The Serbian public broadcaster RTS has revealed the details for their Eurovision 2020 selection show Beovizija. 24 songs have been shortlisted from the longlist of 90 and this week the competitors were announced.
Earlier this month, the Estonian broadcaster ERR released the 24 songs competing in the nation’s Eurovision selection in 2020. The semi finals will take place on 13 and 15 February and ahead of these results we take a look at all 24 contenders in Eesti Laul 2020 and rate and rank them from worst to best. Read on to find out what we thought and let us know if you agree with our judgement!
Latvia’s Eurovision selection whittled the field down from 26 to just nine for the final of Supernova on 8 February. Before they make their big decision, we take a look at the remaining nine songs and rate and rank them from our favourite to our least favourite. Read on to see our findings and leave us a comment to let us know your ranking!
This week has been a stellar week for Eurovision selection news and the reports keep coming in, this time it’s the turn of Belarus. The nation return to a selection show in 2020. The live audition stage of the show will take place on Monday 27 January and will see the 49 shortlisted artists perform for a jury who will then select up to twelve acts to compete in the Grand Final which will take place on 6 March. The overall winner will be decided by a combination of jury and televote.
The Finnish Eurovision selection UMK will return to a multi artist format for 2020. The final will take place on 7 March and will be hosted by Mikko Silvennoinen and Eurovision 2013 singer Krista Siegfrids. The show will feature six artists and today the broadcaster YLE revealed these artists and song titles.
X-Factor Malta continued with the second of its live shows this weekend. The ten remaining finalists took part in the second live show dedicated to ‘Guilty Pleasures’ and two more acts were eliminated at the end of the weekend.
Szansa na Sukces is a popular Polish TV show that originally ran from 1992 to 2012. The show returned to Polish screens in 2019 and served as a means for Poland to choose their Junior Eurovision act. The show proved hugely popular and the winner Viki Gabor went on to win Junior Eurovision 2019. You can understand why then that Polish broadcaster TVP has decided to use the format for the main Eurovision selection in 2020.
Vidbir will return as the Ukrainian Eurovision selection in 2020. Today the national broadcaster UA:PBC revealed the sixteen acts that will compete in this year’s contest.