Eurovision Song Contest 2020 in Rotterdam (Netherlands) will be hosted by actress and host Chantal Jansen, host, singer and twice Eurovision participant Edsilia Rombley and singer, host and commentator Jan Smith.
This was reported on the official website of Eurovision, which quotes Public Broadcasting.
As noted, the presenters will open three live broadcasts on May 12, 14 and 16, 2020, will communicate with participants in the "green room" and conduct a vote.
Chantal Jansen was born in 1979 in Tegelen, studied at the University of Art in Amsterdam, and began her television career at the public television company AVRO, where from 2008 to 2010 she participated in the Gouden Televizier-Ring Gala awards. She received the Televizier-Ster award 5 times as the best TV presenter.
Edsilia Rombley was born in Amsterdam in 1978. She won the Dutch and European versions of the Soundmixshow talent show. In 1998, she represented the Netherlands at Eurovision.
Ian Smith was born in 1985 in Volendam, released his first hit at the age of 10 years. As a singer, he is known not only in the Netherlands, but also in Belgium, Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Over the past 9 years, he has shown himself to be a professional broadcaster at Eurovision, commenting on performances with Kornald Maas.
Eurovision 2020 will be held on May 12, 14 and 16, 2020 in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. The Eurovision 2020 logo was an abstract image of the colors of the flags of 41 participating countries. The slogan is the call "open" (Open Up).
Live broadcasts of the national selection will be held on February 8, 15 (semi-finals) and February 22 (final) at the same time on STB and on the channel of the Public Broadcaster "UA: First".