Finnish broadcaster YLE has released information on the selection process for the 2020 Eurovision season. Unlike the previous two years, the selection UMK will return to an open format, previously used between 2012 and 2017.
DJ Darude and singer Sebastian Rejman will sing the song ‘Look Away’ for Finland at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019. The duo was internally selected by the Finnish national public broadcaster YLE to perform three songs in a special final of UMK, in which ‘Look [read more…]
Darude has released his songs, that Sebastian Rejman will sing at UMK 2019. UMK is the preselection show that Finland will air to find their song for the Eurovision Song Contest. The song titles are “Release Me” and “Superman”, and you can listen to them [read more…]
Finland will come with a unique act to the Eurovision Song Contest 2019. The nation has selected the famous DJ Darude for the upcoming contest in Tel Aviv.
After reaching the Eurovision final after three years of non-qualification, Finland will use a similar format for the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest. Broadcaster YLE announced that there will be a selection based on invitation again.
Saara Aalto will sing ‘Monsters’ on behalf of Finland at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 in Lisbon. She performed three potential songs at the UMK Final in Finland, and ‘Monsters’ was voted the winner.
Will it be ‘Monsters’, ‘Domino’ or ‘Queens’? Tonight, Finland decides which of these three song will be the entry that Saara Aalto will perform for them in Lisbon at Eurovision 2018.
Early November, Saara Aalto announced that she will represent Finland at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018.On the 3rd of March, she will sing three songs: ‘Monsters’, ‘Domino’ and ‘Queens’. One of these songs will be the Finnish entry in Lisbon.
Saara Aalto will sing for Finland at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 in Portugal. The X-factor UK runner-up has been selected internally by broadcaster YLE. YLE will still air the UMK format to pick a song for Aalto.
Eva Boto, Greta Salome, Norma John. The list of shocking non-qualying songs at the Eurovision Song Contest has a new name on it. Today we take a look at the aftermath of the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 in Finland.