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France | Tonight Netta Will Perform At Destination Eurovision Semi Final Two

January 19, 2019

 

Tonight, France will hold their second semi final for 'Destination Eurovision', and it has been revealed that the winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2018, Netta Barzilai will perform her song, "Toy".

 

Eurovision France announced via their twitter account that Europe's new star will perform her song after all acts have sang their entries.

 

France have opted to use the format of 'Destination Eurovision' again, after the show was a ratings hit last year, and saw "Madame Monsieur" place 13th in Lisbon.  The 2019 edition of the show will see the first two shows being broadcast live, and will see the international jury, as well as the French public decide which artists should qualify for next weeks final, which will also be live.  

 

Tonight, nine contestants will all be singing for the final four places in next weeks final.  They are:

 

  • Doutson – Sois un bon fils

  • Seemone – Tous les deux

  • The Divaz – La voix d’Aretha

  • Emmanuel Moire – La promesse

  • Tracy de Sà – Por Aqui

  • Philipelise – Madame la Paix

  • Noémie – Ma petite famille

  • Ugo – Ce qui me blesse

  • Gabriella  -On cherche encore

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

There will also be an expert panel in place to give their advice.  However they will have no outcome on the final vote.  Tonight's show will see a five panel international jury consisting of Christer Björkman (Sweden), Zoë Straub (Austria), Mikolas Josef (Czech Republic) , Natia Mshvenieradze (Georgia), and Anushik Ter-Ghukasyan (Armenia) make up 50% of the vote, whilst the public will have the other 50% .  

 

It is certainly a star studded line up.  Have you decided who you want to qualify?  Please tell us your thoughts in the comments below.

 

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