Eurovision: Europe Shine a Light

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Eurovision: Europe Shine a Light
Eurovision Europe Shine a Light titlecard.png
Final16 May 2020
VenueStudio 21, Hilversum, Netherlands
Directed byMarnix Kaart
Executive supervisorJon Ola Sand
Executive producerSietse Bakker[1]
Host broadcaster
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Eurovision: Europe Shine a Light was a live television programme, organised by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and produced by the Dutch broadcasters NPO, NOS and AVROTROS. It replaced the Eurovision Song Contest 2020, which was planned to be held in Rotterdam, Netherlands, but was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[2]

The show was broadcast live from Hilversum, Netherlands on 16 May 2020 and lasted for approximately two hours.[3][4] It was hosted by Chantal Janzen, Edsilia Rombley and Jan Smit, who had been chosen to present the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 before its cancellation.[5]

In April 2021, the show was nominated for a Rockie Award in the category Comedy & Variety.[6]


As the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 could not take place due to the outbreak of COVID-19 in Europe, the EBU decided to organise Eurovision: Europe Shine a Light as an alternative programme to fill the space that was initially planned for the competition. The programme's name was inspired by the song "Love Shine a Light" by Katrina and the Waves, which won the Eurovision Song Contest 1997.

This was the fourth time that the EBU organised a special show in the Eurovision format, after the shows for the 25th, 50th and 60th anniversaries. Like the 25th and 60th anniversary shows, this was a non-competitive show.


Chantal Janzen, Jan Smit and Edsilia Rombley, the presenters of the programme

During the programme, all 41 songs that had been chosen to take part in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 were honoured in a non-competitive format. Participants from the past were invited to make an appearance. Johnny Logan, the hosts and Eurovision fans who uploaded clips for the occasion sang Logan's "What's Another Year", which won the Eurovision Song Contest 1980 in The Hague.[7] Closing the show, all artists (except Hooverphonic, representing Belgium) performed "Love Shine a Light" from their respective home countries.[8][9] The show ends with the announcement that Rotterdam would remain as the host city of the Eurovision Song Contest 2021.[10]


On 1 April 2020, Hilversum was confirmed as the host city for the event, with Studio 21 in the Hilversum Media Park as the venue of the show.[3] It was the second time Hilversum hosted a Eurovision event, having previously hosted the Eurovision Song Contest 1958.[11]


The show was hosted by three presenters: actress and television host Chantal Janzen, singer and commentator for the contest Jan Smit, and singer Edsilia Rombley, who represented the Netherlands in the 1998 and 2007 contests. They would have been the three hosts of the Eurovision Song Contest 2020. Beauty vlogger Nikkie de Jager, also known as NikkieTutorials, presented the show's online content.[4] All four went on to host the full contest in 2021.[12]



The show featured performances from the following Eurovision artists:[13]

Order Country Artist Song Language(s) Location
01  Ireland Johnny Logan "What's Another Year" English Dublin
 Netherlands Chantal Janzen, Edsilia Rombley and Jan Smit Studio 21, Hilversum
Various countries Eurovision Song Contest fans Various locations
02  Sweden Måns Zelmerlöw "Heroes" English London
03  Israel Gali Atari (of Milk and Honey) "Hallelujah" Hebrew, English, Dutch Jerusalem
 Netherlands Finalists of Junior Songfestival 2018 and 2019[a] Unknown
04  Italy Diodato "Nel blu, dipinto di blu" Italian Milan
05  Serbia Marija Šerifović "Molitva" Serbian Belgrade
06  Netherlands Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra "Love Shine a Light" None (instrumental) Various locations (Europe Shine a Landmark)
07  Germany Michael Schulte "Ein bißchen Frieden" German Peace Palace, The Hague
 Netherlands Ilse DeLange (of The Common Linnets)
08  Israel Netta "Cuckoo" English Tel Aviv
09  Netherlands Duncan Laurence "Someone Else" English Studio 21, Hilversum
10 All participating countries[b] Artists of Eurovision 2020 "Love Shine a Light" English Various locations
 United Kingdom Katrina Leskanich (of Katrina and the Waves)

Song Celebration[edit]

The show also showcased the artists and songs that would have competed at the Eurovision Song Contest 2020, by showing short excerpts of the songs' music videos or stage performances, along with video messages from the artists themselves. These were as follows:

