After a 30-year hiatus, the Grand Duchy is finally returning to the Eurovision Song Contest. This was officially announced by the government at the beginning of the year. Of course, many people are looking forward to seeing one of the countries with the most titles on the big stage, but there are also some skeptical people.
In fact, the question of whether Luxembourg will be able to host the Eurovision Song Contest in the event of another victory is the subject of lively debate. At first, it seems easy, but a closer look reveals problems that have yet to be solved.
Nevertheless, the country's decision is unchangeable and the competition committee has already published the mandatory requirements for the candidates:
We would also like to remind you that those who want to participate in the selection will have to face a strong opponent — Naomi Ayé. The young Luxembourger has already announced her intention to represent her country in Sweden. She has European fame and a strong voice.