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ChatGPT creates Eurovision song for USA if they participated

David Evans
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Ever wondered what it would be like if the United States competed in the Eurovision Song Contest? Or what type of song AI would create to represent the country on the international stage? Look no further! OpenAI’s language model, ChatGPT, has put its creative algorithms to work, crafting a unique song that blends American culture with the global appeal necessary for this iconic music competition. From genre selection to lyric creation, and even choosing the artist to represent the USA, ChatGPT has it all covered.

Not only has ChatGPT presented us with a USA song, it has also ventured into the realm of predictions for the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest. Who will be taking home the coveted glass microphone this year? And where will the United Kingdom, one of the competition’s mainstays, finish in the rankings?

Will it be a year of triumph or another instance of ‘nul points’? Join us as we delve into the fascinating predictions and creative prowess of AI in the world of Eurovision.

Before we dive into the meat of ChatGPT’s predictions and hypothetical USA Eurovision song, let’s take a look at the data highlights and more information about Eurovision.

2023 Eurovision Song Contest Details

  • 📅 Date: May 13, 2023
  • ⏰ Time: 3pm (Eastern Time)
  • 🏟️ Venue: M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool, UK
  • 🎲 Eurovision Odds: SWE -225 | FIN +325 | UKR +1000 | UK +10000

ChatGPT 2023 Eurovison Song Contest Prediction Highlights

  • 🇺🇦 Ukraine wins 2023 Eurovision Song Contest
  • 🇸🇪 Favorite Sweden finishes third
  • 🇷🇸 Stage prop malfunctions during Serbia performance
  • 🇬🇧 United Kingdom finishes 20th with 75 points

What is the Eurovision Song Contest?

The Eurovision Song Contest is an annual international song competition, held primarily among the member countries of the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) since 1956, which makes it one of the longest-running television shows in the world.

Each participating country submits an original song to be performed on live television and radio. After all the songs have been performed, each country then gives a set of votes to their favorite songs. The country with the highest number of points at the end of the voting process is declared the winner.

Eurovision is known for its eclectic mix of pop, folk, dance, and occasionally novelty songs. It has launched the careers of many high-profile artists, including ABBA and Celine Dion, who both started their international careers after winning the contest.

The event is also known for its “political voting” where countries often vote for their neighbors or political allies, and its elaborate stage productions. It’s a celebration of diversity and unity through music, reaching millions of viewers worldwide every year.

Generally, the winning nation hosts the event the next year. However, given Ukraine triumphed in 2022, the UK will host the event in 2023 as the Ukraine is still in the throes of war. This year’s favorites to take the Eurovision crown are Sweden with past winner Loreen performing once again.

Hypothetical USA Song for Eurovision Song Contest

When we asked ChatGPT to produce a hypothetical Eurovision Song Contest song for the USA, we were not overly optimistic. However, we were pleasantly surprised with the result. We prompted ChatGPT by asking it what genre and which artist it would like to perform the new Eurovision hit. We then asked it for the lyrics and eventually for the title.

Below is the excellent new tune, “Unity in Diversity,” performed by Kendrick Lamar, and written by ChatGPT:

Unity in Diversity

“Alright, for this scenario, let’s go bold and choose the genre of hip-hop, a genre that originated in the United States and has a significant global influence. The chosen artist will be Kendrick Lamar, one of the most acclaimed and influential hip-hop artists of his generation.

“Here’s an example of lyrics for this hypothetical hip-hop song:

Title: Unity in Diversity

(Verse 1)
Born and bred in the City of Angels,
Got dreams bigger than the Hollywood sign,
From the East Coast to the West, we tangle,
With the rhythm of the streets, the American grind.

We’re raising our voices, making some noise,
From the heart of the city to the Illinois,
United we stand, divided we fall,
In this land of dreams, we’re standing tall.

(Verse 2)
From the concrete jungle to the Midwest plains,
We’re painting our stories, no two are the same.
From the southern sun to the northern lights,
We’re chasing the dream, America’s fight.

We’re raising our voices, making some noise,
From the heart of the city to the Illinois,
United we stand, divided we fall,
In this land of dreams, we’re standing tall.

From sea to shining sea, we rise and fall,
In this land of dreams, there’s a place for us all.

We’re raising our voices, making some noise,
From the heart of the city to the Illinois,
United we stand, divided we fall,
In this land of dreams, we’re standing tall.

“Musically, the song would be a high-energy hip-hop track, with a powerful beat and an anthemic chorus. The verses would feature Kendrick Lamar’s signature rapid-fire, thought-provoking lyrics, while the catchy, sing-along chorus would invite audience participation. The overall mood would be uplifting and motivating, reflecting the spirit of determination and unity.”

BSBC Commentary: This song would be an absolute smash at the Eurovision Song Contest. The theme of the song seems to be about the diversity and determination of the American spirit. It’s about unity despite differences, the pursuit of dreams, and the resilience required to achieve those dreams.

The lyrics seem to highlight various aspects of American life and culture, from the hustle and bustle of city life to the quiet strength of the heartland. A surefire Eurovision Song Contest winner for the USA with Kendrick Lamar taking home the Golden Microphone.

