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!
We now have all of the songs in this years Eurovision Song contest. Here is a look back of the songs that were released over the weekend from the remaining nations that were still left to select their songs and/or their artists.
Sunday: Kobi Marimi will sing ‘Home’ in his home country
Kobi Marimi will be aiming to defend Israel’s title at Eurovision by singing the song ‘Home’. A very different sounding song to Toy, which Netta Barzilai won the contest with last year. Can Kobi Marimi keep the contest in Israel?
Sunday: Here is the Maltese song
Malta used the X-Factor format this year to select Michela Pace as their singer for Tel Aviv.
Sunday: Srbuk sings ‘Walking out’ for Armenia
Saturday: John Lundvik writes history by winning in Sweden by a landslide
Saturday: Sergey Lazarev will sing “Scream” for Russia
Friday: Can ‘Proud’ make North Macedonia proud?
Tamara Todevska’s song is available. Will ‘Proud’ be the entry that finally gives Macedonia a spot in the final again?
Friday: Tulia releases the Polish Eurovision 2019 song
Check out the song from Poland:
Friday: Azerbaijan ‘s song “Truth” is also out!
Don’t forget: Sweden will choose through Melodifestivalen 2019 Grand Final on Saturday
Friday: “22” is the Irish song for Tel Aviv
Another song presentation this Friday morning: Ireland released “22” by Sarah McTernan. Let us hope she can prolong the renewed success that Eurovision’s record nation got last year!
Friday: Austria premieres Eurovision song “Limits”
Paenda will represent Austria in Eurovision 2019 in Tel Aviv – that we already knew. But now we also know the song:
Thursday: ZENA wins national final in Belarus
The Belarussian national final had no televote, but 100% juries. They selected ZENA with the song “Like it”.
Thursday: “She got me” – Luca Hänni for Switzerland
A positive surprise from Switzerland, where Luca Hänni will sing the catchy song “She got me” in Eurovision 2019.
Read our Results article or watch the video below:
Thursday: Netherlands presented Duncan Laurence and “Arcade”
The Netherlands have changed their strategy. No longer is the artist the most important thing – it is now the song. That is how broadcaster AVROTROS ended up with the unknown singer Duncan Laurence and his hauntingly beautiful song “Arcade”.
Thursday: Serhat comes back to Eurovision for San Marino
Serhat will perform “Say Na Na Na” at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest. The Turkish singer released his song on Thursday.
Wednesday: Katerine Duska presents Greek Eurovision song
Tuesday: Cyprus released “Replay” by Tamta
It all started on Wednesday, when Cyprus finally released the long awaited follow-up of “Fuego”. Tamta will sing “Replay” in Tel Aviv, a summer styled dance song that really does reminisce of Eleni Foureira’s entry from last year.