Belgium: Mustii to Perform Eurovision Song Live on ‘The Voice Belgique’

Mustii will perform his Eurovision song “Before the Party’s Over” live on television for the first time during the semifinals of The Voice Belgique on April 16th. He revealed this during Friday night’s interviews leading up to the pre-party in Barcelona. spoke with the Belgian Eurovision participant on the purple carpet ahead of the pre-party in Barcelona, where he performed on Saturday night.

First Television Appearance

Mustii will sing “Before The Party’s Over” live on television on April 16th, during the semifinals of The Voice Belgique. It will be the first television appearance where he will perform his Eurovision song.

Hints in the Music Video

Mustii spoke in Barcelona about his preparations for the Eurovision Song Contest. Regarding the staging, the singer didn’t reveal much yet. When asked about the choir of submitted voices and whether it will also be incorporated into his performance in Malmö, he remained coy. Mustii didn’t divulge much about it but hinted that there are clues in the music video.

Elke Hoste

On the Eurovision stage, Mustii will be styled by the Flemish fashion designer Elke Hoste. The lecturer at the Antwerp Fashion Academy was previously responsible for styling, among others, Oscar and the Wolf.

Technical Issues in Madrid

The Belgian Eurovision participant also briefly reflected on last week’s pre-party in Madrid, where he was also present. He mentioned experiencing problems with the technology and stated that his performance on stage in Malmö will be very different.

Seeking Rest

So, Saturday night, Mustii performed in Barcelona. It’s a busy schedule because there are more pre-parties planned. The singer doesn’t always feel relaxed and also craves some peace in his intimate circle. He shared this during his interview with

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Belgian Minister of Culture and Media Calls for Israel’s Exclusion from Eurovision Contest

In a plenary session of the Parliament of the Wallonia-Brussels Federation, Bénédicte Linard, Vice-President of the Ecolo party and Minister of Culture and Media, expressed her views on Wednesday regarding Israel’s participation in the Eurovision Song Contest. She was questioned by Alice Bernard, the leader of the PTB group, who advocated for Israel’s exclusion from the contest due to the ongoing conflict in Gaza. Bernard asked the minister about the actions she could take to mobilize against Israel’s participation in Eurovision.

In response, Bénédicte Linard highlighted the intolerable events in Gaza, where dozens of children, women, and men are dying every day, and famine is looming. Drawing a parallel with Russia’s exclusion from sporting events and Eurovision after the invasion of Ukraine, Linard stated that it is unacceptable for Israel to participate in Eurovision in May in Malmö, Sweden. She personally believes that Israel should be excluded from Eurovision until it ceases its flagrant violations of international law in Gaza. Linard intends to write to RTBF, Belgium’s national broadcaster, urging them to support this position within the European Broadcasting Union.

However, it remains unclear whether Linard’s position is supported by the government of the Wallonia-Brussels Federation. Minister-President Pierre-Yves Jeholet declined to comment, stating that it is Linard’s personal opinion.

Within the European Broadcasting Union, both RTBF and VRT represent Belgium. Benjamin Dalle, the Flemish Minister responsible for VRT, shared his perspective, expressing support for suspending Israel’s participation in Eurovision as long as civilian casualties continue to mount. Dalle believes that Israel’s presence at a culturally significant event like Eurovision is incompatible with the ongoing conflict.

As of now, RTBF has not issued a response, awaiting official communication from Minister Linard. Additionally, decisions regarding Israel’s participation in Eurovision are not solely in Belgium’s hands but involve considerations from other member states within the European Broadcasting Union.

Belgium will be represented in the 68th Eurovision Song Contest by Musti with the song “Before The Party’s Over”,

Source: RTBF

Belgium: Eurovisionfun Reacts to Eurovision 2024 Entry “Before The Party’s Over”!

A few hours ago the premiere took place through the official Eurovision YouTube channel for this year’s participation of Belgium in Eurovision 2024 by Mustii and “Before The Party’s Over“.

The Eurovisionfun team once again watched and reacted to the official video clip of the country’s entry for the upcoming Eurovision contest! Enjoy Apostolis, Katerina and Stella in a Reaction video with detailed commentary on Belgium’s participation in Eurovision 2024!

What do you think of the Belgian entry for Eurovision 2024? Will he manage to qualify for the final and get a great result?

Stay tuned on Eurovisionfun for more reaction, interviews and everything about Eurovision 2024!

Belgium: The entry’s release date!

Just a few minutes ago, Belgium‘s official account in the contest shared on X the exact date on which Mustii‘s track that will represent the country in Eurovision 2024 will be released!

As we have already informed you in a previous article, more than a thousand entries were submitted in order to win a ticket to Malmö, but only one managed to be selected. You can read more details about the winning track in our related article.

The date we will hear the selected song for the first time is, as you can see below, Tuesday 20 February!

As it is said, Mustii will maintain his artistic identity on the Eurovision stage and his song will be pop with dark elements combined with new wave and rock in the musical style that he has accustomed his fans to.

Stay tuned to EurovisionFun for all the news regarding Belgium’s participation in the Eurovision Song Contest 2024, in Malmö!

