🇦🇲 Rosa Linn to represent Armenia at the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest

🇦🇲 Rosa Linn to represent Armenia at the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest

The countries that have internally selected their entry for Turin continue to reveal their entry. AMPTV has confirmed that Rosa Linn will be the Armenian representative for 2022. Her entry will be released on 19th March. Armenia will participate in the second half of the first semi-final on May 10.

About Rosa Linn

Rosa Linn is a 21-year-old singer, songwriter and producer from Vanadzor, Armenia. She is a part of Nvak, a programme run by Tamar Kaprelian (Armenia 2015) for young musicians. Armenian head of delegation David Tserunyan describes her as “a small town girl with a big heart and her own story”. In an interview with Flaunt Magazine, she mentions having the ambition to become “Armenia’s first global music artist.”

One of her biggest hits so far has been the song “King”, a collaboration with American musician Kiira which sees Rosa sing in multiple languages!

Listen to all the released 2022 Eurovision entries

You can listen to all the released Eurovision 2022 entries on our Spotify playlist.

Armenia’s Eurovision Journey

In 2006, Armenia made their debut into the Eurovision Song Contest, where André represented the nation with his entry “Without Your Love”, which managed to place 8th overall. Since their debut, Armenia has participated 13 times; 10 of which they made the Grand Final. Their best result was both in 2008 and 2014, where they managed to place 4th with Sirusho and “Qele Qele” and Aram MP3 with “Not Alone”. Armenia was due to participate at the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest, with Athena Manoukian due to represent them with the song “Chains on You”. Unfortunately, the contest was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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News Source: AMPTV

Photo Source: Lusine Grigoryan.

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