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S!sters has won Unser Lied fur Israel and will represent Germany at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 with the song ‘Sister’. The female duo is the successor of Michael Schulte, who gave Germany a fourth place finish last year in Lisbon.
Tonight, Germany is choosing its representative for the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 in Tel Aviv. Who will follow the steps of the successful Michael Schulte, who gave Germany a fourth place finish in Lisbon last year?
German broadcaster NDR have announced the six artists that will be taking part in the televised national selection ‘Unser Lied für Israel’ in February 2019. These artists were chosen after a round of auditions in Cologne in October.
Due to its success in 2017, German national broadcaster NDR has decided to stick to their gameplan for 2019, with the broadcaster looking for another 100 members to feature in the next Eurovision panel for the selection.
The last three years, Germany finished at the bottom of the scoreboard at the Eurovision Song Contest. But in 2018, Michael Schulte brought the country back to the top, with a fourth place for his song “You Let Me Walk Alone”.
Germany had its second Eurovision rehearsal today. The visuals on the projection curtain have slightly changed, but the psychedelic part is still there.
On the night before Michael Schulte’s first rehearsal, Brandon McCann explains his personal feelings towards the German Eurovision song. He’s convinced Germany is underrated at this year’s competition. “They could go all the way.”
Michael Schulte has won the German ticket, and will be representing Germany with the song ‘You Let Me Walk Alone’ in Lisbon. Last year Levina could only come 2nd to last with her song ‘Perfect Life’. Will Michael top that?
The German broadcaster, NDR, will once again be responsible for selecting the German representative for Lisbon. Last year Germany came 2nd to last with ‘Perfect Life’ by Levina. Can they do better this year?