Eurovision Song Contest executive producer Sietse Bakker denies online rumors at this time. On Twitter, it nearly hit the Eurovision community after he answered on Saturday a question if Lady Gaga would come to the Netherlands on the last day. In English: “This is not what we know.” However, fans continue to speculate and point out that if you typed the words “Lady Gaga” and “Events” into Google, you would have the date of May 22 and Ahoy Rotterdam as a result. They argue that Google is not lying.
Additionally, at least one law has yet to be announced. “This is the act that will take place after Afrojack and Glenice Grace during the Grand Final on Saturday, just before the countdown moment, after which the result and results will be announced.
“Designer Diek Pothoven answered this past week in the Eurovision podcast fever the question about his outfit for the Eurovision Song Contest he is so proud of,” says Richard van der Kroemert, Eurovision expert at De Telegraaf.
Also in 2017, when the Song Festival that annually attracts at least 200 million TV viewers in Europe and Australia was held in Kiev, it was already rumored that Lady Gaga would be a surprise. This turned out to be untrue. Back then, viewers had to settle for ONUKA, an online band from Ukraine, which turned it into a somewhat experimental scene with a bit of folklore. At the time, one of the posters caused even more excitement, showing his bare buttocks wrapped in the Australian flag.
When Lady Gaga comes to Ahoy, it’s clear that she’ll be getting songs from her new album Chromatics Will explain. Stephanie Joan Angelina Germanotta, as is the actual name of the singer, has been considered the rightful successor to Madonna for years. if The New Queen of Music Acte de attending Ahoy on May 22, literally follows in the footsteps of her great example, which, like her, also has Italian roots. Although it is hoped that she will put on a better show than Madonna in Israel in 2019 …
The singer, who recorded hit after hit in the 80’s and 90’s, sang like a raven to astonish audiences in the hall and at home. Her show was a joke, too. Commentator Jean Smit responded on the broadcast with the words “very bad” and “scandalous”. “If you get 1 million euros and show this, you don’t deserve to be on this platform.”
An NPO spokesperson does not want to comment on the rumors and agrees with the words of Setspacker: “Lady Gaga for Ahoy? This is not what we know.”