The Czech Eurovision selection has now concluded, with Benny Cristo revealed as the winner with his song, Kemama. Earlier in the season, there were plans for a televised national selection, however the broadcaster decided to revert back to the online selection format.
After originally planning a televised selection, the Czech broadcaster reverted back to their previous online format of national selection. Amongst the seven artists competing in the selection Barbora Mochowa and Pam Rabbit make their return.
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, starting with Lake Malawi from the Czech Republic.
The indie pop band Lake Malawi will represent the Czech Republic at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 in Tel Aviv. They will perform the song ‘Friend of a friend’ for the central European nation.
The lineup for this year’s Czech Republic selection has been announced. One of these eight songs will be the one that will represent the Czechs at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 in Tel Aviv.
Every country can be succesful at the Eurovision Song Contest. The Czech Republic is the proof of this, after their first top-10 result in the history of the contest. Let’s look back at Mikolas Josef’ performance in Lisbon in episode 7 of the Aftermath.
Some small countries are sceptical about their chances to ever win the Eurovision Song Contest. The Czech Republic used to be one of those countries. But those days are gone, especially now that they come up with an entry that is doing well in the [read more…]
Mikolas Josef has accepted that the backflip will not be a part of his Eurovision performance for the Czech Republic. “There is not much of a choice for me. There is still a lot of care needed,” he tells ESCDaily about his medical status.
“Don’t do anything stupid”. That’s the advice the doctors gave to the Czech delegation when they allowed Mikolas Josef to leave the hospital this week.