ChatGPT predicts Ukraine will win Eurovision 2023 with 650 points, UK to finish 20th

After ChatGPT wrote the US Eurovision entry, we decided to get its thoughts on this year’s event. We provided ChatGPT with the a list of past winners and scores, the odds for the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest, and the running order. We then asked it to predict the result and provide a review of the Eurovision Song Contest. Below are ChatGPT’s 2023 Eurovision Song Contest predictions:

“The 2023 Eurovision Song Contest was as much an extravagant spectacle as the fans have come to expect. From pyrotechnics to the emotional ballads, the evening was a rollercoaster of emotions, with 26 participating countries aiming to make their mark on the world’s largest music competition.

“Sweden, with Loreen’s “Tattoo”, was a firm favorite going into the competition. Loreen had previously won the competition in 2012 with the song “Euphoria” and her return was highly anticipated. Her performance did not disappoint, and the audience was treated to a visually stunning spectacle.

“However, it was Ukraine’s TVORCHI with “Heart of Steel” that surprised everyone by clinching the top spot. With a high-energy performance and captivating stage presence, they managed to beat out the stiff competition.

“Finland’s Käärijä with “Cha Cha Cha” was a crowd favorite and managed to secure the second spot. The catchy tune and energetic performance were a hit with both the audience and the judges. Sweden’s Loreen, despite being the favorite, had to settle for third place.

“The United Kingdom’s Mae Muller with “I Wrote A Song” had a relatively underwhelming night. Despite a spirited performance, the song didn’t resonate with the judges or the voting public, finishing in the 20th place.

“As for voting, it seemed clear that there was no significant voting for neighboring countries, breaking the typical pattern observed in previous years. This could be attributed to the high quality of performances across the board, which led to a more evenly distributed voting pattern.

“One of the funny incidents that occurred during the contest was when a stage prop malfunctioned during Serbia’s performance. However, the performer handled it with grace and humor, much to the amusement of the audience.”

  • Top 3:
      1. 🇺🇦 Ukraine: TVORCHI – Heart of Steel – 653 points
      2. 🇫🇮 Finland: Käärijä – Cha Cha Cha – 521 points
      3.  🇸🇪 Sweden: Loreen – Tattoo – 508 points


  • UK’s Performance
    •  🇬🇧 United Kingdom: Mae Muller – I Wrote A Song – 20th place – 75 points


  • Key moments:
    • Ukraine’s surprise victory despite not being a favorite going into the competition.
    • Loreen’s return to the Eurovision stage, eight years after her first victory.
    • The stage prop malfunction during Serbia’s performance that was handled with grace and humor.

Could Kendrick Lamar and “Unity in Diversity,” USA’s hypothetical entry, win the Eurovision Song Contest?

We decided to see if ChatGPT believed in itself. After asking it to write the song, we then asked it whether it believed the song was good enough to win the Eurovision Song Contest. It told us it could not predict the future and Eurovision was especially difficult to predict.

We didn’t like that answer, so we kept prodding. Eventually, we got ChatGPT to tell us that Kendrick Lamar did have a chance of winning Eurovision. Here is the chatbot’s eventual reply:

“Even when considering the balance of probabilities, it’s challenging to make an accurate prediction. The Eurovision Song Contest’s results are often unpredictable due to its unique blend of musical competition, cultural showcase, and geopolitical voting patterns.

However, if we were to analyze it from a purely hypothetical perspective, the proposed USA song “Unity in Diversity” could have a decent chance of doing well, depending on several factors:

  1. Quality of the Song and Performance: The lyrics and melody of “Unity in Diversity” reflect universal themes and a catchy pop structure, which could resonate with a wide range of audiences.
  2. Political Voting: Eurovision is known for its geopolitical voting patterns, with countries often voting for their neighbors or political allies. As the USA is not part of any European geopolitical bloc, this could either work against it or, conversely, it could benefit from being a neutral party.
  3. Public Appeal and Jury Appeal: The contest has both a public televote and a professional jury vote. The song could appeal to the juries due to its positive message and well-structured composition. Its universal theme could also appeal to the public.
  4. Staging and Presentation: A lot depends on the staging of the song. A compelling and memorable performance could significantly boost the chances of the song.

In conclusion, while it’s impossible to predict with certainty, given the right circumstances and a compelling performance, “Unity in Diversity” could potentially do well in the Eurovision Song Contest. But winning would require a perfect alignment of many factors, which is always a tough call in the unpredictable world of Eurovision.”

Data Summary

ChatGPT’s predictions are just a bit of fun, but according to the AI chatbot, Ukraine will run out as surprise winners of Eurovision Song Contest 2023 with 653 points, claiming back-to-back titles for the nation. It predicted that favorites, Sweden would slide down into third place, while Finland would grab the second spot.

It also doesn’t hold out much hope for the United Kingdom. ChatGPT says the UK will finish in 20th place, with just 75 points. All this after an apparent stage prop malfunction for the Serbians!

ChatGPT also wrote an hypothetical song for the USA, “Unity in Diversity.” The hip-hop song would be performed by Kendrick Lamar, and ChatGPT believes that the song would do well at Eurovision.

Will ChatGPT’s predictions come true, tune in Saturday night to find out. If it’s anything as exciting as ChatGPT predicts, it will be an epic night.

David Evans
David Evans

David Evans is an experienced sports journalist, with over 15 years in the field. His main passions include North Carolina basketball, college football, NFL, soccer, and golf. When he's not writing, David likes to hit the gym and spend time with his cat.

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