Sanremo has been contested over the past five evenings and serves as Italy’s process for choosing their Eurovision song for 2020. 24 songs started out the process, but ‘Sincero’ was disqualified as Bugo & Morgan failed to perform the song on the fourth night of the contest. ‘Fai Rumore’ by Diodato was crowned the overall winner.
Italy’s Sanremo competition will come to its conclusion later this evening when 24 songs will face off against each other in a bid to represent Italy at Eurovision 2020. Ahead of that big announcement we take a look at each of the songs and rate and rank them. Which one is our favourite? Read on to find out.
Sanremo is the annual series of week long concerts featuring some of the biggest names in Italian music. For the past number of years it has served as the country’s means of choosing their Eurovision artist and song. The participants for the 2020 competition were announced this week.
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Italian broadcaster RAI moved the new artists portion of the Sanremo festival to December. This competition played out over the last few nights and was won by Mahmood and Einar. They will join the other 22 artists for the Big Artists part of the Sanremo Festival in February. The winner of this segment will be given first refusal to become the Italian Eurovision 2019 representative.
This week Italy have treated us to a week long series of concert which will conclude tomorrow night with the last night of the Sanremo Festival and the winner will go on to represent the nation at Eurovision 2019. Ahead of the big announcement, we take a look at the contenders and rate and rank them. Take a look to find out which we liked best.
Italian broadcaster RAI has announced some changes to this year’s Sanremo singing competition, the process they use for selecting their Eurovision Song Contest 2019 artist and song.
Duo Ermal Meta and Fabrizio Moro will represent Italy at Eurovision 2018. Check out their lyrics to ‘No Mi Avete Fatto Niente’ along with the English translation.
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Italian broadcaster RAI have aired their Eurovision national selection show. Sanremo, a week long series of concerts saw 20 artists that will compete in the Big Artists competition which decides the nation’s artist and song for Eurovision 2018. In the end they opted for ‘Non Mi Avete Fatto Niente’ by Ermal Meta and Fabrizio Moro.