More than a dozen countries choose their Eurovision 2019 song this weekend. Have you lost track of it all? Then read back on all the announcements from the past few days!
Tonight, Sweden picks the song & singer for Eurovision 2019. It is time for the grand final of Melodifestivalen 2019. Who will represent Sweden in Tel Aviv?
BTRC hosted the final of Nationalny Otbor 2019 which decided the Belarussian entry for Eurovision 2019. Ten acts competed in which the winner was selected entirely through jury. You could watch the show live via this link. The final was at approx. 20:00 CET on [read more…]
RTS hosted the final of Beovizija 2019 tonight which decided on the Serbian entry for Eurovision 2019. Twelve acts competed in which the winner was selected through a mixture of jury and televoting. You could watch the show live via this link. The final began [read more…]
Time for yet another big Preselection Saturday. With 5 national finals and the famous Andra Chansen in Sweden, Eurovision fans do not want to miss any of the action tonight! Thankfully, you do not have to go far. ESCDaily covers everything in one convenient blog.
01:03 – Conan Osíris wins! After receiving the most jury votes and televotes, Conan wins with a total of 24 points. This unanimous decision means that he will represent Portugal with his song Telemóveis at Eurovision 2019 in Tel Aviv. 00:50 – Jury votes Portugal [read more…]
We are ready for a busy Saturday night again. Six shows, including four grand finals, will give us a lot of new Eurovision 2019 songs. You can follow everything that is happening tonight in this liveblog.
Arvingarna previously represented Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest 1993. Meanwhile Lisa Ajax competes for the third time for the honor of representing Sweden in Tel Aviv.
Tonight (Saturday 23rd February), Ukraine will be selecting their entry via their national final. The act that replaced Tayanna, Maruv, is in the grand final of Vidbir, as are the fan favourites, Kazka. Who will win the Ukrainian ticket to go to Tel Aviv?
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?