France selects Muslim singer Slimane Nebchi for Eurovision 2024

2023-11-17 16:28:29 | Last Update : 2023-11-17 16:52:54

With a touch of charm, Muslim singer Slimane Nebchi joyfully reveals that he will represent France at Eurovision 2024, bringing captivating song ‘Mon Amour’ to the stage

France selects Muslim singer Slimane Nebchi for Eurovision 2024
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It has been announced that Slimane Nebchi, a Muslim singer of Algerian origin, will be representing France at this year's Eurovision Song Contest in Sweden.

Eurovision's social media account confirmed this, stating that Slimane Nebchi will present the song "Mon Amour" at Eurovision 2024.

Sharing the exciting news with his fans on social media, Slimane expressed, "For my family, my daughter, France, and you."

Reflecting on France's Eurovision history, the country boasts five victories in 1977, 1969, 1962, 1960, and 1958. However, their last triumph was in 1977, 46 years ago. France's lowest point came in 2014, with a last-place finish in the Grand Final.

France won first place at Eurovision in 1958, 1960, 1962, 1969, and 1977, but finished last in 2014, the worst result in Eurovision history.

Source: Newsroom


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