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Tracy de Sa

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Tracy de Sa

Tracy de Sá is originally from Goa in India. She was brought up in both Spain as well as Portugal before finding home and establishing herself in France in 2011. Tracy began rapping in 2013 and defines her musical as creative hip-hop.

In 2019 she was a contestant on Destination Eurovision with her trilingual song “Por Aqui”. Sadly the entry did not represent France in Eurovision as it was eliminated in the semi finals.

Following on from this, in May 19 Tracy released her debut album “Commotion” which including her Destination Eurovision entry, features five singles. Her most recent single “Rickshaw” had its music video filmed in Goa where she is originally from. In addition to her music, Tracy is an activist for equal rights and earned her master’s degree in gender studies from the University of Lyon 2.

Tracy de Sa

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Eurojury

Eurojury is the flagship broadcast of Showcase, celebrating the music of the Eurovision Song Contest with juries of up to 180 entertainment industry professionals. Rob Lilley has hosted the televised event since the fourth edition in 2016, succeeding Josh Dubovie and Linda Martin during the show's time as a radio broadcast. Eurojury is known for producing an accurate simulation of the results likely to be seen at the Eurovision Song Contest in May and is often used by bookmakers and broadcasters as a guide and prediction of the grand final result.

France at the Eurovision Song Contest

France was one of seven countries to participate in the first Eurovision Song Contest in 1956. Since then they have participated in every contest aside from 1974 and 1982. Their withdrawal in 1974 was caused by the death of President Georges Pompidou, while 1982’s withdrawal was a result of TF1 declining to enter the contest. France has won the contest on five occasions, the most recent being in 1977 when Marie Myriam performed “L’oiseau et l’enfant”. France’s best result of the 2000s came in 2001 when Natasha St-Pier finished 4th in Copenhagen, Denmark.

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