The Australian representative for this years Eurovision Song Contest, Jessica Mauboy has been exploring Denmark in the lead up to her Eurovision performance in Copenhagen.
The singer arrived in Denmark last week and has been sharing her travel stories on her social network sites, especially Instagram where she has over 138,000 followers. Recently she had the opportunity to visit the Rosenborg Castle Gardens which is a famous garden in the centre of Copenhagen. When reflecting on her vist she shared this picture of herself:
As well as Denmark, Jessica managed to do a vist in the Swedish capital of Stockholm where she did a quick studio session.
Jessica will be performing her new song Never be the same as part of the Australian interval act of the second semi-final. Speaking on social media it is clear that the 25 year old can’t wait to take to the stage.
‘Wow this is actually happening! #Eurovision!!!! Something I’ve dreamed of has come to life! – Jessica Mauboy on Twitter
Australia has always been a big fan of the Eurovision Song Contest. Last year 2.93 million Australians tuned into the contest on SBS where commentary was provided by Julia Zemiro and Sam Pang. The contest is a success in the country each year and this led to the Eurovision organisers to invite SBS to be responsible for the interval act of the second semifinal on May 8th.
Never be the same is taken from Jessica’s third album Beautiful.