• Chris Hannaford

Azerbaijan | The Backing Vocalists For Chingiz Performance Have Been Revealed


We are another day closer to this years Eurovision, which has seen yet another country give further information on their performance in Tel Aviv. Today's news comes from Azerbaijan who have revealed that their singer 'Chingiz' will be joined on stage by four backing vocalists.


According to our friends at ESCKAZ, there will four vocalists joining this year's Azerbaijani entrant Chingiz. It is also set to be an all Nordic affair as all four singers herald from Scandinavia. The names of the backing singers, are as follows:


  • Cedrik Hammar- Young Swedish, singer, song writer who hearalds from Sweden

  • Patrick Jean Olsson- Singer who released the hit, "Demons" in 2016

  • Pernille Leeloo – Competed in Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2019 with “That Vibe”

  • Sara Lauinger – Backing singer and dancer for Moldova at Eurovision 2018



Check out Andy Reacts to Azerbiajan Below:


The preparations for the Azeri broadcaster are in full swing, as the first rehearsal took place in Kyiv last week that saw Alex Payani return as vocal coach for the country.


This year the country had opted to go internal once again, after the channel iTV announced that four singer were shortlisted to represent the country. They were Chingiz, Samira Efendi, Tofig Hajiyev, and Leman.


Chingiz was chosen after already becoming an established singer in his homeland, after winning Yeni Ulduz in 2007. He was only 16. He can now add the Eurovision to his long list of accolades.


It is hoped that the country will be able to reverse its fortune after failing to qualify last year. Aisel with her song, "X My Heart" failed to secure enough votes for a qualification that saw the country languish in the semi finals for the first time ever. Can Chingiz reverse this fortune?

Do you like this years song? Will Chingiz qualify? Please tell us your thoughts in the comments below


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