Ten artists are most likely to advance to the next round of the Dutch selection process for the 68th Eurovision Song Contest, which will take place in May in Malmö, Sweden, according to Dutch journalist Aran Bade, who made this revelation on RTL’s Boulevard. He clarified, though, that this information was still pending confirmation.
According to information from Dutch public television, more than 600 applications were submitted this year, a record number for the country. Among the names that claim the Dutsch representation are Caroline van der Leeuw, Douwe Bob, Tim Douwsma, Numidia and the rappers Joost & Donnie.
According to the Dutch commentator, the decision on the country’s representative is expected to be finalized and announced in mid-December.
Last year, Mia Nicolai and Dion Cooper represented the Netherlands with the song “Burning Daylight”. The entry placed 13th in the semifinals, marking the country’s first elimination since 2015.
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Source: RTL Boulevard