Czech Republic won’t fly to Rotterdam, they’ll be taking a bus instead!

The Eurovision Song Contest 2021 is just around the corner and this weekend the rehearsals are starting, ahead of them we’ve got news from Czech Republic. Benny Cristovao won’t be flying to Rotterdam, instead the whole Czech team will be travelling by bus.

In an interview for ESC Arena, Benny stated that he wont be flying to Rotterdam. Taking in consideration the risks of traveling to Rotterdam at the moment, the strictness of the health and safety protocol in case of infection of someone from their team and always looking to protect and save the health of their artists and delegation members, Czech Delegation won’t be traveling to Rotterdam as early planned. Not attending the contest was never their plan, and they made the decision to travel to the contest by bus. Even though that means of transport will be taking some additional hours it is the safest choice they could make. We checked the info with Czech HoP and Ahmad Halloun confirmed the information.

Two weeks ago we informed you about the Czech commentator, spokesperson and some other details which you can check out HERE.   New music first video features Benny speaking about his Eurovision entry “omaga” check it out HERE and don’t forget to check out our public reacts video below

Benny is going to perform “omaga” as the 3rd act of the second semi-final scheduled for 20th of May. You can check out the music video for the song below

You can also vote for your favourites of Eurovision 2021 at our poll below
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  1. Alain says

    Why cant we vote for Azerbaijan?

    1. Nikola Stojanović says

      Dear Alain,
      The countries listed in the poll are the finalists of the voting we had during at ESCBubble website. Reviewers, editors and followers of the website had a chance to cast their votes and we’ve got the final lineup. Azerbaijan was not among the countries who qualified.

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