Belarus does not take part at the Eurovision Song Contest 2021. The EBU has judged their second potential entry for the contest, but concluded it once again did not meet the requirements to be able to take part.
Belarus will be represented at the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 by the group Galasy Zmesta. They will sing the song ‘Ya Naucha Tebya’ in the first semi final.
Without winning jury vote or televote, the group VAL did manage to win the Belarussian national final. Sadly, because of the cancellation, they did not make it to the Eurovision stage in 2020. Will they return in 2021 or does BTRC have other options? In [read more…]
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.
Val has won Eurofest and therefore will represent Belarus at the Eurovision Song Contest 2020. The winning song in Minsk is called ‘Da Vidna’.
It was previously announced that 49 acts had been selected to take part in the audition stage of the Belarusian selection. The auditions have now taken place, with a total of 12 acts to continue through to the televised selection.
After a national final in 2019 with only a jury vote, the televote will be back in the national final in Belarus for 2020. The exact date for that final has not been made public yet, but it will not air later than the 6th [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 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…]