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Portugal: Festival da Cançao Semi-final 2 Tonight


portugalPortugal – The second semi-final of Festival da Cançao takes place this evening as Portugal decides who will be its representative in Kyiv in May. Eight semi-finalists will compete tonight for a place in the final on 5th March 2017. You can watch online from 22:15 (CET) HERE.  

Here are tonight’s semi-finalists:

David Gomes – ‘My paradise
Lena d’Água – ‘Nunca me fui emborada
Beatriz Felicio – ‘Ao teo olhar
Pedro Gonçalvez – ‘Don’t walk away
Helena Kendall – ‘Andamos no céu
Celina da Piedade – ‘Primavera
Jorge Benvinda – ‘Gente bestial
Inês Sousa – ‘Se o tempo nao falasse

Four acts will qualify to the final using a 50-50 jury/televote. The final will take place next week.

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297 comments on “Portugal: Festival da Cançao Semi-final 2 Tonight

  1. Latest news: Helena Kendall has endorsed Salvador Sobral and ‘Amar pelos dois’. Lena d’Água had already said that she finds said song very beautiful.

  2. Gosh if Portugal doesn’t choose pedro they’re doomed. Everything else was outdated. I loveee Pedro.

  3. Goshhh i loved Pedro. Definitely the best, would get my vote.
    Everyone else was outdated, especially in the first semi. I Don’t like salvador at all. Please Portugal, pick him. Otherwise you’ll go home again.

  4. Goshhh i loved Pedro. Catchy and modern 100%. Cute guy too. Definitely the best, would get my vote.
    Everyone else was outdated, especially in the first semi. I Don’t like salvador at all. Please Portugal, pick PEDRO GONÇALVES!. He’s your only chance. Otherwise you’ll go home again

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