A few moments ago, the EBU published visual content about the second rehearsals of the Bulgarian delegation on the stage of Eurovision Song Contest 2021.
Here you can see a fragment of the second Bulgarian rehearsal:
Below you can see a gallery of images about her second contact with the stage and the cameras.
Photos: EBU / THOMAS HANSES
Victoria Georgieva, known professionally by the mononym VICTORIA, was born on 21 September 1997. Started singing at age of eleven. After some time she enrolled in the vocal studio “Angel Voices” where her music teacher was Atanaska Lipcheva.
VICTORIA’s distinctive voice and style position her as one of the most promising new artists in Bulgaria.
Growing Up is Getting Old tells of a journey to self-improvement by revisiting your roots and the places you feel safe. On writing the song, the Bulgarian singer revealed that she was thinking about the most important people in her life: her mother, her father, her sister, and her friends.
VICTORIA became popular after participating in the 4th season of X Factor Bulgaria, and interest in her music grew further when she was announced as the 2020 Bulgarian representative for the Eurovision Song Contest.
The musician loves animals and has 4 rescue dogs, two rabbits and a parrot. In 2020, she was one of the official European Ambassadors of Earth Hour and the first Eurovision artist from Bulgaria to perform at Sofia Pride.
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The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and the contest’s organisers (NPO, NOS and AVROTROS) announced last january a final decision regarding the scenario that will ensure the health and safety of all people that will be involved in the Eurovision Song Contest next May in Rotterdam. From all the initial four scenarios they considered at the beginning, the organisers have decided to implement ‘Scenario B’.
The health safety and protocols that will be followed match with the Dutch National Institute for Public Health and the Environment guidelines for similar large-scale events such as sports competitions.
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