The Eurovision NI Awards are back for a fifth consecutive year in 2020. Initial details were unveiled a few weeks ago, announcing that the Awards will take place through Zoom on Saturday 3 October 2020 from 8pm. Tickets are free and you can register to attend on our Eventbrite page.
Today we reveal the nominees. Read on to find out who has been nominated in our eleven ‘Best’ categories and our five ‘Worst’ Categories. As always you can have your say with the People’s Choice Award and we can confirm that our special award: The Rising Phoenix Award for Outstanding Contribution to Eurovision goes to Jon Ola Sand in 2020.
Destiny Chukunyere is Malta’s pick for Eurovision in 2020. Her song is called ‘All of My Love’ check out the lyrics below.
Get to know the Eurovision 2020 Maltese artist better with our 10 Things About…Destiny Chukunyere!
Last month Destiny Chukunyere won X-Factor Malta and as a result she will compete for the nation at Eurovision 2020. However it wasn’t until today that she unveiled her song ‘All My Love’ for Eurovision. Check it out below!
Tonight saw X-Factor Malta 2020 come to its conclusion when it crowned Destiny Chukunyere as its winner. They will go on to represent the island nation at Eurovision 2020 in Rotterdam. The song she will sing will be announced in due course.
X-Factor Malta continued with the fourth of its live shows this weekend. The six remaining finalists took part in the fourth live show. Two more acts were eliminated at the end of the weekend which had the theme of Big Band and Jukebox.
X-Factor Malta continued with the third of its live shows this weekend. The eight remaining finalists took part in the third live show dedicated to ‘Movie Spectacular’ and two more acts were eliminated at the end of the weekend.
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.