On Saturday night we were all supposed to be tuning in to the Grand Final of Eurovision 2020. However due to the Coronavirus, the show was cancelled. Eurovision NI wanted the party to continue so we hosted our very own Eurovision 2020 Watch Party. Two semi finals took place on Tuesday and Thursday and the ten qualifiers from each joined the Big Five and host nation the Netherlands in Saturday’s Grand Final. The Grand Final was won by Iceland’s Dadi Freyr and their song ‘Think About Things’. Read on for the full results including semi finals and the jury/televote split for the Grand Final.
Tonight Eurovision NI hosted the second of our Eurovision 2020 Watch Parties. Tonight saw the eighteen countries that were supposed to take part in Eurovision 2020’s Second Semi Final, fight it out for a spot in our Grand Final on Saturday. There were only ten spots available and the results were as follows:
Tonight Eurovision NI hosted the first of our Eurovision 2020 Watch Parties. Tonight saw the seventeen countries that were supposed to take part in Eurovision 2020’s First Semi Final, fight it out for a spot in our Grand Final on Saturday. There were only ten spots available and the results were as follows:
We are all still reeling from the cancellation of Eurovision 2020. But fear not! The show can still go on…kinda! We at Eurovision NI want to provide you with some Eurovision entertainment over Eurovision week. So we are going to have a watch party for both of the Semi Finals and the Grand Final on the date that they were supposed to take place!
Earlier today Tel Aviv officially handed over Eurovision hosting duties to Rotterdam. In an event that took place at Rotterdam’s City Hall, the host city insignia handover ceremony took place, but more importantly we now know which countries will compete in which of the semi finals when The Netherlands hosts the 2020 Contest later this year.
Eurovision 2019 continued with the second of its live Semi Finals tonight. Only ten of the eighteen participants could make it through to Saturday’s final. Find out who made the cut!
While all the semi finalists have had two rehearsal sessions over the last week, it was the turn of the Big Five countries and host nation Israel to get their first run through earlier today.
This day next week will see the second live show for Eurovision 2019. The Second Semi Final is set to air on 16 May 2019 at 8pm GMT. Having seen the first rehearsals, I am ready to make my predictions as to which 10 of the 18 contenders will earn a place in the final.
Over the weekend all seventeen songs from Semi Final 1 took to the stage for the first time. Yesterday the rehearsals moved to the acts in Semi Final 2 and today the remaining acts from Semi Two gave us a sneak peek at their staging for Eurovision 2019.
Over the weekend all seventeen songs from Semi Final 1 took to the stage for the first time. Today the rehearsals moved to the acts in Semi Final 2’s first half and we got a sneak peek of the staging for the next set of contenders.