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AfriMusic Song Contest 2020 winner to perform during #EuroStream2020 Grand Final on 9 May

The partner platforms behind ‘Eurostream 2020’ are excited to announce the interval act for the Grand Final, to be broadcasted live on Saturday 9 May.

Nigeria’s Dhortune ThatOndoBoy was crowned winner of the third edition of the ‘AfriMusic Song Contest’. 24 African countries took part in regional selections, which culminated in a final with 20 entries and a mixture of jury and audience voting determining the result. In previous years, the winner of the AfriMusic Song Contests was invited to the Eurovision host city to perform live in the Eurovillage. We hope to offer a worthy consolation prize with a live performance in the Grand Final of ‘Eurostream 2020’!

Dhortune ThatOndoBoy won the ‘AfriMusic Song Contest 2020’ with the song Yémi:

The three live shows of ‘Eurostream 2020’ are scheduled for next week Tuesday 5 May, Thursday 7 May and Saturday 9 May. 35 countries will battle it out for 20 spots in the Grand Final on Saturday, where they will be joined by six pre-qualified countries. Professional juries (50%) and online televoting (50%) will decide the final outcome. The full list of jury members will be revealed on Monday 4 May.

Televoting for each live show will already open on the day of the broadcast at noon CET. This means that next week Tuesday 5 May, every Eurovision fan from around the world can start voting for Semi-Final 1 at 12:00 PM CET via the joint website, eurostream2020.com. The ‘voting lines’ will close after a recap of all entries has aired during the live shows. In Eurovision-style, they will all start at 21:00 CET sharp and can be watched from our Facebook and YouTube pages. All voters are required to vote for a minimum of three and a maximum of five different countries. All votes will be added together with the numbers weighed to count for half of the final result, next to the points of the national juries.

Eurostream 2020 is a joint project between the following partners, listed here alphabetically: 12 Points From America, aussievision.net, Ding-a-Dong Podcast, escdaily.com, escgo.com, escinsight.com, esckaz.com, escnation.com, escplus.es, esc-plus.com, eurovisionary.com, eurovisionunion.com, eurovisionuniverse.com, EuroWhat? Podcast, evrovizija.rs, scorewiz.eu, songfestival.be, songfestivalforum.nl, songfestivalweblog.nl.

Eurostream 2020 can be found on Facebook and Twitter, where the latest information about the upcoming event will be shared. For answers on more practical questions regarding the project, broadcasts and voting, we kindly redirect you to the joint website, eurostream2020.com.

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