Croatia: Roko to Tel Aviv!

Croatia – HRT, the broadcaster in charge of the country’s participation in Eurovision 2019, hosted its national final, Dora 2019, tonight. There were 16 entries fighting for the ticket to Tel Aviv, and in the end it was won by Roko Blažević with the song “The Dreami“! Continue Reading »


Slovenia: Zara Kralj & Gašper Šantl to Tel Aviv!

Slovenia – RTVS, the national broadcaster, hosted Evrovizijska Melodija 2019, the national final known as EMA, tonight. There were 10 entries fighting for the ticket to Tel Aviv, and in the end it was won by Zara Kralj & Gašper Šantl with the song “Sebi“! Continue Reading »


Estonia: Victor Crone to Tel Aviv!

Estonia – ERR, the national broadcaster, concluded Eesti Laul 2019, the national final, tonight. The final featured 12 songs qualified from two semi-finals and two rounds of voting, with a Superfinal of 3 where Victor Crone won with his song “Storm“! Continue Reading »


Tonight: Third Super Saturday of 2019

Just like last year, we will witness Super Saturdays with many shows happening all at once. Instead of opening all threads, hard to follow for everyone, we decided to have just one thread for all shows to follow live so we can all discuss them together. Tonight is the biggest one: 10 shows! Continue Reading »


Poland: It’s Tulia to Tel Aviv!

Poland – The national broadcaster, TVP, has revealed today that they have internally selected Tulia to represent Poland in the Eurovision Song Contest! It is a return to internal selection after three national finals in a row. Continue Reading »


Finland: Second Song Out!

Finland – YLE, the Finnish broadcaster, has revealed the second entry of UMK 2019! All three entries will be performed by Darude feat. Sebastian Rejman who have been internally selected to represent Finland in Tel Aviv. Listen today to “Superman“! Continue Reading »


Greece: It’s Katerine Duska To Tel Aviv!

Greece – The national broadcaster, ERT, has revealed tonight that they have internally selected Katerine Duska to represent Greece in the Eurovision Song Contest! It is the fourth time in a row that Greece choses internally, having qualified only once out of the last three times. Continue Reading »