July 21, 2024

Taylor Daily Press

Complete News World

K-pop artist Alexa wins first American song contest

K-pop artist Alexa wins first American song contest

The original Eurovision song contest starts tonight, but the first edition of the American Song Contest last night also had its condemnation: K-pop singer Alexa won for the state of Oklahoma.

Over the past seven weeks, artists from 50 U.S. states, five foreign regions and the capital, Washington DC, have competed against each other. You can follow this on the business channel NBC And hosted by rapper Snoop Dogg and singer Kelly Clarkson. With the exciting song ‘Wonderland’, 25-year-old K-pop singer Alexa can call herself the first winner of the American Song Contest.

The Americans won the mustard at the Eurovision Song Contest in Turin for the 66th time this week. NBC Acquired the rights from the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and was allowed to organize its own version of the song contest. There are plans for an own version of the 2023 song contest in Canada called Eurovision Canada.

This is significant because the Eurovision Song Contest overseas has long been viewed as a strange interest. However, the popularity of the song competition has increased in recent years. Netflix movie Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of the Fire Saga Became a cult hit in the United States as well. Duncan Lawrence’s winning song ‘Arcade’ for the Netherlands in 2019, It also hit the Billboard Hot 100 in the United StatesThanks to Tic Tac Toe.

The original Eurovision song contest starts tonight. The top favorite Ukrainian and Dutch singer S10 will perform in the first semi-final. On Thursday, Jérémie Makiese will represent our country in the second semi-final. The final will take place on Saturday, May 14th, and we know who will be the winner after Meneskin.

See also  Cream of the crop in anti-aircraft defense, Biden presents Zelensky with "patriots"

DS Video – Yellow Wolves and Meneskin’s Worst Copy: You Must Watch These Countries During the Eurovision Song Contest.

Video: Standard