In the next two days, on May 28 and 29, two online shows of Eurovision-2021 will take place. During the broadcast, all backup records of the contest participants will be shown.
It will be recalled that this year, due to the pandemic, Live-on-Tape was mandatory in case a representative of any country would not be able to take part in Rotterdam live, as happened, for example, with Iceland.
"To honour the hard work each participating country has put into delivering a 'Live-on-Tape’ back-up performance (should they not have made it to Rotterdam), we’ve created two special shows featuring these performances," the organizers said.
So, performances of semifinalists will show in the evening on May 28, and finalists will show on May 29. The beginning will be at 10 pm (Kyiv time) on the Eurovision YouTube channel.
As it was reported earlier, the Italian band Måneskin won the Eurovision 2021, which ended in the Netherlands’ Rotterdam on May 23. The band scored 524 points. The second place was taken by the representative of France with a score of 499 points, the third – by the representative of Switzerland, who scored 432 points. Ukraine finished the competition in fifth place, having received 364 points.