Bringing a side of rock into the competition is Tornike Kipiani who will represent Georgia – he recently dropped his Eurovision 2020 song “Take Me As I Am” and we feel that it is a grower of a song! He will perform the track at the Rotterdam Ahoy venue in Rotterdam, the Netherlands in May.
This song has been written by Tornike Kipani and Aleko Berdzenishvili and is set to stand out during Eurovision due to its rockier elements compared to the other entries. This artist proves to the world why he won the first season of X Factor Georgia, what with his awesome voice in this song and we’re sure his performance energy will hit us hard when we watch him perform. The lyrics paint a picture of being in love with someone who wants you to be someone else, rather than loving you back for who you are. Never be someone you’re not, there’s someone out there who will love you for you – and that is very important.
Watch The Music Video To Tornike Kipani’s Eurovision 2020 Song “Take Me As I Am” Here:
Georgia has had a string of entries, lately, that haven’t made it to the Grand Final of Eurovision. Tornike Kipiani will be hoping to change the three years of bad luck but to do so he’ll have to score enough points to make the top 10 of his Semi-Final.
The Eurovision 2020 acts that have been announced so far are Blas Cantó for Spain, Hooverphonic for Belgium, VICTORIA for Bulgaria, Sandro for Cyprus, Vincent Bueno for Austria, Arilena Ara for Albania, Tornike Kipiani for Georgia, Jeangu Macrooy for the Netherlands, Vasil for North Macedonia, Tom Leeb for France, Benny Cristo for the Czech Republic, Eden Alene for Israel, Stefania for Greece, Montaigne for Australia, Samanta Tina for Latvia, Diodato for Italy, Destiny Chukunyere for Malta, Roxen for Romania, THE ROOP for Lithuania, Ulrikke Brandstorp for Norway, Athena Manoukian for Armenia, Alicja Szemplinska for Poland, James Newman for the UK, Samira Efendi for Azerbaijan, Ana Soklic for Slovenia, Ben Dolic for Germany, Uku Suviste for Estonia, Daði og Gagnamagnið for Iceland, Natalie Gordienko for Moldova, Ben & Tan for Denmark, Roxen for Romania, Gjon’s Tears for Switzerland, Go_A for Ukraine, The Mamas for Sweden, VAL for Belarus, and Senhit for San Marino. The remaining countries have already released their acts and songs.
The 65th edition of Eurovision Song Contest will be hosted at the Rotterdam Ahoy, Rotterdam, The Netherlands after Duncan Laurence won the 2019 contest with the song “Arcade”. The two Semi-Finals will take place on 12 May 2020 and 14 May 2020, with the Grand Final taking place on 16 May 2020. A total of 41 countries will compete in the contest.