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Israel National Selection 2020/2021: Eden Alene
Eden Alene (Photo: KAN / Moshe Nahumovich)
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Israel 2021: Listen to Eden Alene's candidate songs

The Israeli broadcaster KAN has released nine songs for Eden Alene. Three of them will be selected to compete in a special national selection show in January 2021. Listen to the songs here and vote in our poll: Which song should Eden Alene sing at Eurovision 2021?

The Israeli Broadcaster KAN selected 9 songs that will compete on the right to represent the country, in next year's Eurovision Song Contest 2021. This year, over 200 songs were submitted. The original sketch version of the 9 songs are available for online listening on KAN's website

Until 13 December 2020, The public will be able to vote for 2 favorite songs out of the 9 candidates. An internal committee will select a third song out of those 9. The 3 songs will be revealed on 3 January 2021. Eden Alene will record all 3 selected songs, which will be put for another final voting after 3 January 2021.

"Can’t Stop a Hurricane"
"Coming Out"
"Flying"
"La La Love"
"Rise Up Today"
"Set Me Free"
"Shoulders"
"Spilling Magic"
"Ue La La"

On 25 January 2021, KAN will air a special national song selection show, "Our Song for Eurovision 2021", hosted by Eurovision 2019 host Lucy Ayoub, where Eden Alene will perform all three final songs (pre-recorded video clips). KAN will announce the winner at the end of the show, based on public and internal votings.

Eden Alene was selected to represent Israel for Eurovision 2020 back in 2019, as part of the previous Israeli national selection show "The Next Star for Eurovision". This year, KAN decided to allow Eden Alene to represent the country in the 2021 edition of Eurovision Song Contest.

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About the author: Sagi Klein (Israel)

Sagi Klein is our correspondent from Israel. Sagi sees Eurovision as a unique platform that brings people together and bridging differences between them, through the amazing power of music.



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