Eurovision2020: Two More Artists Revealed For “Australia Decides”

SBS, the Australian broadcast, has just announced another two acts that will participate in Australia Decided 2020 in order to win the honor to represent the country at the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 in Rotterdam.

The second pair of artists announced today are Mitch Tambo and iOTA.

Singer Mitch Tambo is a proud Gamilaraay man based in Melbourne. Mitch is familiar with his unique ethnic sound originates from his heritage. talking about Australia decides 2020 Mitch was quoted saying: I’m thrilled to be part of Eurovision Australia Decides in 2020 and to get the chance to perform on the world’s biggest stage. Eurovision songs often mix elements of traditional and contemporary sounds, which is exactly what I set out to do in my own music. Most importantly, it brings different cultures together all under the banner of music, which is a beautiful thing!

The second artist announced today is singer and actor iOTA. among his career peaks, you can find taking parts in successful musicals such as “Hedwig & the angry inch” and “The rocky horror show” and being nominated for ARIA Award on the “Best Album” category.  iOTA shared his excitement from Australia Decides participation saying: ““I’m not your typical music competition kind of guy, but I am attracted to the Eurovision Song Contest for the color and movement, music and performance, light and shade, creativity and self-expression, singing and working an audience”


“Eurovision – Australia Decides” will take place over 2 nights from Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre and for the second time will be hosted by the comedian Joel Creasey and musician Myf Warhurst. the show dates are:

Jury Vote (Not televised) on Friday, February 7th, 7.30pm AEST

Public Vote and Winner Announced on Saturday, February 8th, 7.30pm AEST

In 2019, Kate Miller-Heidke was selected to sing “Zero Gravity” in Tel-Aviv and came 9th in the grand final.

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