Australia 2019 🇦🇺 listen to Fight for love, Courtney Act’s bid for Eurovision
Fotis Konstantopoulos (Greece)
AUSTRALIA – Announced earlier this month, they join award-winning artist Kate Miller-Heidke, much-loved indie pop band Sheppard, pop-opera star Mark Vincent, modern electric-soul duo Electric Fields with three more acts still to be revealed, as well as the songs they will sing for their shot at Eurovision glory.
Boy. Girl. Artist, Advocate. Courtney Act is more than just the sum of her parts. One of the first artists to show their gender fluidity during season one of Australian Idol, Courtney showed the judges much more than her music ability. In 2014 she returned to television as one of the top 3 in Season six of the Emmy Award-winning RuPaul’s Drag Race and in 2018, she entered the UK Celebrity Big Brother house. Her iconic blend of heart and humour, brains and beauty, won the world’s heart and the competition. Courtney is the host of the first bi-sexual dating show The Bi Life airing on the E! Channel worldwide. She is a contemporary artist who embodies the zeitgeist of an era.