Belgium: Blanche’s song for Kiev released, listen to “City Lights”!

On November 22, RTBF announced that it would be Ellie Delvaux, A.K.A. Blanche, who would be taking the Belgian flag to this year’s Eurovision Song Contest in Kiev. Today, the song has been officially released on Spotify a few hours before expected.

The song is called “City Lights” and has been written by Pierre Demoulin along with Blanche, who helped as lyricist. The message of the song clearly talks about…

The news on Blanche representing Belgium came by surprise to fans as The Voice Belgique Twitter account, in which she took part during the latest season of the show, confirmed her and congratulated her on the news.

It is usual to see RTBF internally selecting when they are in charge of Eurovision in the country. They share the organisation on a “year on year off” basis with fellow broadcaster, VRT, who last year chose Laura Tesoro for Stockholm and surprised all the viewers by finishing 10th in the Grand Final. The last time that RTBF were in charge they of course chose Loïc Nottet, who was also from “The Voice Belgique” and came 2nd in the third season of the contest and got the first top 5 for the country in the Eurovision after 12 years.

What do you think about Blanche’s track? Do you think this will do better than Laura Tesoro or even further than Loïc? Share your thoughts on social media and stay tuned for more details regarding the Belgian presentation on Kiev’s stage next May 9th during the first semifinal!

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One thought on “Belgium: Blanche’s song for Kiev released, listen to “City Lights”!

  1. I am so impressed with this song, great job Belgium. Its fresh and unique and I love her voice and the song is a great showcase for her talents. I’m going to be in Kiev and I cannot wait to see how they stage this performance,I expect big things

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