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TEKO 2018: Vote in Group 12!


teko-2018 logo-icon-sizeTEKO 2018 – It’s time to vote in group 12 of TEKO 2018; a knockout format (like the World Cup) tournament for Eurovision 2018. Today, you can start voting in the group of Latvia, Portugal, and Serbia!

TEKO 2018 – Group 12

Please listen to the three competing entries:

Latvia LATVIA Funny Girl – Laura Rizzotto

Portugal PORTUGAL O jardim – Cláudia Pascoal ft. Isaura

Serbia SERBIA Nova deca – Sanja Ilić & Balkanika

To hear the song, click on the respective flag!

The voting:

After listening to the three songs, it’s time for you to vote! Please vote for your favorite out of the three.

Europe (…and Australia…and the rest of the world), start voting now!

 

UPDATE: The results for this group are out now!

19 comments on “TEKO 2018: Vote in Group 12!

  1. Latvia !

  2. I’ll go with Latvia here. Easy choice.

  3. Latvia is quite good although not as good as they have been in recent years. Portugal and Serbia are pure meh.

  4. Modern, relaxing and introsptective…

  5. Portugal. One of the best songs this year.

  6. Latvia -> Sultry and professional
    Portugal -> Soothing and redeeming
    Serbia -> FnB (Folklore n Beat)

  7. 1. Latvia 6/10 (24th plce in my Top 43)
    2. Serbia 6/10 (26th)
    3. Portugal 6/10 (27th)

    All three songs are pretty average. Voted for Latvia!

  8. It’s very clear to me.Portugal!

  9. I agree with stommie here. Portugal by more than a mile. It is probably the most modern song this year too.

  10. There’s a thin line between minimalistic elegance and boredom. O Jardim falls to latter caregory.

    From this lot Serbia, which at least is enjoyable blast from the past.

  11. LOL… blame Dimitris, but I find this guy’s videos hilarious… Had to share

  12. Latvia by far. Laura is superior in every way to female Sobral and the serbian ensemble.

  13. Portugal! Among my favourites of the year!

  14. Definitely Portugal for me, which is one of the best songs of the year. Don’t like the other two, but especially dislike the Serbian entry.

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