Interval act “Rock the Roof” with six Eurovision winners for the final of Eurovision 2021!

The host broadcasters of Eurovision 2021 NPO/NOS/AVROTROS  have shared the details of the interval act for the Final of Eurovision Song Contest 2021. It will be performed from the rooftops of Rotterdam and the ones to be featured are six Eurovision winners: Lenny Kuhr (The Netherlands 1969), Teach-In with Getty Kaspers (The Netherlands 1975), Sandra Kim (Belgium 1986), Helena Paparizou (Greece 2005), Lordi (Finland 2006) and Måns Zelmerlöw (Sweden 2015). The interval act by the name “Rock the Roof” will be performed from roofs of party venue Maassilo, Hotel New York and Boijmans Van Beuningen Depot museum.  

The Eurovision Song Contest is back after a year of absence. Reason enough to treat the millions of viewers to unique performances from three locations in the middle of the city. The title of this great act is “Rock the Roof” for a reason. By literally filming at great heights, we want to surprise Europe creatively and visually. In addition, I could not have wished for a better city than Rotterdam. Every shot in this city hits the spot. Rotterdam will not soon be forgotten.
Gerben Bakker Head of Show  for

The winners of Eurovision Song Contest 1975, Dutch band Teach In will reunite in their original line-up after a long time, they won the contest in Stockholm with 152 points and became the 4th Dutch representatives to win Eurovision after that The Netherlands waited for 44 years for their next victory in 2019 with “Arcade” by Duncan Laurence. You can watch the performance of “Ding A Dong” by Teach In below

The semi-finals of Eurovision Song Contest 2021 are scheduled to take place on 18th and 20th of May while the final is set for the 22nd of May. What are your thoughts of the interval act for this years final? Which of the six former winners are you most excited to watch perform? Let us know in the comments below and at our social media links!

1 Comment
  1. Martin Buchtrup says

    Is Måns the new Christer Bjørkman or Alexander Rybak? He is everywhere, and it’s boring. Get rid of Måns in esc 2021, and find another ESC winner. It can’t be for real we have to look at the same former winners year after year.

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