In the wake of Netta Barzilai’s big win at Eurovision earlier this month, we are gearing up for Eurovision fever in Jerusalem, Israel. Just as it was back in 1979 and 1999, keeping up the rule that the winning country hosts the event in the following year.
And then Eurovision sent out this tweet.
Are you already looking forward to next year’s #Eurovision? Us too! But don’t go booking your flights just yet, for official updates on where and when it’ll take place, keep an eye out for announcements on our official channels.
📷: Thomas Hanses pic.twitter.com/O2sp3WOXvJ
— Eurovision Song Contest (@Eurovision) May 22, 2018
We have no idea what they mean by “where”. There’s only one major international airport they would fly to in Israel.
It should be noted that although Israel won Eurovision in 1979, they did not host it in 1980 because the Israeli Broadcasting Authority declined to host the contest for a second successive year for financial reasons.
We will definitely be watching the official channels because this needs clarification.