Marius Bear Supports Gay Rights

Bear has taken his stand for the gay right with his songs reaching all the audiences out there.

Marius Bear, a rising pop star, makes daring moves with each new album.

The emotional 'Come What May' displayed another side of his talent, while the breakout ballad 'My Crown' quickly became a fan favorite.

Marius previewed the release of his new track 'Not Loud Enough' with a sold-out event at London's Waiting Room.

From his Instagram posts, Bear is now practicing hard for his debut performance in Eurovision.

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Marius Bear Eurovision 2022 Switzerland Representative

Marius Bear will compete in the Eurovision Song Contest in Turin in 2022. The Appenzell Innerrhoden artist is competing with the ballad "Boys Do Cry."

"Being able to show sentiments" is the theme of his song. Marius Baer sees that as a wonderful strength rather than a drawback.

Together with songwriter Martin Gallop, the 28-year-old composed and produced the song "Boys Do Cry."

As he previously confessed to a daily newspaper, he writes roughly 100 songs every year.

According to SRF, the selection was decided by a 100-member viewer panel and a 20-member international expert jury.

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Marius Bear Wikipedia Explored

As of 2022, the singer has his profile uploaded to the official website of Wikipedia.

Marius Bear used to perform as a street musician in Switzerland and Germany.

Later in London, the trained construction machine mechanic studied music creation.

The musician's debut album, "Not Loud Enough," was posted in 2019. He was voted "Best Talent 2019" at the Swiss Music Awards.

Marius Bear is overjoyed with his ESC nomination, which came after a lengthy wait on Tuesday: "I'm game! In Turin, I feel pleased to represent Switzerland."