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Israel | Lior Suchard To Perform During The Eurovision Final

March 2, 2019

 

It has been confirmed that Israeli world famous mentalist Lior Suchard will be a special guest at this years Eurovision Song Contest Final in Tel Aviv.  The news was confirmed by the official Eurovision Twitter page yesterday.

 

He is world famous, and has performed for many years all over the world, and has done mind reading tricks on many celebrities including Taylor Lautner, and Kim Kardashian.

 

 

                                                       News confirmed yesterday on Twitter

 

 

He has always had the aptitude for tricks, and puzzles, and despite being a shy child has managed to make a very successful career for himself.  He was more famous locally after his stint in the army, that saw him appear on many TV shows.  However, it was thanks to his participation on Uri Geller's, "The Successor"  show that saw him beat eight other contestants, that really saw his international profile really blossom.  This has seen him appear on the, "American Late Night Show" and "The Tonight Show".

 

Over the previous years some countries such as Sweden have used big artists such as Justin Timberlake to perform during the grand final interval.  It seems that having a celebrity being part of the show is now a trend at the contest.

 

Have you heard of Lior Suchard?  Do you like the idea of him performing in Tel Aviv?  Please tell us your thoughts in the comments below? 

 

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