Jendrik Sigwart: First live performance with an ESC song at Florian Silbereisen

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Jendrik Sigwart
First live performance with an ESC song by Florian Silbereisen

Jendrik Sigwart competes for Germany at the ESC this year.

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ESC candidate Jendrik Sigwart has not yet appeared publicly with his song for the competition. That should change now.

Hamburg's Jendrik Sigwart (26) will represent Germany in the "Eurovision Song Contest" in 2021. The public does not yet know what his song sounds like and is called. The secret will soon be revealed: The 26-year-old will celebrate his first big live performance with the song on Saturday (February 27th at 8:15 pm) with Florian Silbereisens (39, "The Album") "Schlagerchampions", like him MDR has now announced.

The Hamburger told the broadcaster that a long-cherished dream will come true by participating in the ESC. The show already fascinated him as a child and "created a great picture of Europe" for him. With his favorite instrument, the ukulele, the artist passed the time on the TikTok app in 2020 and applied as a German candidate for the ESC.

Although Sigwart's first big stage appearance with his song will take place on Saturday, the secret of the song will be revealed two days beforehand. His song for the Eurovision Song Contest celebrates its premiere on February 25th in the first day of the news, at 5:50 p.m. and 7:56 p.m.

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