Israeli entry might be sung in English in Istanbul

by Itamar Barak 33 views

Israeli website Ynet.co.il reports today that David D'Or, Israel's entrant to the 2004 Eurovision Song Contest, is considering performing in Istanbul with a new version of his entry, Leha'amin, which will be mostly sung in English.

D'Or returns tomorrow from a tour in Los Angeles, where he also perfomed live with Leha'amin. The Israeli public will have a first chance to hear him singing the song live this Tuesday, when D'Or will be a guest on Dudu Topaz' show on Channel 2. D'Or will be accompanied with his stage crew seen on the pre-selecation, as well as with a new backing singer, Raz Meirman, who is a top model.

In the coming days David D'Or will start working on a new revamped version to his entry. One big change being considered is expanding the English part of the song, making it the language in which most of the song will be sung in Istanbul. The final and complete version of Leha'amin will be performed in Miss Israel's pageant, on March 22nd.

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