After the Netherlands, the public broadcaster of Czech Republic, gave out the news of them not giving permission to EBU to publish the live-on-tape video of their representatives for Eurovision 2022.
The news were confirmed by the head of press of the Czech delegation through a tweet. Czech Republic was represented by We Are Domi and the song “Lights Off”. The group finished fourth in the second semi-final, but ended up 22nd in the Grand Final with 38 points.
From June 14 to June 23, the live-on-tape videos for Eurovision 2022 will be published in the official YouTube channel of Eurovision. Those performances were recorded prior to the contest and they would have been used in case the delegation was unable to travel to Turin due to COVID-19 restrictions or if a member of the delegation was diagnosed with COVID while in Turin and couldn’t perform in the live shows.
You can watch the first six live-on-tape videos in our articles:
About 30 live-on-tapes will be published, knowing that Ukraine was excluded from the need of recording one due to the war, but also the Nethebrlands and the Czech Republic decided not to broadcast their videos, seven more countries have not given their permission to publish the videos in question.
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