Noa Kirel’s Eurovision entry to be created during a songwriting camp

According to Euromix and based on the info from Eran Suisa, Israel Hayom’s entertainment reporter (managers of Noa Kirel) have initiated a songwriting camp in order to create her Eurovision entry.

For the first time in Israel, a songwriting camp has been created to determine the song that will represent them at the Eurovision Song Contest 2023. It is expected that the camp will contain a number of creators who have worked with Noa in the past. The names of the writers are not official yet but some of the expected ones include: Doron Medley, Ron Beaton, Jordi, Nitzan Kaykov, Itay Shimoni, and Eytan Peled. It is believed that Noa will be also taking an active part in writing the song she will perform in the United Kingdom in May.  We don’t yet know how the final song will be chosen, whether one will be internally selected, or a few songs will be released and a choice made.

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Noa Kirel is a 21 year old Israeli singer born in Ra’anana. She released her first single “Medabrim” at the age of 13.  She has released songs both in Hebrew and English. Songs which brought her popularity in Israel include “Killer, “Trilili Tralala”  and “Million Dollar“. In the last year, she started releasing more songs in English such as “Please Don’t Suck” and “Thought About That“. She performed her song “Bad Little Thing” at last year’s Miss Universe. A week ago Noa performed in HaYarkon park for an estimate of 33.000 people. Her most recent release includes the song Panthera which you can check out below.

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