Order Country Artist Song Language(s)
First segment
01  Israel Eden Alene "Feker libi" (ፍቅር ልቤ) English, Amharic[c]
02  Norway Ulrikke "Attention" English
03  Russia Little Big "Uno" English, Spanish
04  Georgia Tornike Kipiani "Take Me as I Am" English[d]
05  France Tom Leeb "Mon alliée (The Best in Me)" French, English
06  Azerbaijan Efendi "Cleopatra" English[e]
07  Portugal Elisa "Medo de sentir" Portuguese
08  Lithuania The Roop "On Fire" English
09  Sweden The Mamas "Move" English
Second segment
10  Latvia Samanta Tīna "Still Breathing" English
11  Belgium Hooverphonic "Release Me" English
12  United Kingdom James Newman "My Last Breath" English
13  Belarus VAL "Da vidna" (Да відна) Belarusian
14  Finland Aksel "Looking Back" English
15  North Macedonia Vasil "You" English
16  Switzerland Gjon's Tears "Répondez-moi" French
17  Serbia Hurricane "Hasta la vista" Serbian[f]
Third segment
18  Spain Blas Cantó "Universo" Spanish
19  Albania Arilena Ara "Fall from the Sky" English
20  Ireland Lesley Roy "Story of My Life" English
21  Slovenia Ana Soklič "Voda" Slovene
22  Austria Vincent Bueno "Alive" English
23  Bulgaria Victoria "Tears Getting Sober" English
24  San Marino Senhit "Freaky!" English
25  Iceland Daði og Gagnamagnið "Think About Things" English
Fourth segment
26  Greece Stefania "Supergirl" English
27  Czech Republic Benny Cristo "Kemama" English
28  Poland Alicja "Empires" English
29  Moldova Natalia Gordienko "Prison" English
30  Cyprus Sandro "Running" English
31  Romania Roxen "Alcohol You" English
32  Croatia Damir Kedžo "Divlji vjetre" Croatian
33  Germany Ben Dolic "Violent Thing" English
Fifth segment
34  Malta Destiny "All of My Love" English
35  Estonia Uku Suviste "What Love Is" English
36  Australia Montaigne "Don't Break Me" English
37  Ukraine Go_A "Solovey" (Соловей) Ukrainian
38  Denmark Ben & Tan "Yes" English
39  Italy Diodato "Fai rumore" Italian
40  Armenia Athena Manoukian "Chains on You" English
41  Netherlands Jeangu Macrooy "Grow" English



Various landmarks in countries that were set to compete were illuminated as part of a segment of the show named Europe Shine a Landmark.[14] The following landmarks were featured in the programme:

Order Country Landmark City
01  Ukraine Kyiv TV Center [uk] Kyiv
02  Greece Acropolis Athens
03  Bulgaria Ivan Vazov National Theatre Sofia
04  Ireland Rock of Cashel Cashel
05  Denmark The Little Mermaid Copenhagen
06  Portugal Belém Tower Lisbon
07  North Macedonia Archaeological Museum of North Macedonia Skopje
08  Azerbaijan Baku Crystal Hall (venue of the 2012 contest) Baku
09  Australia Sydney Opera House Sydney
10  Lithuania Lithuanian National Opera and Ballet Theatre Vilnius
11  Iceland Harpa Reykjavík
12  Italy Piazza del Campidoglio Rome
13  Belgium Atomium Brussels
14  Norway Oslo Opera House Oslo
15  Albania Skanderbeg Monument Tirana
16  Malta Esplora Interactive Science Centre Kalkara
17  Serbia Stari dvor Belgrade
18  Latvia National Library of Latvia Riga
19  United Kingdom London Eye London
20  Cyprus Presidential Palace Nicosia
21  Spain Teatro Real (venue of the 1969 contest) Madrid
22  Croatia Croatian National Theatre Zagreb
23  Austria Wiener Riesenrad Vienna
24  San Marino Statua della Libertà and Palazzo Pubblico San Marino
25  France Eiffel Tower Paris
26  Russia Spasskaya Tower and Saint Basil's Cathedral Moscow
27  Sweden Globen (venue of the 2000 and 2016 contest) Stockholm
28  Poland Royal Castle in Warsaw Warsaw
29  Slovenia Ljubljana Castle Ljubljana
30  Israel Tower of David Jerusalem
31  Switzerland Matterhorn Zermatt
32  Romania Piața Unirii Bucharest
33  Armenia Yerevan TV Tower Yerevan
34  Germany Elbphilharmonie Hamburg
35  Belarus National Library of Belarus Minsk
36  Estonia Tallinn Song Festival Grounds Tallinn
37  Georgia Bridge of Peace Tbilisi
38  Netherlands Erasmusbrug Rotterdam

Czech Republic, Finland and Moldova were the only countries that did not have a landmark featured.

