Latvia’s Eurovision selection took place this evening. The nine finalists performed their songs and a combination of jury and televote decided the winner. In the end Samanta Tina was crowned the champion and she will go on to represent the nation at Eurovision 2020 with the song ‘Still Breathing’. The full results from the night are below!
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!
Latvia’s Supernova will select its winner on 8 February. 26 songs had been selected to audition for the LTV panel earlier this week. This list has been shortened to just nine who will compete in the live final.
Latvia’s Supernova will select its winner on 8 February. 26 songs have been shortlisted for the process and these were revealed by national broadcaster LTV earlier this week. Check out the competing songs below.
A roster of eight Latvian singers (Aivo Oskis, Alekss Silvers, Edgars Kreilis, Elza Rozentale, Kris and Oz, Laime Pilniga, Liga Ridere and Samanta Tina) fought it out for a place in the final of Latvia’s Eurovision selection show Supernova tonight. There was only room for four in the final. So who made it?
Fighting fire with fire? It would appear not. You may have noticed that two of the sixteen songs that have been selected for the Latvian selection show in 2019 are entitled ‘Fire’. The Double Faced Eels song will keep the title, but Edgars Kreilis has decided to change the name of his song from ‘Fire’ to ‘Cherry Absinthe’.
Latvia have finalised the sixteen songs that will compete in their Eurovision 2019 selection show Supernova when it kicks off in February. Before they decide who it is that will take the reins at Eurovision 2019, we take a look at all sixteen songs, rate them out of ten and rank them from our least favourite to our fave! Take a look to see which ones we liked best!
Latvia’s Supernova was launched to the public last week and today the broadcaster LTV has whittled the list of 33 down to just 16 songs that will compete in the semi finals in February.
Latvia’s Supernova was launched to the public earlier today when the broadcaster LTV revealed the songs that were in contention for this year’s Latvian Eurovision selection show. All in all 33 songs were invited to audition live on Thursday 22 November. The broadcaster have now published the performances of these songs both on their website and their official YouTube channel.