If the bid wins, it could see the first time two cities host the contest. Aurevbush and Britonisea has decided to put in a bid. Initially, it was supposed to be an alone BVC broadcast, but, BVC got BamJam TV on board, and using Fredegate’s venues, the bid is born.
In the bid, they state;
Welcome to Junteräpten, a city in Southern Britonisea and welcome to Fredegate, a city located in Aurebush, right next to Junterapten – you will find out more about the two bidding cities if you keep on reading below.
The logo was designed by Fabbio McAcupline, a known Britonish designer who has an eye for designing covers and logos especially for events like the WorldVision Song Contest. For the logo, he decided, “What is Britonisea about? What is Aurevbush about?” And he thought of the Electroball being a symbol of the two countries and the bond between Aurevbush and Britonisea. The Electroball represents us as we need to power on to become a prominent nation in both it’s region, it’s community and the multiverse. The Electroball is shown floating upon water – a substance that doesn’t quite work well when mixed with electricity… Two things you won’t put together. This symbolises the up and down results we get and in between of all of it, we get a bit of friction on the way.
The number “50” is the main thing in the logo as it celebrates how long the WorldVision Song contest is and regardless of it’s age, it’s still a source of enjoyment where people get together of all ages to be one. It’s highlighted in gold, representing the golden edition. However, one may argue it represents fortune and the wealth of this contest. “Centre Of Attraction” is our slogan for this edition’s show “Centre of Attraction” was decided to be our official slogan for the 50th WorldVision Song Contest because “Centre Of Attraction” is the name of our winning song in WorldVision 47, by Mini Surrey North.This happened in Carnise, Ekoz – another great Ultimaversian city – where she won with 139, a 17 point difference to second place – one of the largest margins we have seen in WorldVision’s modern history – something to be proud of.
Also, they announced a change of the voting segment. This has received some criticism however BVC said that you will receive a break-down version of the votes in th same time period, plus , during the votes, it will give you an inaccurate view of who the winner is – building up the tension as the high votes are added on.