Eurovision 2023: Second Rehearsal of Israel!

Today is the fourth day of rehearsals, the day when the countries participating in the First Semi Final will take over the stage for their second rehearsal at M&S Bank Arena, in Liverpool!

Next up on stage for their second rehearsal is Israel and Noa Kirel with the song “Unicorn“.

Who is Noa Kirel?

Noa Kirel is an Israeli singer,dancer and actress,with various musical accolades. She was the winner of the MTV Europe Music Awards for the best Israeli act between 2017 and 2022 and is one of the most critically acclaimed performers in the Israeli pop scene. Some notable milestones in her 7-year career include becoming a judge in Israel’s Got Talent in 2018 (and becoming,thus,the youngest judge ever at the age of 17), signing a contract with American record company Atlantic Records and opening Miss Universe 2021 with her song “Bad Little Thing”.

The Rehearsal

Watching Noa Kirel on the big screen is a totally different experience from in the arena.

Sarah Louise Bennett/EBU

Noa starts her performance in a huge box lit with LEDs, with some nice rotating camerawork and lots of strobe lighting. She’s supported by five backing dancers, all in matching black and pink wet-look costumes, and the whole routine is pop-video polished from start to finish.

Sarah Louise Bennett/EBU

‘I’ve got the power of a unicorn,’ sings Noa, and you’ll be delighted to hear we took the opportunity to research what specific powers unicorns have. It turns out their horns have healing properties, so we’ll be calling on Noa for all our backstage first aid needs.

The camerawork is amazing, and every one of her facial expressions is entirely fierce.

Photos: Sarah Louise Bennett / EBU, Corinne Cumming / EBU

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