He was the 2020 winner of Georgian Idol, and as a result Tornike Kipiani will represent his nation at Eurovision 2020 in Rotterdam. Now it has been revealed that his song for Eurovision will be entitled ‘Take Me As I Am’ and today he debuted the song. Check it out!
He was the 2020 winner of Georgian Idol, and as a result Tornike Kipiani will represent his nation at Eurovision 2020 in Rotterdam. Now it has been revealed that his song for Eurovision will be entitled ‘Take Me As I Am’.
Tornike Kipiani was crowned the winner of the most recent season of Georgian Idol and will go on to represent his nation at Eurovision 2020 in Rotterdam.
Artist: Oto Nemsadze
Song: Keep On Going
Betting Odds: 251/1
Georgia will be represented by Oto Nemsadze, the winner of Georgian Idol 2019 at Eurovision this year. The singer will sing the ‘Sul tsin iare’ or as it has been revamped for Eurovision ‘Keep On Going’. Find out what we made of the song.
This year’s Eurovision Song Contest representative from Georgia is Oto Nemsadze. Find out more about the singer with our 10 Things About…Oto Nemsadze!
The Georgian TV talent search show Georgian Idol came to an end this weekend. The last episode in the run saw the four finalists Liza Kalandadze, Giorgi Pruidze, Giorgi Nakashidze and Oto Nemsadze compete in order to be crowned Georgian Idol 2019 and to represent Georgia at Eurovision 2019.
Georgian Idol 2019 continued this week with one more contestant being eliminated from the competition. The latest act to be eliminated was Dima Kobeshavidze.
Georgian Idol 2019 continued this week with two of the top 10 getting the boot in the latest episode. The show said goodbye to both Mariam Kakhelishvili and Besik Nemsadze as they move towards the final stages of the competition.
Georgia began airing the 2019 edition of Georgian Idol just after Christmas. Following the auditions round, the broadcaster GPB has revealed the names of the ten acts who have made it to the live shows round of the contest which will begin next week. The winner of the Contest will represent Georgia at Eurovision 2019.
Georgia’s Eurovision record has been far from exemplary in the past few years. Both Iriao and Tamara Gachechiladze, the country’s entries in 2018 and 2017 respectively, failed to make an indelible impression on juries and televoters Europe wide, as neither act made it to the Grand Final. Georgia seem set to turn this around in 2019 and last week laid out their plans for selecting their artist and song for the Contest: Georgian Idol.