Tonight, Sandhja won the national final of Uuden Musiikin Kilpailu, where Finland chose the power-pop number as their entry in Stockholm. From 18 finalists, three semi-final heats pared the competition down to the best nine entries, and the public decided that the song Sing it Away was worthy [read more…]
Tonight is the awaited national final of Uuden Musiikin Kilpailu, when Finland will choose their representative for Stockholm. From 18 finalists, three semi-final heats pared the competition down to the best nine entries, who will now battle it out to see who will carry the [read more…]
This evening, the third and final heat of Uuden Musiikin Kilpailu continues in Finland with another six contestants competing for three finalist spots. So far, there have been six qualifiers, and tonight’s winners will complete the lineup for next weekend’s national final.
This evening, the second semi-final of Uuden Musiikin Kilpailu continued with another seven contestants competing for three finalist spots. From those seven, returning fan-favorite Mikael Saari, Anica Milán & Kimmo Blom, and Cristal Snow qualified.
Tonight in Finland is the first of three semifinals to determine who will go on to the final of Uuden Musiikin Kilpailu on the 27th of February.
Finnish broadcaster YLE has published the names, songtitles and videos of the eightteen songs that will compete in Uuden Musiikin Kilpailu later this year. There will be three semi finals, with three out of six candidates qualifying for the final on the 27th of February.
Finnish broadcaster YLE has published short clips of the 18 songs that will compete in Uuden Musiikin Kilpailu later this year. You can listen to the snippets here at ESCDaily.com.
The Finnish Head of Delegation has reacted to our interview with a scientest, who said that the mentally disabled punk group PKN should get the right guidance during Eurovision. Maija Aho said to us that “their management has come along with us, so there isn’t [read more…]
The punk group Pertti Kurikan Nimipäivät from Finland needs “the right guidance if they are to participate at Eurovision.” Professor Jacqueline Schenk from the Erasmus University in The Netherlands, specialised in Psychology & Orthopedagogical Sciences, has told that to ESC Daily.
Moments ago, Pertti Kurikan Nimipäivät won the Finnish selection Uuden Musiikin Kilpailu with the song Aina Mun Pitää. The competition this year boasted a diverse pool of 18 contestants, 9 of which qualified for the finale.