Noemi will be replacing Irama at the first night of Sanremo 2021!

Irama was set to perform as sixth act at the first evening of Sanremo 2021 but after a member of his team has been tested positive for COVID-19 Irama can’t perform at the show tonight even though his tested and got negative results at the test. So he will be performing in the second evening of Sanremo while Noemi will be replacing him as the sixth act to perform during the first evening of Sanremo 2021. Tonight the first 13 acts are going to present their participating songs, as well as four newcomers the remaining 13 acts and four newcomers will present their songs tomorrow on the second evening of Sanremo. The running order for tonight is as follows:

  1. Arisa – Potevi fare di più
  2. Colapesce & Dimartino – Musica leggerissima
  3. Aiello – Ora
  4. Francesca Michielin & Fedez – Chiamami per nome
  5. Max Gazzè – Il farmacista
  6. Noemi – Glicine
  7. Madame – Voce
  8. Måneskin – Zitti e buoni
  9. Ghemon – Momento perfetto
  10. Coma_Cose – Fiamme negli occhi
  11. Annalisa – Dieci
  12. Francesco Renga – Quando trovo te
  13. Fasma – Parlami

The co-host of the night will be Matilda De Angelis, with special guest which include last year’s winner Diodato, as well as Loredana Bertè who will be performing her new single “Figlia di…” and also perform some of the most famous songs from her career , Alessia Bonari, the nurse who has become one of the symbols of the fight against COVID-19, Banda della Polizia di Stato with Stefano di Battista and violinist, Olga Zakharova. 

The jury which will be deciding on the results of the first evening at Sanremo 2021 has been formed by Ipsos and it consists out of music fans who will be voting from their own homes and their ranking of the thirteen acts will be revealed at the end of the night. Don’t forget to tune in to our live blog where Ervin and Nikola will take you through the show.

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