:00 CET on BNT 1 and Victoria’s Official Youtube Channel.
Ms. Genoveva Christova (Ligna Groups Bulgaria Eurovision 2021 producer says:
Together with our partners from the Bulgarian National Television, the Eurovision Bulgaria team and VICTORIA, we have done our best to take into consideration the enormous feedback we received from all over the world. We are happy that so many people expressed their opinion on our potential songs for Rotterdam. Today, we had a meeting where we discussed the feedback from Bulgaria2021.com as well as from the focus groups. We believe that we made the best possible choice. We have a long road ahead of us and with the song we chose, VICTORIA will feel most confident and comfortable on the stage in May.
The potential Bulgarian Eurovision 2021 entries
- UGLY CRY
- Imaginary Friend
- Dive Into Unknown
- Phantom Pain
- The Funeral Song
- Growing Up Is Getting Old
VICTORIA has released the following potential Eurovision 2021 Bulgarian entries:
Growin up is Getting Old
The funeral song
Die into unknown
Bulgaria in Eurovision
Bulgaria debuted at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2005 and is yet to win the competition. The Balkan nation’s best result in the contest was achieved in 2017 when Kristian Kostov placed 2nd in the Grand Final in Kyiv.
Bulgaria has participated in Europe’s favorite television show 12 times. The country withdrew from the competition in 2014 due to financial reasons and returned to the event in 2016 with flying colours when Poli Genova placed 4th in Stockholm.
Prior to 2016 Bulgaria had only made it once to the Grand Final since its debut in 2005. The country has seen a reversal of fortune in the contest since its return in 2016, qualifying to the Grand Final three years in a row ( 2016, 2017, 2018).
In 2019 the country withdrew from the competition again due to financial issues and was set to return in 2020 with Victoria’s ‘Tears getting sober’, but the event was cancelled due to the coronavirus global pandemic.