Måneskin‘s worldwide victory tour shows no signs of slowing down.
The Eurovision champions appeared on an episode of The US edition of The Voice Monday night, performing a medley of their songs “Beggin” and “MAMMAMIA”. Both songs have enjoyed robust success in The US market, with “Beggin” in particular continuing to elevate the group’s profile. The song currently sits at #16 on the Billboard Hot 100, after 21 weeks on the chart.
With NBC, the network that broadcasts The Voice in The US, also scheduled to premiere The American Song Contest in February, it’s safe to assume our favorite glam rock quartet will be making an appearance during the course of that competition as well.
This isn’t the first time Eurovision has invaded the current season of The Voice. During the knockout rounds in late October, 13-year-old contestant Hailey Mia performed a version of Duncan Laurence‘s “Arcade”.
That song, The Netherlands’ winning entry at Eurovision 2019, has also been enjoying chart success in The US this year, peaking at #30 on the Billboard Hot 100 in September. “Arcade” is the first Eurovision winning song to make the Billboard Hot 100 since Brotherhood of Man‘s “Save Your Kisses for Me” in 1976.
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