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Eurovision France, c’est vous qui décidez – French songs for 2021 released

The 12 songs for "Eurovision France, c’est vous qui décidez" have been released. Listen to the songs here and vote in our poll

The French broadcaster, France 2, has revealed the 12 artists and songs for the 2021 Eurovision France, c’est vous qui décidez.

21 Juin Le Duo – "Peux-tu me dire?"
Ali – "Paris me dit"
Amui – "Maeva"
Andriamad – "Alléluia"
Barbara Pravi – "Voilà"
Casanova – "Tutti"
Céphaz – "On a mangé le soleil"
Juliette Moraine – "Pourvu qu'on m'aime"
LMK – "Magique"
Philippine – "Bah non"
Pony X – "Amour fou"
Terence James – "Je t'emmènerai danser"

The songs will be presented in a special programme on France 2, "Eurovision France – les finalistes" from 16 December 2020. Here each artist will be presented with a portrait and the artist's song.

Eurovision France, c'est vous qui décidez

The French selection for Eurovision Song Contest 2021 is called "Eurovision France, c'est vous qui décidez". The show will take place in January 2021, hosted by Stéphane Bern and Laurence Boccolini, and will be held in a regional city of France.

The results will be decided by 50% public voting and 50% jury. The jury will have people from France and five people from other countries. The voting will have two phases.

France in Eurovision Song Contest

France is a grand old country in Eurovision. They have participated 62 times since the start of Eurovision in 1956.

The best results are five victories in 1977, 1969, 1962, 1960, 1958. The latest victory was in 1977 – 43 years ago! The worst result was in 2014, where France ended last in the Grand Final, and in the last 16 years, they only managed twice to be in top-10.

France is a member of "Big 5", so they don't have to go through the semi-final-qualifications, but are automatically qualified for the Grand Finals.




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