The hosts of the Luxembourg Song Contest have been revealed.
Luxembourgish broadcaster RTL have revealed who will be hosting the first edition of the Luxembourg Song Contest, the country’s national final to find their Eurovision 2024 representative.
In less than a week, eight finalists will be taking to the stage at the Luxembourg Song Contest to battle it out in a bid to represent the country at its Eurovision comeback. 🎤— Eurovision Luxembourg (@rtleurovision) January 22, 2024
Guiding the audience throughout the event at the Rockhal will be a number of familiar faces!#LSC2024 pic.twitter.com/VxMFIcnarj
All of the four hosts are well known in Luxembourg, and all have experience in television hosting; but perhaps one of the more well known of the hosts is Désirée Nosbusch. Many fans will remember her as the host of Eurovision 1984 in Luxembourg City, following on from Corinne Hermes’ win the previous year. At only 19 years old, she is the youngest person to date to have hosted the Eurovision Song Contest.
Melody Funck is an influencer and content creator, who is mostly known for her bright and extravagent outfits. However, despite her focus being fashion, Melody does have prior hosting experience under her belt.
Joining Désirée and Melody is Raoul Roos, who is a presenter and journalist for RTL, and Loïc Juchem, a reporter for RTL.
On May 12th 2023, Luxembourg confirmed that they would be returning to the Eurovision Song Contest, after an absence of 30 years. They are one of the founding countries of the Eurovision Song Contest, having participated in the very first contest in 1956, and are one of the most successful, having won five times (1961, 1965, 1972, 1973, 1983).
Back in July, the Luxembourgish broadcaster RTL confirmed that they would be selecting their Eurovision 2024 representaive via a national final. On Saturday January 27th 2024, a live national final will be held at the Rockhal, a concert hall in Beval, a neighbourhood in the city of Esch-sur-Alzette in Southern Luxembourg.
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