The Eurovision NI World Cup returns for the fourth consecutive year in 2019. Group A saw Tamta, Srbuk, Jonida Maliqi, S!sters and Kate Miller Heidke do battle for Cyprus, Armenia, Albania, Germany and Australia respectively for the two spots in the next round. You’ve been voting since Sunday and now it’s time to reveal the results!
The Eurovision NI World Cup returns for the fourth consecutive year and we kick things off with Group A. Group A consists of Australia, Germany, Armenia, Albania and Cyprus. Take a look at their songs below and vote for your favourite in our poll!
Albania will be represented by Jonida Maliqi in 2019. Find out more about the singer with our 10 Things About…Jonida Maliqi!
Jonida Maliqi will represent Albania at Eurovision 2019 with the song ‘Ktheju tokes’. Here are the original Albanian lyrics and an English translation!
Albania’s selection show Festivali i Kenges concluded tonight to give us the first Eurovision song for 2019. That honour goes to Jonida Maliqi who won the three day long competition with song ‘Ktheju tokes’. She will join the other artists announced for Eurovision 2019: Tamta (Cyprus) and Srbuk (Armenia).
Albania’s selection show Festivali i Kenges began a few nights ago and we now have the line up for the final which will take place later this evening. 14 acts have made it through to the final, and there were a few upsets as one of the fan favourites Mirud did not advance to the Final.
This week will see the first of this year’s Eurovision selection shows. Albania’s Festivali i Kenges will host its semi finals on 20 and 21 December, while the final of FiK57 will take place on 22 December. Ahead of the results, we take a look at the 22 songs competing in the contest, rate them out of ten and rank them in order of worst to best. Read on to find out what we thought!
The Albanian selection show Festivali I Kenges is just two weeks away. In anticipation of this, broadcaster RTSH have revealed one minute snippets of each of the 22 competing songs in this year’s contest. Read on to hear them!
Junior Eurovision is basically Eurovision’s annoying little sister. The contest gives aspiring musicians under the age of 16 the chance to perform on one of the world’s biggest stages. This year a record twenty nations will compete in Belarus’ Minsk-Arena. The show will see the debut of Kazakhstan and Wales and is the sixteenth edition of the contest.
Albania’s selection show Festivali i Kenges is usually the first event in the Eurovision calendar and this year is no different. Earlier this week the Albanian broadcaster RTSH revealed details of the 57th edition of the contest which has chosen the country’s Eurovision artist and song since 2003.