Belgian singer calls on fans to join in chorus of his Eurovision song

The Belgian entry for this year's Eurovision Song Contest wants the public to be part of his soon-to-be-released song, VRT reports. Mustii is calling for as many people as possible to record their voices as part of his performance in Sweden in May.

In a first in Eurovision history, supporters will be able to lend their voices for the recording and performance of the song. The song, which will be revealed in February, is waiting for the final touches in the form of public contributions.

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Mustii is an author, composer, singer and actor known for various roles in theatre, television and Netflix productions, including Belgian series La Trêve and the films Grave, Un Petit Boulot and L'Echange des Princesses.

To be part of the track, register and download the audio and chorus here.

The Eurovision Song Contest is organised by the European Broadcasting Union with participants representing countries from across Europe and beyond. Belgium has been part of the competition since its inception in 1956 and won it in 1986.



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