Vasil Garvanliev has released his song ‘You’, which he will perform on behalf of North Macedonia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2020. He takes part in the first half of the first semi final.
The final of Festival da Canção 2020 has been won by Elisa. She will now sing ‘Medo de sentir’ as the Portugese entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020. The Portugese final took place at the Coliseu Comendador Rondão Almeida in Elvas.
The Mamas will fly the flag for Sweden as the winners of Melodifestivalen after 5 weeks of competition.
Finland’s national final, Uuden Musiikin Kilpailu 2020 (ENG: Contest for New Music) took place on the last Super Saturday of the Eurovision 2020 season and ‘Looking Back’ sung by Aksel Kankaanranta has been selected to represent Finland in Rotterdam later this year, through a combination of [read more…]
During a ‘ghostfinal’ at the Royal Arena in Copenhagen, the Danish ticket for the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 has been won by Ben & Tan. The song ‘Yes’ will be used as the Danish entry in Rotterdam.
The Bulgarian entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 is called ‘Tears getting sober’ and will be released on the 7th of March. The song will be performed by Victoria, who was announced at the beginning of the season by broadcaster BNT.
The song ‘Running’, which was announced earlier in the preselection season as the Cypriotic entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2020, has been released. You can check out the song by Sandro below.
Senhit will sing for San Marino at the Eurovision Song Contest 2020. She previously participated in the contest in 2011, not making it to the final for San Marino.
Ireland has announced their artist and song for the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 this Thursday. And they have chosen an established name, as it is Lesley Roy who will fly the Irish flag with the song ‘Story of my life’ in Rotterdam.
Austrian broadcaster ORF has released the video clip of ‘Alive’ by Vincent Bueno. Earlier in this preselection season the singer was chosen internally to sing for Austria at the Eurovision Song Contest 2020.