After the sixth heat in Israel, there are only eight candidates left in HaKokhav Haba, the search for ‘The Next Star of Eurovision’. One of these eight artsis will sing for Israel at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018.
Mikolas Josef will sing for the Czech Republic at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 with the song ‘Lie to Me’. Broadcaster CT confirmed him as the winner of the national final, which was held on the internet in stead of television.
MIHAI has qualified for the final in Romania after the second semi final of Selecția Națională. In 2006 he represented Romania in Athens with ‘Tornero’, and finished in fourth place.
Madame Monsieur has won the grand final of Destination Eurovision and will now represent France at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 in Lisbon. The song ‘Mercy’ gained the most points by the televoters and was therefore defeated other candidates that scored well in the international [read more…]
Greta Zazza has qualified with ease in the third heat of Eurovizija, the long preselection format in Lithuania to pick their act for the Eurovision Song Contest 2018. The finalist of last year did that with her song ‘Broken Shadows’.
Metalband AWS has won the second quarter final of A Dal in Hungary. Ádam Szabó and his band yesyes also qualified for the semi finals.
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Sarit Hativa and Shay & Gilad have been eliminated in the Israeli Talent Show HaKokhav HaBa, which is being used to find the next Eurovision Song Contest act for Israel. With their elimination, there are just 9 artists left in Israel.
Alex Florea has been eliminated after the first semi final of Selecția Națională in Romania. Last year he won the show and represented Romania in Kiev with ‘Yodel It!’, together with Ilinca.
After the second semi final of Destination Eurovision, Madame Monsieur, Max Cinnamon, Nassi and Igit have placed for the grand final of next week. They will join the Australian singer-songwriter Malo’, who qualified for the final battle for the French ticket to the Eurovision Song [read more…]