At the age of 19, Bilal Hasani dominated the debates during the first French semifinalist of the Eurovision Song Contest, the big song seen by representatives from all over Europe every year. He is one of eight qualified candidates for the final on 26 January 2019 and is the favorite of the event. With a wonderful voice and a true feeling for the show, Morocco and homosexual, Bilal Hasani is a candidate who releases passions.
Bilal Hasani began his artistic and media career in 2015 during the second season of The Voice Kids, where he ranks for the Patrick Fiori singing team. Get up like a Phoenix from Conchita Wurst, the Austrian singer known for her female appearance while wearing a beard. Her originality quickly signified the public and in 2018 she was named by TETU magazine as one of the LGBT figures that move France.
The young boy is very much followed on his Youtube channel, where he again takes the songs that mark and transmit personal messages like the fact that he fell in love with a heterosexual or that he was fired from his Catholic high school because he was homosexual. Videos seen some 5 million times and talking to a young audience.
His first buzz after "Voice", Bilal Hasani owed his origin, since at first he thought he was of Algerian origin. But before the brutal reactions to social networks, he then released a video proudly claiming he was affiliated with Morocco, where his father and mother came from. Many Moroccan Internet users then expressed in their comments their pride to see this artist take on his sexual orientation.
But Bilal Hasani was also a victim of harassment on social networks and again spoke on YouTube on November 13 to defend. " People are so upset about me, just because of my existence"He then confided himself to condemning those who incite hatred for entertainment only Twitter : "M.Although I may not be the same as the one who will reveal me, we are all human. We can live together and love each other, because I do not disturb me "
His song "King", written by Madame Monsieur Couple, the duo that brings the colors of France last year to Eurovision, will try to make a crown tonight against Emanuel Moar and Chimen Badi, other great favorites.