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Israel | HaKokhav HaBa L’Eurovizion: Top 20 Contestants Chosen

January 10, 2019

After 16 audition shows, this week the national selection competition 'HaKokhav HaBa L'Eurovizion' heated up in Israel as the 67 acts that successfully advanced in their auditions were made to perform once again where they will be cut down to a Top 20 ahead of the live heats. If you're still catching up on the auditions, here at Eurovoxx we narrowed all the auditions down to our personal Top 10. You can find out who made our list here

 

In this stage of the competition, each of the judging panel has a buzzer they can press to reward the performances with 20% each. The five participants with the highest percentages at the end of each show will advance. The judging panel consists of Shiri Maimon (Eurovision 2005), Harel Skaat (Eurovision 2010), singers Keren Peles, Assaf Amdursky and musical duo Static & Ben El Tavori

 

The Top 20 acts will be competing from next week in the live heats are:

 

  • Avraham de Carvalho

  • Clara Sabag

  • Daniel Barzilai

  • Daniel Mazuz

  • Ketreyah

  • Kobi Marimi

  • Liat Eliyahu

  • Lior Cohen

  • Maya Bouskilla

  • Naama Gali Cohen

  • Naor Cohen

  • Nitai Twito

  • Neve Madmon

  • Osher Biton

  • Ofri Halfon

  • Shahaf

  • Shalva Band

  • Shefita

  • Tai

  • Wanna Wanna

 

This year a change to the format of 'HaKokhav HaBa L’Eurovizion' occurred as the public will be able to vote for the Eurovision song  that will represent them at their home-hosted Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv towards the end of the competition - a change on the past two years which saw the song internally selected for the competition winner and released at a later date. 

 

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