Today was the day, finally access to the Arena itself and actual viewing one of the dress rehearsals – the family show. From this, I have a highlight of the day. It is someone who has had to wait two years to make the Eurovision stage – Diodato.
On Sunday, the Turquoise Carpet took place and for the first time since 2019, we didn’t attend. We took time out and walked nearly six miles from our apartment to the Eurovision Village. Coverage of the Turquoise Carpet can be heard on All Out Eurovision – available on Switch Radio.
Yesterday, I had the chance to interview Malik Harris from Germany. He has already drawn first half in the running order, for this coming Saturday night. You can watch the interview HERE.
Author: Richard Taylor
Source: Eurovision Ireland