The French national final “France, C’est Vous Qui Decidez” has just been completed, with the French duo Alvan & Ahez winning and taking over the country’s representation in Turin, in May.
Singing the “Fulenn“, the duo emerged as the winner of the competition and now declare their readiness to represent France in the 66th Eurovision Song Contest.
Here is their winning performance:
On a quite beautiful French night, 12 artists claimed the ticket to Turin. These were:
- Alvan & Ahez – Fulenn
- SOA – Seule
- Joanna – Navigateur
- Elliott – La tempête
- Joan – Madame
- Marius – Les chansons d’amour
- Elia – Téléphone
- Hélène in Paris – Paris mon amour
- Cyprien Zeni – Ma famille
- Julia – Chut
- Saam – Il est où ?
- Pauline Chagne – Nuit Pauline
The final consisted of two rounds. In the first round all 12 artists performed their entries claiming the public vote, which would qualify them in the second round. Those who won the favor of the public were Marius, Alvan & Ahez, Elliott, Pauline Chagne & SOA. The sixth artist to qualify, Cyprien Zeni, was selected by the jury.
In the second round, the winners performed their songs again with the final result being formed 50% by the vote of the audience and 50% by the jury, thus giving the victory to Alvan & Ahez. The duo had a last battle with Pauline Chagne who was the 2nd fans’ favorite.
The jury was consisted of :
- Gjon’s Tears
- Andre Manoukian
- Agustin Galiana
- Joyce Jonathan
- Cyril Feraud
- Elodie Gossuin
- Sundy Jules
In 2021, France was represented by Barbara Pravi and the song “Voila“, taking the 2nd place in Rotterdam!
We remind you that France is auto-qualified in the Grand Final in May 14th.
Stay tuned in EurovisionFun for all the updates regarding the french participation