Germany: 32 Songs Advance to Next Stage!

In the pursuit of finding Germany‘s representative for the Eurovision Song Contest 2024, the competition has narrowed down to 32 songs that have successfully advanced from a pool of 693 submissions received by NDR. Notably, the initial deadline of October 5 was extended to October 15, resulting in an additional 50 submissions.

The next phase involves a comprehensive evaluation by a distinguished 20-member international jury. From this assessment, the top 10 songs will be selected to participate in the highly anticipated German national final for the Eurovision Song Contest 2024 – Das Deutsche Finale. The identities of the jury members, all of whom have past experience as Eurovision jurors, will be unveiled following the conclusion of the selection process.

While specific details about the submitted songs are limited, members of the German delegation have disclosed that a significant portion of the entries still in contention are performed in the German language. This linguistic diversity adds an intriguing element to the competition, reflecting the varied musical landscape within Germany.

The culmination of this selection process will be showcased in the live broadcast of Eurovision Song Contest – Das Deutsche Finale 2024, set to take place in Berlin. Audiences can tune in on Das Erste,, and ARD Mediathek to witness the unveiling of the chosen entry that will represent Germany on the Eurovision stage.

This selection holds particular significance for Germany, especially in the wake of their last-place finish in the Eurovision Song Contest 2023. The group Lord of the Lost, with their entry “Blood and Glitter,” garnered 18 points across both juries and televoting, marking a second consecutive last-place performance for Germany in the esteemed competition. The upcoming Eurovision 2024 selection is eagerly awaited as Germany aims to make a resounding impact and improve its standing on the Eurovision stage.

Source: ESC Kompakt 


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