Lithuania is pinning its hopes on Eurovision glory thanks to one of their country’s most celebrated stars – singer Monica Liu.
Monica will fly to Turin, Italy, hoping to take the stage at the Grand Final on Saturday 14 May. But first he has to win over the voters in the semi-final stage of the competition.
However, Lithuanians are hoping that it will be a walk in the park for the already established star, who has also done judge spots on shows like The Masked Singer and The Voice.
Monica Liu, who was born as Monica Liubinetta in the coastal town of Klaipeda, is already a household name in her country.
Since 2004, when she was first seen in a Lithuanian talent show, Monica has been working steadily and she already has three hit albums and a lot of fans who are thrilled that she is flying the flag for them at Eurovision. Is.
The singer, who studied jazz at a university in Klaipda before moving to Boston’s Berkeley College of Music, has also recently appeared as a judge on Lithuanian versions of The Voice and The Masked Singer.
Monica’s track is called ‘Sentimentai’ – a retro-sounding pop song that was recorded in London.
Many have said that Monica’s voice is similar to that of Icelandic singer Björk, with ‘Santimentai’ only being more of a comparison.
It also marks only the second time in Lithuania’s Eurovision history that the song has no English lyrics and is sung in Lithuanian throughout.
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