The 6 artists that will take part at UMK 2020 in Finland have been announced by broadcaster YLE. There are no former Eurovision participants on the list, but a lot of former talent show participants take the stage on March 7th.
Ukrainian public broadcaster UA:PBC has picked 16 national finalists together with partner STB. Starting from 8 February, the participants will compete in national selection ‘Vidbir 2020’.
The entries for the 2020 edition of the Icelandic national final, Söngvakeppnin have been released. The 10 competing songs have been released in a playlist on spotify which has already attracted attention. It has lead to RUV formally announcing who will be taking part in [read more…]
Samantina Tina will take part in Supernova again in 2020. Broadcaster LTV announced the nine final candidates and the multiple former participant is on the list. Markus Riva has not made the cut.
Six out of the ten artists competing in Australia Decides have now released their songs for Australia’s national final.
Earlier in the season, Portuguese broadcaster RTP revealed the names of the composers competing in the upcoming edition of Festival da Canção, the selection used for Eurovision. Now, the artists and songs have been revealed.
After originally planning a televised selection, the Czech broadcaster reverted back to their previous online format of national selection. Amongst the seven artists competing in the selection Barbora Mochowa and Pam Rabbit make their return.
Late last year, the Melodifestivalen 2020 line-up was announced, and now, the running order for each semi-final has been revealed. A total of 28 artists will compete, with 7 artists competing in each of the four semi-finals.
Markus Riva is on the shortlist again for the Latvian preselection for the Eurovision Song Contest in 2020. He is one of the 26 hopefuls, a list that will be narrowed down to 8 by a jury panel for the actual final show.
Sanja Vučić is taking part in Beovizija 2020, as a part of her group Hurricane, to try and represent Serbia again at the Eurovision Song Contest 2020. She previously participated in 2016 (with the song ‘Goodbye’) and her group is one of the 24 confirmed [read more…]