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Non-binary Nemo: Switzerland's representation in the Economic and Social Council should be known

Non-binary Nemo: Switzerland's representation in the Economic and Social Council should be known

Artist Nemo in “Dodo and Friends” in May 2018 in Berhubelle in Bern.

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According to information received from Blick, Nemo will represent Switzerland in this year's Eurovision Song Contest in Malmö, Sweden. SRF wants to officially announce the Swiss participation on Thursday.

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  • Nemo is supposed to participate in Switzerland's Eurovision Song Contest this year, Blick writes.
  • The Eurovision Song Contest ESC will take place from May 7 to 11 in Malmö, Sweden.
  • Swiss television SRF will officially broadcast the hopes of the Swiss Economic and Social Council on Thursday, February 29, 2024.

Nemo (24 years old) wrote: He will wave the Swiss flag in Malmo “Scenery” In Tuesday's edition.

The newspaper spoke to several independent sources from the Swiss music scene before the official announcement. This would have confirmed Nemo's involvement.

It is also “almost certain” that Nemo will sing in English in Malmö, Blick wrote. Nemo became known in Switzerland with Mundartrap. For now, the new music will only be available in English, Nemo announced last fall. Swiss German is like a book on a shelf. “Maybe I'll feel like opening it again, reading it again and continuing to write,” the musical talent told the newspaper in November.

It will be seen by Thursday at the latest whether Nemo will pick up the Swiss-German book again and whether the desire to represent Switzerland on Europe's biggest musical stage will awaken. The semi-final matches of the music competition will be held on May 7 and 9, and the final match will be held on May 11.

Remo Forer at ESC in 2023

Last year, Eastern Swiss singer Remo Forer went to the Eurovision Song Contest in Liverpool, England. With his song “Watergun” he made his way to the ESC final and only came in 20th place.

The 2023 winner was Lauren. The Swedish woman won with her song “Tato.” Lauren won the ESC race for the second time.