Belarus: The Act for Eurovision 2021 May Be Announced on 4th of March

According to the page OGAE Belarus, the Belarusian broadcaster BTRC may reveal the artist and song for Eurovision 2021 on Thursday the 4th of March 2021:

The broadcaster stayed silent about Eurovision 2021 plans.
All we know so far is that around 50 entries have been submitted for Eurovision 2021.

Usually, Belarus chooses an artist and a song for Eurovision via a national selection show.
However, it seems that the Covid-19 situation and maybe the political situation in the country may change the strategy. Therefore, it can be inferred that entry will be chosen internally.

The main rules for submitting songs were:
#1. Artists don’t have to be Belarus citizens in order to participate.
#2. Each artist can submit a song no longer than 3 minutes.
#3. The submitted entry must include a live video performance with the concept intended for Eurovision performance.

Partial playlist of entries can be found on our playlist page:

Among the potential participants, we can find several familiar names:

Zena (who represented the country at Eurovision 2019 with “Like It”):

Belarus 2019: ZENA releases "Like It" music video

Aura (participated in the national selection in 2020):


Chakras (participated in the national selection in 2020):

CHAKRAS: “La-Ley-La is a song about my cat who tragically passed away” –  ESCBubble

Katya Ocean & Daz Sampson (Daz represented the UK in Eurovision 2006):

Katya Ocean & Daz Sampson submit 'Give You Love' for Belarus 2021 selection  - ESC Covers


Braids - YouTube

Belarus  will compete in the first half of semi-final 1 at Eurovision 2021

You can find all the relevant information on our Eurovision 2021 homepage:

This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is Eurovision-2021-Homepage.jpg

Doron Lahav is 28 years old guy who lives in Israel. Doron watches Eurovision Song Contest since early 2000s. Doron works as a Data Scientist and also shows interest in singing and writing.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: