Festival da Canção 2020 will be the 54th edition of the festival, the music competition that selects Portugal's entries for the Eurovision Song Contest. And tonight we continue the race for glory!
Tonight we will see the remaining 4 acts out of 8 who will receive their chance to represent their country at the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 in Rotterdam.
The second semi-final will take place at RTP's studios in Lisbon, and hosts for the show are José Carlos Malato and Sónia Ar
Tonight's second semi-final of Beovizija, the Serbian national selection, took place. As in the first semi final, tonight we also heard 12 competitors, 6 of whom went to the finals, including the fan favourites for the win, Hurricane, with their song "Hasta La Vista". As in semi final 1, the results were decided by 50% televote and 50% jury vote. Finalists:
1. Hurricane "Hasta la Vista"
2. Bane Mojicevic " Cvet sa Prokletija"
3. Ana Milenkovic " Tajna"
4. Lift " Samo mi k
Söngvakeppnin is song competition, organised by the Icelandic broadcaster RÚV, to find the next representative for Iceland at Eurovision.
After long journey with two semi-finals, a final and a super final, we have finally found our winner and it is Daði & Gagnamagnið with their song "Think About Things". Daði & Gagnamagnið and DIMMA both advanced to the super final, where they had the chance to perform their songs again, but it was Daði & Gagnamagnið who came out on top. 1 .
O Melodi Pentru Europa 2020 has come to an end in Moldova, and it has been decided that Natalia Gordienko will sing for Moldova at Eurovision 2020 with her song "Prison". Prison has been composed by the Dream Team Dimitris Kontopoulos and Philip Kirkorov, with the lyrics by Sharon Vaughn. Eurovision 2020 will mark the second time that Natalia will grace the Eurovision stage, as she sang "Loca" with Connect-R at Eurovision 2006 in Greece. A total of 19 songs competed in the sh
After a 16 song long final, we finally have a winner in Croatia, and it's Damir Kedžo with his song 'Divlji Vjetre'. Dora 2020 was the 21st edition of the Croatian national selection show, which determines Croatia's entry for Eurovision. It was held in Opatija and was hosted by Duško Ćurlić, Mirko Fodor, Zlata Mück Sušec and Doris Pinčić Rogoznica. The winner was decided by a mix of 50/50 televote and jury vote made up of juries from five different regions of Croatia: Čakovec
Following on from the second chance round in Melodifestivalen, Andra Chansen, we have four more acts added to the final line up. A total of 8 acts participated in tonight's show, with each of them singing against each other in four duels. At the end of the show, the running for the final, which takes place next week, was also revealed. In their respective duels, Anis Don Demina won against Ellen Benediktsson and Simon Peyron; Paul Rey won over Malou Prtyz; Felix Sandman won o
X has been chosen as the winner of Eesti Laul, the long-running Estonian national final where the winner subsequently represents Estonia at the Eurovision Song Contest. Check out our interview with Uku after he won Eesti Laul 2020: The grand final of Eesti Laul took place on Saturday 29th February at the Saku Suurhall in the country’s capital, Tallinn, which is the same venue that hosted Eurovision 2002. The winner of the national final was chosen by a mixed voting system mad
Tonight was the first semi-final of Beovizija, the Serbian national final for Eurovision. 12 competitors competed for their place in the final. With the combined votes of the audience and the jury, we got 6 finalists to compete for the win on Sunday. We had a chance to hear two fan favourites Andrija Jo and Thea Devy, as well as Serbian pop diva Neda Ukraden. Finalists:
1. Igor Simic "Ples za rastanak"
2. Andrija Jo "Oci Meduze"
3. Thea Devy "Sudnji dan"
4. Neda Ukraden "
Tonight we saw the final of Eurofest, Belarus' national final for Eurovision 2020. A total of 12 acts participated, with X coming out on top with their song X. The show was hosted by Junior Eurovision 2018 hosts Eugene Perlin and Helena Meraai, who also sang for Belarus at Junior Eurovision 2017. NАPОLI – Dоn’t let me dоwn Sasha Zaharik – Rоcky Rоad Anastasiya Malashkevich – Invisible CHАKRАS – La-ley-la Anastasiya Glamоzda – Burning again Anastasiya Razvadоvskaya – Hellо Yan
Azerbaijani broadcaster Ictimai have announced today that Samira Efendi will fly the flag for Azerbaijan at Eurovision 2020. For the fourth year running, the Azeri broadcaster opted for an internal selection. Samira beat off four other acts to win the chance to represent her country in Rotterdam. Elvin Novruzov, Jabrail Rasulov, Laman Dadasheva and Riad Abdulov were unfortunatley eliminated in the race to Rotterdam as Samira came out on top. This year marks Samira's fifth att