Georgia: The Voice of Georgia Semi Final tonight!
Georgia is one step closer to choosing its representative for Eurovision 2023, as the Voice of Georgia semi-final will take place tonight. The Caucasian country will choose the artist to represent it in Liverpool through the popular talent show, which is close to ending.
Sixteen artists are left in The Voice of Georgia, with the grand winner being the one who will be anointed to represent Georgia at the 67th Eurovision Song Contest. Tonight they claim their presence in the grand final of the Georgian talent show.
Each of the four judges is left with four artists in the talent show:
- Dato Porchkhidze
- Erekle Turkadze
- Iru Khechanovi (Junior Eurovision 2011 winner as member of the group Candy)
- Tako Kakalashvili
- Tsotne Barbakadze
- Sopho Toroshelidze (Eurovision 2011)
- Lika Siradze
- Mariam Toronjadze
- Salome Tsintsadze
- Tina Datikashvili
- Dato Evgenidze
- Giorgi Datiashvili
- Giorgi Putkaradze
- Kakha Aslamazashvili
- Stephane Mgebrishvili (Eurovision 2009)
- Anka Tatarashvili
- Dato Rusadze
- Likuna Tutisani
- Saba Chachua
The grand final of The Voice of Georgia will take place next Thursday, February 2, with the winner representing Georgia in Liverpool. Nevertheless, the song that Georgia will compete with in our favorite contest will be known later.
The semi-final of The Voice of Georgia will take place tonight at 19:00 CET. You can watch him through the official website of the first channel of the Georgian public television, by clicking HERE.
Until we find out who will represent Georgia at Eurovision 2023, let’s remember the country’s participation in last year’s contest. Georgia’s previous representatives at Eurovision 2022 were Circus Mircus with the song “Lock Me In” and they finished in last place in the Second Semi-Final, continuing the country’s elimination streak for the fifth year:
Stay tuned to Eurovisionfun for all developments regarding Georgia’s participation in Eurovision 2023, in Liverpool!
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