Broadcasters and commentators[edit]

The show took place on 16 May 2020 at 21:00 CEST.[4] The following countries broadcast the live show:

Country Broadcaster Channel(s) Commentator(s) Ref.
 Albania RTSH RTSH 1, RTSH Muzikë Andri Xhahu [15][16]
 Armenia AMPTV (1TV) David Tserunyan and Emma Hakobyan [16][17]
 Australia[g] SBS SBS Joel Creasey and Myf Warhurst [16]
 Austria ORF ORF 1 Andi Knoll
 Azerbaijan İctimai Television (İTV) Murad Arif [17]
 Belarus BTRC Belarus 1, Belarus 24 Evgeny Perlin [18]
 Belgium RTBF La Une French: Jean-Louis Lahaye and Maureen Louys [19]
VRT Eén Dutch: Peter Van de Veire [20]
 Bulgaria BNT BNT 1, BNT 4 Elena Rosberg and Petko Kralev [16]
 Croatia HRT HRT 1 Duško Čurlić
 Cyprus CyBC RIK 1, RIK Sat Andreas Iakovidis [21]
 Czech Republic ČT ČT art Jan Maxián [22][23]
 Denmark DR DR1 Ole Tøpholm [24]
 Estonia[h] ERR ETV Estonian: Marko Reikop [26][25]
ETV+ Russian: Yuliya Kalenda and Aleksandr Khobotov
 Finland Yle Yle TV2 Finnish: Mikko Silvennoinen and Krista Siegfrids
Swedish: Eva Frantz and Johan Lindroos
 France France Télévisions France 2 Stéphane Bern [28][29]
 Georgia GPB 1TV Demetre Ergemlidze [30]
 Germany[i] ARD/NDR Das Erste Michael Schulte and Peter Urban [31][32]
 Greece ERT ERT1 Maria Kozakou [33][34]
 Iceland RÚV RÚV 1 Felix Bergsson [17]
 Ireland RTÉ RTÉ One Marty Whelan
 Israel IPBC (Kan) Kan 11 No commentary [35]
 Italy[j] RAI Rai 1 (adapted and delayed) Flavio Insinna and Federico Russo [37][38]
Rai 4, Rai Radio 2 (live) Gino Castaldo and Ema Stokholma
 Latvia LTV LTV1 Toms Grēviņš [39]
 Lithuania LRT LRT televizija Ramūnas Zilnys [40]
 Malta PBS TVM No commentary [17]
 Moldova TRM Moldova 1 Daniela Crudu
 Netherlands AVROTROS NPO 1 Cornald Maas [41]
 North Macedonia MRT MRT 1 Aleksandra Jovanovska [42]
 Norway NRK NRK1 No commentary [16]
 Poland[k] TVP TVP1, TVP Polonia Artur Orzech [43][44]
 Portugal RTP RTP1, RTP Internacional Nuno Galopim [45]
 Romania TVR TVR1, TVRi Bogdan Stănescu [46]
 Russia Channel One (C1R) Yuriy Aksyuta and Yana Churikova [17][47]
 San Marino[l] SMRTV San Marino RTV Flavio Insinna and Federico Russo [49]
 Serbia RTS RTS1, RTS Svet Duška Vučinić [50]
 Slovenia RTVSLO TV Slovenija 1 Andrej Hofer [51]
 Spain[m] RTVE La 1, TVE Internacional Tony Aguilar, Eva Mora and Víctor Escudero [53][54]
 Sweden SVT SVT1 No commentary [55]
 Switzerland SRG SSR RSI La 2 Italian: Clarissa Tami and Sebalter [56][57]
RTS 1 French: Yoann Provenzano and Jean-Marc Richard
SRF 1 German: Sven Epiney [58]
 Ukraine STB Timur Miroshnychenko [59]
UA:PBC UA:First [60][61]
UA:Radio Promin Oleksandra Franko and Les Myrnyi [62][63]
 United Kingdom BBC BBC One Graham Norton [64]
Non-participating countries
 Bosnia and Herzegovina BHRT BHT 1 Maja Miralem [17]
 Kazakhstan Khabar Agency Khabar TV Nursultan Qurman and Mahabbat Esen
 Kosovo RTK RTK 1 Unknown
 Montenegro RTCG RTCG 1, Radio 98

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Mannes Bakker, 6Times, Remix, Max & Anne, Moves, Kiya van Rossum, Matheu Hinzen and Anna Grigorian.
  2. ^ Except Belgium.
  3. ^ Contains phrases in Hebrew and Arabic.
  4. ^ Contains phrases in Italian, Spanish, German and French.
  5. ^ Contains the Japanese mantra "Namu Myōhō Renge Kyō".
  6. ^ Contains one repeated phrase in Spanish and two words in English.
  7. ^ The show was broadcast on a deferred basis, on 17 May 2020 at 20:30 AEST.
  8. ^ In Estonia, the programme was broadcast under the name Eurovisioon 2020. Särav muusika! ("Eurovision 2020. Brilliant music!").[25]
  9. ^ In Germany, the programme was broadcast with a one-hour delay, starting at 22:00 CEST, due to an overlap with the broadcast of Eurovision 2020 – das deutsche Finale.[16]
  10. ^ In Italy, the programme was broadcast under the name Europe Shine a Light – Accendiamo la musica ("Let's turn the music on").[36]
  11. ^ In Poland, the programme was broadcast under the name Światło dla Europy ("A light for Europe").[43]
  12. ^ In San Marino, the broadcaster simulcast Rai 1's coverage of the programme.[48]
  13. ^ In Spain, the programme was broadcast under the name Europa enciende una luz ("Europe shine a light").[52]


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