|Switzerland - Zibbz|
| Zibbz consisted by the siblings Corinne "Coco" Gfeller (vocals) and Stefan "Stee" Gfeller (drums, keyboard). The name "zibbz" is a modification of the English word "siblings".
Zibbz was founded in 2008, since 2011 Corinne and Stefan spend their time between Switzerland and Los Angeles. In 2011 they started their own weekly reality show on the Swiss Channel Joiz about their life in Los Angeles and their efforts to success in the music industry.
Debut album for Zibbz came in 2013 with the title Ready? Go! And three years later released their second self-produced album entitled It Takes A Village. Zibbz’s creations used in the commercials of Ragusa and Subaru. In 2012 they wrote theme of the Men's World Floorball Championships in Zürich.
Corine born in 1985, she was trained at Laine Theatre Arts in London. Coco recorded vocals for numerous artists such as Gölä, Bligg, Carlos Leal, Bastian Baker, DJ Antoine, and Bellamy Brothers. Worked on radio jingles for RTL, FFN, SAW, Radio Munot and Radio Fribourg.
Corine worked with famous artists such as Donna Summer, Prince, The Sessions Band, Thirty Seconds to Mars, LP, Marc Storace, Scott Weiland and was the leading singer for Art on Ice, Basel Tattoo (2010 & 2017), and the European leg of the We Will Rock You: 10th Anniversary Tour by Queen.
Stefan in born in 1987. He studied music in Winterthur where he completed his SMPV Diploma. He worked as a drummer and producer for several artists including Gölä and Bastian Baker. Except Zibbz, Stee is a member of the punk drum collective Street Drum Corps.
The duo took part at the National Selection of Switzerland and won with the song “Stones”, written by Corinne Gfeller, Stee Gfeller, Laurell Barker.
Switzerland will compete during the second half of the First Semi-Final at 8 May.