Off the back of their best ever placing at last year's contest San Marino have decided to send a duo (surpise!) comprising of teenagers (on trend). This will be the youngest duo to ever perform on the Eurovision stage but their age should not pose a hindrance to their performance. Both participants have excellent Eurovision pedigree having taken part in Junior Eurovision (for Malta and San Marino respectively) and the song 'Chain of Lights' is reminiscent of many of the entries performed at the junior version of the contest. The string driven ballad is an innocent and charming affair and one can be forgiven for thinking Michele might be a long lost Jonas Brother. San Marino will be hoping 'Chain of Lights' will emulate last year’s result and qualify to the final.
Spoiler: Watch San Marino's Semi Final 2 performance below
3 Questions with Anita and Michele
What are three interesting aspects about your entry?
It's a song of hope for the whole world. It's a duet song that fits the artists like a glove.
What are three impressive facts about you?
Anita and Michele are the youngest duet in the history of Eurovision Song Contest. They are 32 years old combined!
Both singers have been part of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest and represented San Marino in 2013 and 2014.
A young Sammarinese girl and a young Italian boy will perform a song for international understanding in this unsteady and restless time.
Why is the Eurovision Song Contest important for you?
It's a great opportunity to meet artists from all over Europe and to reach a broader audience. It's an amazing stage!