- Adab – Kinan al-Salaman
- Alinghi Federal-Democratic Republic – “I’m Only A Werewolf” by Al-Nusra Albanajeed Safir
- Aurevbush – ” I Made U Love” by Haileron x Aiden Laster
- BloodBath Generation – “Stand” by FLY
- Britonisea – “Overtaking Me” by Tess Phillipa
-Estogium – “Unconquered” by Agosté Rieno
- Darkmania – “Standing Still” by Clare Däfen
- Ekoz – by Viktor Antonsson
-Electrum Diplomatic Offices – Gertrude Pullman
- Elejamie – “Come on, it’s me” by Monochrome Haze
- Hirvania – “Rane Frishno (You are capable)” by MC Raka
- Izmedu – “Hope” by Marija Jurisic
- Kannap Jasmina Brighton
- Kishrael – ” – 1,2,3 – Stop” by Luna Shaldit
- Kwadai – “Every Time” by Mansour Hussayn
- Mercedini – NATIONAL FINAL
-Cosneolta – “Are you ready for WorldVision?” by Danny DingDong
- Mister X
- Normandy & Picardy – “Dawn” by Sophie Belevre
-TEM Muntferon- by NOTNASA
- Oqmet – “Avbi Nïkči (Empty Nights)” by Tajad Vëžik
- Parah “Please (On my Language)” by Erik Messi
- Polkopia – NATIONAL FINAL
- South Bourbonstan
- Talvezout – “Prayer” by Lorenzo
- The Sarian
- Todlichebujoku – Meike Krause
- West Phoenicia “Segregation: (Give me a reason to love you)” by Aquarius
The World is living a celebration! The city of Kasin is hoping to host the 50th WorldVision Song Contest. Kalosia has recently hosted the 26th World Hit Festival and last hosted the WorldVision Song Contest 7 editions ago.
The Impressive bid had highly produced video presentations which aren’t featured in other bids.
There has also been a new addition to the WorldVision aura, the WorldVillage…
Can their hardship and work pay off?
Despite the failed WorldVision 49 bid, they decided to come back again and bid to host for the WV50. This will mark 14 editions since Todlichebujoku last hosted…Back in Muliphu!
Auszer, or Äußerstenkeiken (The official name), is hosting to bid to host the 50th WorldVision Song Contest. In their bid, they have stated the great wonders of not only the city but the country as a whole.
A person’s got to eat, right? Äuszer has restaurants with cuisines from a great number of different countries and cultures, but its native food is spectacular in its own right. The region’s famed honey-glazed pine-smoked chicken is served in every town in the region, with various twists on the same recipe. Downtown’s gourmet S E A restaurant infuses lemon thyme and ginger into theirs. Viljelkáá Ásken, a more traditional “farm-style” restaurant, serves theirs with caramelized wild onion and meadow mint.
Another Äuszer specialty is tea. Tea plants have been cultivated on foothills throughout the east coast for centuries, and thus a wide spectrum of teas have been developed and refined. Varieties and infusions are available for all sorts of uses, from invigoration and relaxation to medicine and sexual potency.
And of course, there’s dessert. Hedelmát jáátikkó, a shaved ice and fruit juice confection, is usually served with juice from the east coast’s unique cool-summer sweet oranges in the late afternoon, after a long hike or long stretch of hard work. However it is an adaptable dish, and is now often served late at night as well, sometimes mixed with liquor or a cocktail instead of just fruit juice. For a classically Tödlichebujoki/Äuszer fusion, try it with Seltsamebochi vodka and the cool-summer orange juice.
Yes! We have to eat, and the food stated here is brilliant! Will Todlichebujoku rise to victory and host the contest?
The impress graphics come from the Kwadai WorldVision Delegation who plead to us that Yafran is the best place to go – since most of the other bidders have previously hosted the contest.
* Yafran is a new vibrant city built almost entirely in the modern era with all necessary infrastructure and accommodation.
* Despite this, the vast majority of architecture in the city has influence from the nation’s Middle Eastern cultures with even the most modern of buildings drawing inspiration from symbols of Arabian tradition.
* Yafran like the rest of the country is very multicultural and diverse with people of many different nationalities and religions living and working peacefully together, not unlike WorldVision – a gathering of people from across the globe.
* Day or night there is always something to do no matter your interests, from adventure and sports to nature, fine dining or shopping, there is something in Yafran for everyone.
* Just like the city itself, the venue for WorldVision is central, new and extremely promising equipped with all modern technology that is a requisite for hosting.
* Yafran is well capable of hosting the contest due to its expansive and up to date infrastructure, large number of accommodation options and its district dedicated to hosting such events.
* Most of all, Kwadai has never actually hosted WorldVision despite many high results in the contest, (most recently placing 3rd in WorldVision 49) therefore having Kwadai as a host would be a refreshing new change for the event and a chance to enjoy a new inspiring country.
Yafran sounds like a brilliant place to go for the WorldVision Song Contest, but will the other delegations agree?
In an unexpected turn on events, Cheongji has decided to bid to host the WorldVision Song Contest – and what a decision it was to make! The bid started off with Cheongji’s previous participation’s reception before getting on with the nitty-gritty of the contest.
Empire of Cheongji is proud to bid their most prestigious city to celebrate the half-a-century 50th WorldVision Song Contest in Ansan, our capital city, where many nations from different multiverses perform their native songs to showcase, not just their famous singers, but also their cultures. Our Worldvision motto is ”Ride The Wave”, encouraging all participating nations to enjoy the refreshing celebration of multicultural music, as if they are riding on a wave. If our nation gains the opportunity to host the most popular singing contest in the multiverse, broadcasts will be made in all of our TV stations(NATV, SATV, WATV), during the prime-time schedule of 6:25 P.M. Sunday, North Pacific Central Time -4.
They also stated different attractions you can enjoy in Ansan and how to spend your time in the city.
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.
Scorilo, a city in Polkopia has decided to bid for the rights to host the 50th WorldVision Song Contest.
In the bid, this is what they released;
With the 50th Anniversary of the Worldvision Song Contest approaching, the Polkopian National Broadcaster has decided to submit a formal bid to host the event, after narrowly losing out to Prescott, Electrum the previous edition. The PNB kicked off its search for the Worldvision 50 host city during the previous contest, and it was revealed that Peeto, Valinkova, Restnov, Dovgorodia, Galevo, and Scorilo have all submitted bids to host the contest. After taking proper accommodation and venues into account, it was revealed that Valinkova and Dovgorodia had to withdraw their bids for varying reasons, leaving the other four to ‘battle’ it out in the race to become Polkopia’s candidate city. While Peeto and Restnov have the experience with hosting Worldvision, it was Scorilo who won the bid, and will become Polkopia’s official candidate city to host the 50th anniversary of the Worldvision Song Contest.
Polkopia has hosted in WorldVision 25 (exactly 25 editions ago), WorldVision 30 and 38. Maybe the itch of Ekoz catching up to them is urging them to host!
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