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Italy "L'amore è femmina (Out of love)"
Nina Zilli L'amore e femmina
Own Eurovision Song Contest 20 entry
Country Italy
Artist(s) Nina Zilli
Languages Italian, English
English Translation Love is female
Composer(s) Nina Zilli
Christian Rabb
Kristoffer Sjökvist
Frida Molander
Charlie Mason
Finals performance
Semi-final result 12th, 50 points
Appearance chronology
◄ Due respiri (19)   
Il mio giorno migliore (21) ►


"L'amore è femmina" (English: Love is female) is a song recorded by Italian singer-songwriter Nina Zilli for her second studio album of the same title. It was produced by Michele Canova and written by Zilli herself with American songwriter Charlie Mason and Swedish songwriters Christian Rabb, Kristoffer Sjökvist and Frida Molander. The song was selected by the Italian Broadcaster RAI to represent Italy in the Eurovision Song Contest 2012, which was held in Baku, Azerbaijan. During the contest, it was performed in English-Italian language, titled "L'amore è femmina (Out of Love)".

During the Final of the 2012 Sanremo Music Festival, Nina Zilli was announced by the ESC 2011 winners Ell & Nikki as the singer who would represent Italy at the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest. One week later, her Sanremo entry, "Per sempre", was confirmed as the song chosen to represent Italy at the Eurovision Song Contest 2012. However, on 13 March 2012, RAI and Universal Music Italy announced that the Italian entry to the Eurovision Song Contest would be the title-track of her second studio album, L'amore è femmina.

The version that represented Italy in the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 was mostly sung in English, but it kept some of its parts in Italian. It was presented on 23 March 2012, at Eurovision.tv's official website. A video of Zilli singing the song inside the studio was uploaded on their YouTube channel.

As Italy is one of the Eurovision's "Big Five", she automatically qualified for the final, where she finished in 9th place with 101 points.

Own Eurovision Song ContestEdit

The song was selected to represent Italy in the Own Eurovision Song Contest 20 held in Timsioara,Romania.

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