Lake Malawi ‘s lead singer Albert realizes that his Eurovision entry “Friend of a friend” will rely on the jury vote. Therefore, he has decided to jump less in his performance at the jury show. “People told me vocals are the most important for juries, [read more…]
Eurovision 2019 is the year of jury darlings. No less than 9 times this preselection season, a song won without the support of the televoters. ESCDaily introduces them all to you in the build-up to Tel Aviv, moving on with Jonida Maliqi from Albania.
Madonna will perform in the Eurovision Grand final. The news was confirmed by the EBU to several reliable sources.
X-Factor Malta winner Michela Pace has presented the song that she will perform in Tel Aviv. The Maltese entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 is called ‘Chameleon’.
Tamara Todevska has revealed het song ‘Proud’, that she will sing for North Macedonia in Tel Aviv. You can check out the song in this article.
Oto Nemsadze has won this years edition of Georgian Idol and will represent Georgia at The Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv. The song that he sung in the Grand Final was called ‘Sul Tsin Iare’.
O Melodie Pentru Europa, the national final for Moldova has selected Anna Odobescu as their act for the Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv. Her song is called “Stay”.
Maruv has won Vidbir with “Siren Song”. The Ukrainian network UA:PBC will now offer her a ticket to Tel Aviv. However, some paperwork needs to be fixed before Maruv’s Eurovision participation is certain.
Tonight (Saturday 23rd February), Ukraine will be selecting their entry via their national final. The act that replaced Tayanna, Maruv, is in the grand final of Vidbir, as are the fan favourites, Kazka. Who will win the Ukrainian ticket to go to Tel Aviv?
Freedom Jazz has topped the table to win the second semi final of Vidbir in Ukraine, whilst Anna Maria and Kazka have qualified behind them in 2nd and 3rd with My Road and Apart respectively.