Eleven shows last weekend, with five nations picking their act for the Eurovision Song Contest 2019. Check out our Monday Night overview of the weekend below, which we make in a collaboration with songfestival.be.
Romania has chosen Ester Peony during the conclusion of Selecția Națională 2019 and will represent Romania with the entry “On A Sunday”. Peony beat Laura Bretan and Bella Santiago to claim the right to be the Romanian representative in Tel Aviv.
Portugal have finished off a mega Super Saturday of Eurovision national finals, with Semi Final 1 of Festival Da Canção 2019. The acts who qualified to the Grand Final are in bold.
Roko Blažević has been crowned the winner of Dora 2019 and will represent Croatia with the entry “The Dream”. Roko beat Lorena Bućan and Luka Nižetić to claim the Croatian victory.
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.
By winning EMA with their song Sebi, Zara Kralj & Gašper Šantl will represent Slovenia in Tel Aviv. The duo beat Raiven, who lost yet another EMA superfinal.
Freedom Jazz has topped the table to win the second semi final of Vidbir in Ukraine, whilst Anna Maria and Kazka have qualified behind them in 2nd and 3rd with My Road and Apart respectively.
The grand final of Eesti Laul 2019 has been won by Victor Crone. The winning song ‘Storm’ will be the entry for Estonia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019.
Jon Henrik Fjällgren joins Lina Hedlund in the final on March 9 in Friends Arena. Martin Stenmarck and Rebecka Karlsson are through Andra Chansen in tonight’s semi-final.
It was to be for Friðrik Ómar in Songvakeppnin tonight. His song Hvað ef ég get ekki elskað? proved enough to see him through to the Songvakeppnin Grand final a week today. Also through to the final is Tara Hobee with her song Betri án þín.