Belgium: Mustii’s song will be released in February!

Yesterday, RTBF, the French-language broadcaster from Belgium, was the first to announce its artist for Eurovision 2024. 33 years-old Mustii will be the one to fly the Belgian flag to Malmö, a well known artist in the French-speaking part of Belgium.

During an interview with VRT, Mustii announced that his Eurovision entry will be released in February. Meanwhile, he got into details about his Eurovision participation as well as what to expect from him.

According to Mustii, RTBF contacted him, bearing in mind that he is also a judge on Drag Race Belgium, which is produced by RTBF.

Mustii mentions that:

My style evolves into pop with a dark edge. I have influences from new wave and rock, but they remain pop albums. I contrast pop with fragile subjects, I like to play with them. My last album, for example, was a homage to my uncle who had schizophrenia.

He also says that:

My idea is to go to the Eurovision Song Contest with my own DNA. I don’t want to lie, I want to be sincere and authentic. I don’t want to create a fake character.[…] But I have been working in the studio for a while. I also want the song to be part of an album and not just a random song for the Eurovision Song Contest.

So, we can expect that Mustii will keep his artistic identity on the Eurovision stage and his song will be similar to his music style.

Belgium seeks to keep its qualification streak and respectable results. Gustaph’s unexpected success in Liverpool seems that was the motivating force that led to an as early as possible and professional selection procedure.

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Belgium: Mustii will represent the country to Malmö!

Eurovision 2024 has officially started and with 8 1/2 months to go, Belgium is the first country to announce its artist. Belgian broadcaster RTBF has confirmed that pop star Mustii will represent the nation at the Eurovision Song Contest in Sweden in Malmö 2024.

Who is Mustii?

Mustii is well-known to Belgian audiences.

Thomas Mustin, better known by his stage name Mustii, is a novelist, composer, singer, and actor. He has been in a number of stage performances, television shows, Netflix original series, and feature films like “Grave”, “Un Petit Boulot”, and “L’Echange des Princesses”.

He was cast as the infamous Patrick Dils in the 2017 French TV drama “Je Voulais Juste Rentrer Chez Moi” before taking on the role of Hamlet in 2019 under the direction of Emmanuel Dekoninck.

Mustii has achieved success as a singer in addition to acting. Mustii is known for seducing audiences with his captivating voice, which is both powerful and fragile at the same time. He has two albums to his credit, “21st Century Boy” and “It’s Happening Now”, which were commercial successes, successful tours (selling out the Ancienne Belgique on three occasions), and he won the “Revelation of the Year” trophy at the D6bels Music Awards.


He will not only represent Belgium in the Eurovision Song Contest in Sweden, but he will also return as a permanent judge on Drag Race Belgique (Season 2) and co-star with Romain Duris in Michiel Blanchart’s upcoming film “La nuit se traîne”, making 2024 his busiest year yet.

More news and details about Mustii’s song will be announced in time!

Mustii will be the successor of Gustaph, who represented Belgium in 2023 and granted a remarkable 7th place on the scoreboard with his 90’s inspired song “Because Of You

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Belgium: Present in Eurovision 2024 with an internal selection!

A while ago, RTBF, Belgium’s French-speaking public broadcaster, confirmed to ESCToday that the country will take part in the Eurovision Song Contest 2024, which will be held on Swedish ground.

The RTBF will once again organize an internal selection for Eurovision 2024 rather than a national final, unlike the Dutch-language broadcaster VRT, as it did in 2023 for the first time in years and brought Belgium back into the top 10 .The French-language broadcaster will reveal more information in due course.

After Belgium’s announcement, the number of countries that have confirmed their participation in Eurovision 2024 rises to 27:

  • 🇦🇹 Austria
  • 🇦🇿 Azerbaijan
  • 🇧🇪 Belgium
  • 🇨🇾 Cyprus
  • 🇩🇰 Denmark
  • 🇪🇪 Estonia
  • 🇫🇮 Finland
  • 🇫🇷 France
  • 🇩🇪 Germany
  • 🇮🇸 Iceland
  • 🇮🇪 Ireland
  • 🇮🇱 Israel
  • 🇮🇹 Italy
  • 🇱🇹 Lithuania
  • 🇱🇺 Luxembourg
  • 🇲🇹 Malta
  • 🇲🇩 Moldova
  • 🇳🇱 Netherlands
  • 🇳🇴 Norway
  • 🇵🇱 Poland
  • 🇵🇹 Portugal
  • 🇸🇲 San Marino
  • 🇷🇸 Serbia
  • 🇪🇸 Spain
  • 🇸🇪 Sweden
  • 🇨🇭 Switzerland
  • 🇺🇦 Ukraine

At the same time, twelve countries from last year’s event have not yet confirmed their participation, and these are: Albania, Armenia, Australia, Belgium, Croatia, Czechia, Georgia, Greece, Latvia, Romania, Slovenia, United Kingdom

Last year, Belgium was represented by Gustaph and his song “Because of You”, ending up in seventh place of the Grand Final:


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