The Eurovision Song Contest will have a copy in the USA, but only in 2022 and not by the end of 2021. As announced by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU), based in Geneva, on the sidelines of the Song Contest in Rotterdam, NBC TV has the rights to broadcast the first Singing competition in the USA.
It was said last summer that the American Song Contest could be on screens as early as Christmas 2021.
The song contest has had fans in the United States for several years. In 2016, Logo broadcasting cable station broadcasted the Final for the first time. American stars like Justin Timberlake (2016 in Stockholm) and Madonna (2019 in Tel Aviv) have emerged as choppy stars – “stage shows”.
In 2021, American rapper Flo Reda competed for San Marino – he, along with singer Sainhit, reached 22nd place out of 26 in the final on Sunday. Italian rock group Maneskin won the song “Zitti e Buoni” ahead of France and Switzerland.
Global versions in progress
In the American Song Contest, the 50 states, outlying regions and Washington DC have to submit a verb to the race, Eurovision.de reported. States can choose either solo artists, duets, or bands of up to six members.
The American Song Contest will be held in three rounds. The qualifying round will be followed by the semi-finals and then the Grand Final.
The Eurovision Song Contest organizers have been working on international releases for years. The Eurovision Asia Song Competition was also developed some time ago.