Slimane: discover “Mon Amour”, his song for Eurovision

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Slimane will represent France at Eurovision to be held in May 2024 in Malmö, Sweden. He will perform a new piece: “Mon Amour”. Discover this poetic title which has every chance of winning.

Saturday May 7, 1977. This is the date of France’s last victory in the Eurovision contest. A nervous Marie Myriam won against her competitors with “The Bird and the Child”. Since this consecration, French artists have not touched back on victory.

In 2023, it was the Swedish singer Loreen who won the competition, while the representative of France, La Zarra, ranked in 16th position with her title “Ovidemment”. In 2024, France intends to position itself well by sending a renowned emissary: ​​Slimane. The winner of “The Voice” will perform “Mon Amour”, a romantic song of which the artist has the secret.

A new regulation

With this title, Slimane could well honor France on May 11, in Malmö, Sweden. He will have to rub shoulders with Brussels singer Mustii, Greek Marina Satti and Silia Kapsis who represents Cyprus.

This 2024 edition will see its regulations evolve compared to other years. While the jury’s vote was taken into account during the semi-finals in previous episodes, only the votes cast by the public will be able to qualify a candidate for the final this year.


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