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 Carousel from Latvia.
Carousel has won the final of Supernova 2019 today in Latvia and will therefore also represent the country at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 in Tel Aviv. Makus Riva was the runner-up.
Markus Riva, who for the sixth time attempts to represent Latvia in Eurovision, has qualified for the final of Supernova 2019 today in Riga. His pop song, “You make me so crazy”, was one of the better performances of the second semi-final.
Tonight, the first semi final of Supernova 2019 took place in Riga. Eight artists competed for four places in the final, which will be held February 16th. One of the qualifiers is Edgars Kreilis, an upcoming star in Latvia.
The Supernova formats have been announced. The semi- finals will have a 50-50 split, with semi-final 1 being broadcast on 26th of January, Semi-Final 2 on the 2nd of February and the Grand Final on the 16th of February. The shows will all be hosted [read more…]
Markus Riva makes yet another attempt to represent Latvia at the Eurovision Song Contest. The star has tried it repeatedly in recent years, and it is the line-up for Supernova again in 2019.
Laura Rizzotto has won the final of Supernova 2018 and will sing the song ‘Funny Girl’ for Latvia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018. Laura was the best out of eight acts in the grand final of the talent competition in Riga.
On Saturday the 24th of February, seven artists will compete in the final of Supernova in Latvia, to win the Latvian ticket to the Eurovision Song Contest 2018. Markus Riva tried to go to Eurovision a couple of times before. Will this Saturday become his [read more…]
Laura Rizzotto and Lauris Valters are the last two qualifiers for the final of Supernova 2018 in Latvia. They will join five other candidates in the final next week, to determine who will sing for Latvia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018.
In a dramatic turn of events, it was announced by the Latvian Broadcaster, LTV, that Markus Riva will be qualifying to the final of Supernova after all.