Germany: Unser Lied für Lissabon Tonight!

Germany – German broadcaster, NDR, will host the country’s national final 2018: Unser Lied für Lissabon. There were 4000 entrants, and the 100 members of the Eurovision panel and 20-strong international jury picked only 6 finalists. Follow the show with us!

The show will take place at the Studio Berlin Adlershof and will be hosted by Linda Zervakis and Elton. This is the line-up for tonight:

  1. Natia Todua – My own way (Loren Nine Geerts, Ricardo Bettiol, Martin Gallop, Jaro Omar)
  2. Ryk – You and I (Rick Jurthe)
  3. voXXclub – I mog Di so (Merty Bert, Mike Busse, Philipp Klemz, Lennard Oestmann, Joe Walter, Martin Simma)
  4. Xavier Darcy – Jonah (Xavier Darcy, Loren Nine Geerts, Axel Ehnström, Thomas Stengaard)
  5. Ivy Quainoo – House on fire (Jörgen Elofsson and Ali Tamposi)
  6. Michael Schulte – You let me walk alone (Michael Schulte, Thomas Stengaard, Nisse Ingwersen, Nina Müller)

There will also be Mike Singer as an interval act, singing Déjà vu. The show starts at 20:15 (CET) and can be watched live here.

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329 comments on “Germany: Unser Lied für Lissabon Tonight!

  1. I liked it better in the reprise without the pictures behind. They are obviously going for the Ed Sheeran effect. Good luck!

    My top14:

    1. Czechia
    2. Italy
    3. Greece
    4. Spain
    5. Belarus
    >>>6. Germany
    7. France
    8. Serbia
    9. UK
    10. Denmark
    11. Switzerland
    12. Albania
    13. Montenegro
    14. Malta

  2. And now all the Big5 have chosen!

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