Which country should host? – Billboard

Earlier this week it was announced that the Eurovision Song Contest was to expand its brand and launch in Latin America.

Over the next few months, the producers will start looking for a host city to Eurovision Song Contest Latin America among the best performing Latin American markets, which include Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico. The expansion comes after the Eurovision Song Contest 2022 generated high content views in Latin America for non-participating countries, according to the European Broadcasting Union (EBU).

News of the brand’s expansion comes a few weeks after the very first edition of American song contest – hosted by Snoop Dogg and Kelly Clarkson – ended its eight-week run on May 9, where K-pop star AleXa was crowned the winner of the first season. In May, it was also announced that Eurovision was expanding to Canada.


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“Following the launch of the American Song Contest and with plans underway for the Eurovision Song Contest Canada next year, the European Broadcasting Union is thrilled to now be working with Voxovation to bring the excitement and magic of the Eurovision Song Contest in Latin America. “, Executive Supervisor of the Eurovision Song Contest Martin Osterdahl said in a statement. “Eurovision’s unique format finds new fans around the world every year and we look forward to expanding the brand in this hugely diverse part of the world.”

Since Eurovision began in 1956, a total of 52 nations have submitted songs to the contest. This year, Ukrainian rap and folk group Kalush Orchestra won the 66th Eurovision Song Contest in Turin, Italy. Since its inception, the Eurovision Song Contest has helped launch the global careers of various artists, including recent Italian winners Måneskin, as well as Celine Dion, ABBA and Julio Iglesias, among others.

Below, vote for the country you would like to see host the first edition of Eurovision Song Contest Latin America.

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