Israel’s 2023 Eurovision song entry to be called ‘Unicorn’
Israel’s entry for the upcoming 2023 Eurovision Song Contest has been selected and will be called “Unicorn,” the Kan public broadcaster announces.
The song, which will likely be revealed in full in late February, will be performed in the Liverpool contest in May by local pop star Noa Kirel, who was also involved in writing it and says she’s “moved by it everytime I sing or hear it.”
“Unicorn” was also created by Yinon Yahel, who produced recent Israeli entries “Golden Boy” and “Feker Libi”; singer and musiciam May Sfadia; and Doron Medalie, who co-wrote Netta Barzilai’s 2018 Eurovision winner “Toy.”
It was selected by Kan out of three songs Kirel and her team submitted.