Bulgarian broadcaster BNT have revealed more information about their entry for Eurovision 2021, which will be sung by Victoria, who was originally going to represent Bulgaria in 2020 with “Tears Getting Sober” before COVID-19 caused the cancellation of the contest.
The broadcaster have announced on their official Twitter page that they will be setting up the “Black Sea Eurovision Songwriting Camp” to chose their entry for Eurovision 2021. The camps will be located in Burgas and Primosko and will take place between the 16th and 26th of August.
We are proud that The Black Sea #Eurovision Songwriting Camp will bring together some of the best songwriters who will work with Bulgaria's @VictoriaGeorge_ and other artists from the contest on their 2021 Eurovision songs! ⭐ Follow @EurovisionCamp for backstage footage. https://t.co/LdbQAxTZj2— BNT Eurovision Bulgaria 🇧🇬 (@bg_eurovision) August 15, 2020
The songwriting camp will bring together some of the best music producers, composers and songwriters, not just from Bulgaria, but from around Europe. It has been confirmed that there will be four teams of songwriters, who will each have 10 days to write, compose and produce their songs. These songs will be given to Victoria, but also to other artists who are competing for other countries.
The @EurovisionCamp songwriters will not only write songs for Victoria and the other attending artists, but will also write potential songs for other 2021 #Eurovision artists who couldn't attend because of the travel restrictions #BSESC2020 https://t.co/rPxzlSaRHY— BNT Eurovision Bulgaria 🇧🇬 (@bg_eurovision) August 16, 2020
We caught up with Victoria back in January when she was in London working on some potential songs for Eurovision 2020. Check out our interview below!