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Austria: Teya & Salena will sing in Liverpool

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A lot of Eurovision news comes in these days. This morning, radiostation Ö3 announced that Teya and Salena will represent Austria. The song, of which we don’t know the title yet, will be presented the 8th of March, International Women’s Day.

Both Teya and Salena have some Eurovision experience. Salena did an attempt in the internal selection in 2019 and Teya in 2020. Under the name of Thea Devy, Teya took part in the 2020 Serbian national selection with the song “Sudnji dan”.

Teya in the Serbian final in 2020.

Salena in The Voice Germany in 2017.

The announcement for the Eurovision Song Contest (in German).

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