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 ZENA from Belarus.
BTRC hosted their national final, Nationalny Otbor 2019, in which 100% jury vote unanimously decided that ZENA will represent Belarus in Eurovision 2019. She will now sing the song “Like It” after scoring 69 out of 70 points from the seven-person Belarussian jury.
BTRC hosted the final of Nationalny Otbor 2019 which decided the Belarussian entry for Eurovision 2019. Ten acts competed in which the winner was selected entirely through jury. You could watch the show live via this link. The final was at approx. 20:00 CET on [read more…]
Daz Sampson, the rapper that sang for the United Kingdom in 2006, has not made it through the audition rounds in Belarus. The ten acts that will take part inEurofest 2019 have been announced, but Daz was not on the list.
Alekseev has won the national final in Belarus and will represent the Eastern country at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 with the song ‘Forever’. With that victory, Alekseev will succeed the duo NAVIBAND, who made it to the final on behalf of Belarus last year.
Who will be the successor of the duo NAVIBAND, who made it to the final on behalf of Belarus last year, at the Eurovision Song Contest? We will find out tonight, at the Belarusian national final.
After a long day of auditions, the Belarusian jury decided which acts will take part in an upcoming national final, for which the exact date is not known yet. 11 acts have made the cut, including Napoli which took part in all previous four years [read more…]
Russia and Ukraine have won the Eurovision Song Contest, but Belarus is still waiting for their big moment of fame. NAVIBAND wants to take back the trophy from Kiev.
The last three winners of Eurovision only got to the contest, after losing in a previous national final first. This year, many artists with a similar track record will try to follow in their footsteps. In this episode we highlight the NAVI band from Belarus.
Belarus has only made it to the top-10 of the Eurovision Song Contest on one occasion, back in 2007. This year, with the contest being held in their neighbour country Ukraine, they really want to get a good result again, states our editor Sadie Trent.