We want to thank all those who have recommended some great questions to the singers and their delegations.  We have gotten a lot of great feedback and are happy to see that there are questions for each delegation.

But we want to remind you that there is still lots of time to ask more questions.

Many countries have had only one question asked:

You can post your questions in the 2013 ESC section of our popular forum called “Questions for the artists and delegation“. You can find the link HERE.

These questions can be Eurovision related, general music questions regarding the artist, or even random questions (e.g., what three items would you take with you on a deserted island).

We will have final say about which questions get asked, but we’d appreciate it if everyone keeps their questions polite. Negative or overly critical questions (e.g. Why is your song so bad? Do you think your song is plagiarism?) will most likely not get chosen.

So what questions do you think would be the best questions to ask artists? Please share your thoughts on our popular forum. Each country will have its own thread within which you can ask your questions. Be sure to include your name and your city and country of origin.

Again the link to this section of the forum can be found HERE.

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  1. Roy van der Merwe

    April 14, 2013 at 13:44

    The kind of question I especially like is about language. I do understand English gives artists a wider reach but most of us fans started with Eurovision because of the variety of languages songs are sung in. I personally think a good option is a combination, at least do the chorus once in the native language when the rest of the song is in ENGLISH.

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