Hooverphonic is Belgium’s pick for Eurovision in 2020. Early this morning, the band debuted their song ‘Release Me’ on Belgian radio station MNM. Check it out!
Last month it was announced that the long running and much loved TV show Szansa na Sukces would act as the process for choosing the Polish Eurovision entry for 2020. This afternoon the third show aired and celebrated the hits of the Beatles.
Ukraine continued their Eurovision selection for 2020 this evening when they hosted the second semi final of their star studded show Vidbir. Eight acts performed in front of the judging panel which consists of Andrii Danylko (Verka Serduchka, Ukraine 2007), Tina Karol (singer, TV hostess, Ukraine 2006) and Vitalii Drozdov (director-general of Hit FM radio). The jury’s vote was added to the public vote and three of the eight acts advanced to the final on 22 February. Read on to find out who made the cut!
For the past six weeks Norway has engaged in an ambitious national final. Melodi Grand Prix came to a head tonight after five regional heats in the previous five weeks. Tonight’s final crowned Ulrikke the winner. They will represent Norway at Eurovision 2020 with the song ‘Attention’.
The second semi final of Estonia’s Eesti Laul took place earlier this evening with 12 acts competing for the six spots in the Final on 29 February. Read on to find out who made it!
For the past seven weeks 36 artists have been battling it out to represent Lithuania at Eurovision 2020. Tonight that all ended when The Roop was crowned the winner of Pabandom iš naujo 2020! They will represent the nation in Rotterdam in May with the song ‘On Fire’. Read on for the full results from the Final.
Sweden’s Eurovision selection show Melodifestivalen continued its 2020 edition with Heat 3 from Lulea’s Coop Norrbotten Arena this weekend. Seven acts performed for two spots in the Grand Final on 7 March and a further two slots in the Second Chance show on 29 February. Read on for the full results from Heat 3!
Armenia’s Eurovision 2020 journey began tonight when its selection show Depi Evratesil returned to AMPTV. 12 artists competed in tonight’s live final which was won by Athena Manoukian who will sing ‘Chains On You’ in Rotterdam in May.
2020 is the 12th year that the televised contest Eesti Laul will act as the process for choosing the Estonian artist and song for the Eurovision Song Contest. The first semi final show took place earlier this evening with 12 acts competing for the six spots in the Final which will take place on 29 February. Read on to find out who made it!