Eurovision 2021: All The Performances Will Be Recorded “Live – On – Tape”

As Eurovision 2021 is getting closer, the plans are being revealed.
Following the Covid-19 pandemic, the format of Eurovision 2021 will be different from the traditional Eurovision editions.
The EBU and the Dutch broadcasters had already built 4 possible scenarios in order to make Eurovision 2021 happen. The scenarios are influenced by the situation of Covid 19 in the beginning of 2021.

However, the EBU have just revealed another significant component in Eurovision 2021 formula:
All of the 41 countries will have to create ‘line-on-tap’ recording. The recording will be used in a case of traveling restrictions or if the participant will have to be in quarantine.

The recordings will be sent until the end of March 2021. The recording will take place in a studio setting in the relevant country. The recordings will take place in a real time, which means any editions of the it will be forbidden.
The Head of Delegation must be onsite during the 60-minute recording session of the permitted three takes and, either alone or together with someone who has the appropriate mandate, make the final decision on which take is selected.

Stay tuned for all the news about Eurovision 2021. You can find all the relevant information at out Eurovision 2021 homepage:

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Doron Lahav is 30-year-old, who lives in Israel. Doron has been watching the Eurovision Song Contest since early 2000s. Doron works as a Data Scientist and shows interest in singing and writing.

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