🇸🇮 Joker Out to compete with “Carpe Diem” at Eurovision 2023

🇸🇮 Joker Out to compete with “Carpe Diem” at Eurovision 2023

With less than a week to go until Joker Out present their entry which will represent Slovenia in Liverpool, it has been revealed that the band will be competing with “Carpe Diem” for Slovenia at Eurovision 2023.

Title of entry revealed at recording of Misija Liverpool

Yesterday (January 28), the recording for the reveal of Joker Out’s entry took place in Slovenia, with the audience in the TV studio being one of the first ones to hear the track.

Misija Liverpool will be hosted by Miša Molk, a journalist and presenter whose connections to Eurovision span back to the days of Yugoslavia’s participation! She has provided commentary on the contest, presented votes and is a member of the EBU’s reference group.

Other performers on Misija Liverpool will include:

  • Amaya (Slovenia, 2011)
  • LPS (Slovenia, 2022)
  • Nuša Derenda (Slovenia, 2001)
  • Tomaž Mihelič (Slovenia, 2002)
  • Konstrakta (Serbia, 2022)

Misija Liverpool will air at 20.00 CET on 4th February

Slovenia’s Eurovision journey

In 1993, Slovenia made its debut in the Eurovision Song Contest. Their first artist was 1X Band with the song “Tih deževen dan”, which placed 22nd. Since their debut, they have participated 26 times (15 of which, where they qualified for the Grand Final.)

Slovenia’s recent Eurovision participation, saw them being represented by LPS. The band represented Slovenia with the song “Disko”. At the close of voting, LPS placed 18th in the first semi-final; receiving 15 points from the jury and televoters, finishing last in the semi-final.

What do you make of the selection of Joker Out for Eurovision 2023? Do you think Slovenia could qualify for the final with their style of music? Are you already a fan? As always, let us know what you think by commenting below. Also, be sure to follow “That Eurovision Site” on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Tiktok as we look ahead to Eurovision 2023!

News Source: RTV SLO

Photo Credit: RTV Slovenija/Katja Kodba

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