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National selections completed

The national selections for this year’s Eurovision Song Contest, to be held in Oslo, Norway, in May, have come to a close.

As usual at this time of year, we put a focus on the music from the national finals, songs that didn’t qualify for the big event but still deserve another listen. Many of them are getting a lot of airplay in their home countries, some have become hits already. Our playlist will be kept updated.


The national selections for this year’s Eurovision Song Contest, to be held in Oslo, Norway, in May, have come to a close.

As usual at this time of year, we put a focus on the music from the national finals, songs that didn’t qualify for the big event but still deserve another listen. Many of them are getting a lot of airplay in their home countries, some have become hits already. Our playlist will be kept updated.

Meanwhile we prepare the presentation and promotion of the entries for Oslo. On March 23, the delegations of all participating countries met in the Norwegian capital for the draw of the running order, which came out as follows:

1st Semi Final:

  1. MOLDOVA – Sun Stroke Project & Olia Tira – Run Away
  2. RUSSIA – Peter Nalitch Band – Lost And Forgotten
  3. ESTONIA – Malcolm Lincoln – Siren
  4. SLOVAKIA – Kristina Peláková – Horehronie
  5. FINLAND – Kuunkuiskaajat – Työlki Ellää
  6. LATVIA – Aisha – What For?
  7. SERBIA – Milan Stankovic – Ovo Je Balkan
  8. BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA – Vukašin Brajic – Thunder And Lightning
  9. POLAND – Marcin Mrozinski – Legenda
  10. BELGIUM – Tom Dice – Me And My Guitar
  11. MALTA – Thea Garrett – My Dream
  12. ALBANIA – Juliana Pasha – It’s All About You
  13. GREECE – Giorgos Alkaios & Friends – Opa
  14. PORTUGAL – Filipa Azevedo – Há Dias Assim
  15. F.Y.R. MACEDONIA – Gjoko Taneski – Jas Ja Imam Silata
  16. BELARUS – Three Plus Two – Butterflies
  17. ICELAND – Hera Björk – Je Ne Sais Quoi

2nd Semi Final:

  1. LITHUANIA – InCulto – Eastern European Funk
  2. ARMENIA – Eva Rivas – Apricot Stone
  3. ISRAEL – Harel Skaat – Milim
  4. DENMARK – Chanée & N’evergreen – In A Moment Like This
  5. SWITZERLAND – Michael von der Heide – Il Pleut De L’Or
  6. SWEDEN – Anna Bergendahl – This Is My Life
  7. AZERBAIJAN – Safura Alizadeh – Drip Drop
  8. UKRAINE – Alyosha – Sweet People
  9. THE NETHERLANDS – Sieneke – Ik Ben Verliefd (Sha-La-Lie)
  10. ROMANIA – Paula Seling & Ovi – Playing With Fire
  11. SLOVENIA – Ansambel Roka Žlindre & Kalamari – Narodnozabavni Rock
  12. IRELAND – Niamh Kavanagh – It’s For You
  13. BULGARIA – Miro – Angel Si Ti
  14. CYPRUS – Jon Lilygreen & The Islanders – Life Looks Better In Spring
  15. CROATIA – Feminnem – Lako Je Sve
  16. GEORGIA – Sopho Nizharadze – Shine
  17. TURKEY – maNga – We Could Be The Same

The running order of the 5 finalists is a follows:

2. SPAIN – Daniel Diges – Algo Pequeñito
3. NORWAY – Didrik Solli-Tangen – My Heart Is Yours
12. UNITED KINGDOM – Josh Dubovie – That Sounds Good To Me
18. FRANCE – Jessy Matador – Allez! Ola! Olé!
22. GERMANY – Lena Meyer-Landrut – Satellite

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