The San Marino selection process for Eurovision 2018, 1 in 360, aired the second of their pre-recorded webcasts this evening. The show saw the 11 acts competing in the selection show for Eurovision compete with their second songs. All eleven acts will compete again in the final but it was decided which of their two songs from both of the semi finals would advance for them to sing in consideration for the right to represent San Marino at Eurovision in the final.
Earlier this evening the ten acts competing to be Belarus’ entry for Eurovision 2018 took to the stage for the live final. It was to be ten but Sofi Lapina withdrew due to claims of corruption regarding Alekseev’s song being available in Russian prior to the 1 September cut off point. Only one could be named the winner and the nation opted for ‘Forever’ by Alekseev. Read on for the full results!
Slovenia’s national selection EMA 2018 gets under way tomorrow night with the first show- the semi final. Before that, we reveal the results of the poll which you have been voting in since the songs were unveiled last week.
Greece’s selection process for Eurovision 2018 can pretty much be summed up by the term ‘shit storm’. Despite many set backs and debacles ERT have today announced that it will be Gianna Terzi who will represent Greece in Lisbon with the song ‘To oniro mou’, or in English ‘That’s My Dream’.
Cesar Sampson will represent Austria at Eurovision 2018! Get to know the singer better with 10 fun facts about him, his career and his life so far!