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🇧🇪 It’s gonna be Mustii for Belgium

photo credits: RTBf

Mustii will sing for Belgium in the 2024 Eurovision Song Contest. Belgian broadcaster RTBF announced it today.

Mustii, with two hit albums to his name, isn’t new to the Belgian limelight.

Biography

acting

Also recognized as Thomas Mustin, Mustii is not just a singer but also an author, composer, and actor. He boasts an impressive portfolio in theatre, TV, and Netflix, with credits including the acclaimed Belgian show, La Trêve, and movies such as Grave, Un Petit Boulot, and L’Echange des Princesses.

In 2017, Mustii showcased his acting prowess, taking on a principal role alongside Mathilde Seigner in the French TV film, Je Voulais Juste Rentrer Chez Moi. He portrayed the notorious Patrick Dils, and in 2019, he was cast as Hamlet, directed by Emmanuel Dekoninck.

albums

Beyond acting, Mustii has solidified his position in the music industry. With two acclaimed albums, 21st Century Boy and It’s Happening Now, he’s achieved remarkable feats, from headlining tours (and notably selling out the Ancienne Belgique three times) to clinching the ‘Revelation of the Year’ title at the D6bels Music Awards. Mustii is celebrated for his enthralling vocal talent – a blend of strength and vulnerability.

Eurovision and more

The upcoming year promises even greater achievements for Mustii. Not only will he stand for Belgium at the Eurovision Song Contest in Sweden, but he’s also set to rejoin the panel as a regular judge for Drag Race Belgique’s second season and feature prominently in Michiel Blanchart’s forthcoming film, La nuit se traîne, alongside Romain Duris.

National selection

No song has been chosen for Mustii yet. It is likely that a song will be internally selected and published in February or March.

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