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Bernarda Bruno Hoping to Represent Switzerland at Eurovision Song Contest

BBEarlier this week we profiled Croatian singer Vlatka Burić, who is the running to represent Switzerland at this year’s Eurovision song contest in Austria. Vlatka however is not the only Croatian singer in the running…

Swiss-Croatian Bernarda Bruno is also in the race with her song ‘Please come’.

Bruno, who this August won the Grand Prix at the Dalmatian chanson festival with the song Olujna noć’, just missed out by a few votes three years ago to represent Switzerland at the Eurovision song contest.

“I am looking forward to again send my song to the competition to find Switzerland’s representative at the Eurovision song contest, where three years ago I took second place! The song I’m talking about is called ‘Please come’ and is written by Duško Rapotec Uta on my text, and arranged by Ivan Popeskić whose studio the song was recorded in. It is a sincere love song, and I hope it will reach the hearts of people! I would be happy to have support from Croatia, since you can vote for the song both in and out of Switzerland, so I want to take this opportunity to thank in advance all the good people for their possible support,” said Bernarda.

Voting is open until 17 November on the official Switzerland Eurovision website, and everyone can vote. Vote for Bernarda here.

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