We may not get to see our 2020 favourites take to the stage, but that doesn’t mean we can’t reminisce on our Eurovision favourites. This series is aimed to discover the team’s favourite entries from the 21st century, from 2001 to 2019.
Athena Manukyan has won Depi Evratesil, the Armenian national final to select their entrant for Eurovision 2020. Athena won the final with the pop-RnB song ‘Chains on You’.
Armenia are returning to their national final selection process (Depi Evratesil), after internally-selected Srbuk finished 16th in her semi final last year. Since their first participation in 2006, Armenia has only failed to qualify three times, with two of those coming in the last two [read more…]
Armenian broadcaster AMPTV have now announced the 12 participants of the upcoming edition of Depi Evratesil. One of the most notable names in the selection is Vladimir Arzumanyan, who competed and won the Junior Eurovision Song Contest back in 2010.
Armenia will probably return to Eurovision in 2020. Despite failing to qualify for the Grand Final for two years in a row, the Caucasion country seems to confirm a return to preselection format Depi Evratesil next year.
Armenia’s entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 is now available! You can watch and hear ‘Walking Out’ by Srbuk in this article.
Srbuk has been presented as the representative for Armenia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019. Armenia is the first nation to announce their act for the upcoming contest in Tel Aviv.
The Armenian preselection show Depi Evratesil has been won by Sevak Khangayan and the song Qami. After two semi finals and one grand final on Sunday, Sevak has gained the Armenian ticket for Eurovision 2018.
Tonight, Armenia will find their act for the Eurovision Song Contest 2018. In the grand final of Depi Evratesil, ten artists will fight for the golden ticket to Lisbon.
Hasmik Shiroyan with her song “You and I” is among the last five qualifying acts of Depi Evratesil 2018. She also took part in the Armenian Eurovision preselection in 2017.