INFE POLL 2022: The results from Italy!

For the sixth consecutive year the second Network of Eurovision Song Contest fans ,the INFE Network, in cooperation with ESCToday, carries out the INFE Poll.

The members of the Network in the 22 local fan clubs, have already voted their favorite songs of Eurovision 2022 and with the help of ESCToday, announce their results.

Today, we have the results from INFE Italy:

  • 1 point goes to Albania
  • 2 points go to Poland
  • 3 points go to Austria
  • 4 points go to United Kingdom
  • 5 points go to Estonia
  • 6 points go to France
  • 7 points go to Sweden
  • 8 points go to Australia
  • 10 points go to Finland
  • 12 points go to… The Netherlands

The total amount of points are:

 

Sweden 53
Spain 44
Italy 43
United Kingdom 42
The Netherlands 41
Poland 25
Albania 18
Austria 18
Finland 17
Greece 15
Cyprus 14
France 12
Estonia 10
Australia 10
Serbia 10
Ukraine 8
Azerbaijan 7
Belgium 5
Czech Republic 4
Portugal 3
Malta 2
Germany 2
San Marino 1
Norway 1
Croatia 1

 

Remember to vote in our poll for the Grand Final.

Stay tuned to Eurovisionfun for all the results of  INFE Poll 2022!

Spain: Benidorm will host country’s Eurovision Song Contest jury!

Benidorm will be the home of Spain’s Eurovision Song Contest jury for the 66th contest which takes place in Turin, on May 14.

Hello Europe this is Benidorm calling, we will see Nieves Alvarez saying at the grand final of the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest. The famous model and tv presenter will announce the expert jury votes, with a shot of the Benidorm skyline in the background.

The jury put together by RTVE will be based in the city, with Benidorm council planning to organise an event for the Eurovision fans.

The resort staged the Benidorm Fest in January, the Spanish national final for the Eurovision Song Contest, to choose country’s entry for Turin.

Spain will be presented by Slomo as Chanel won Benidorm Fest despite the fact that the Spanish audience voted for Terra with more than 70%.

Stay tuned in Eurovisionfun for all the updates regarding the Eurovision 2022!

Eurovision 2022: The running order of the Semi-Finals will be announced today!

The moment that many fans are waiting for is finally here. The announcement of the running order of the two semi-finals of Eurovision 2022 will be made today.

The running order is determined by the EBU in cooperation with the Italian organizers, taking into account in which half each country was allocated (first or second), but also to perform in a way that the show will be more interesting.

The running order of the two semi-finals, on May 10 and 12 accordingly, will be announced today, through the official YouTube channel of Eurovision.

The announcement of the second First-Final will be made on 13:45:

The announcement of the second Semi-Final will be made on 13:55:

What will the ideal running order for you? Write us in the comments below!

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Poland: Krystian Ochman filmed his Live-on-Tape performance for Eurovision 2022!

Krystian Ochman has finished the filming of his live-on-tape performance for Eurovision 2022 last week in Warsow.

Poland is the latest country to film its live-on-tape performance for Eurovision Song Contest 2022. Ochman filmed his performance in the studios of TVP on Saturday. You can check part of his performance’s filming  below:

As per the guidance for 2021, each act can rehearse for as long as they wish for their backup tape performance. However, only three attempts over the course of one hour are given for the filming of the performance which is monitored by the EBU. The participating country can choose which is the three performances is to be used.

Live-on-tape performances are filmed in the event that a participating act is unable to travel to Turin due to COVID-19, or if an act fall ill before rehearsals commence in Italy.

We remind you that Poland will compete in the second half of the second semi-final in May 12.

Stay tuned on Eurovisionfun for all the news regarding the Polish participation at the Eurovision Song Contest 2022 in Turin, Italy!

Source: eurovoix.com

Malta: Emma Muscat to sing “I am what I am” in Turin?

As we exclusively mentioned through our Twitter account, Emma Muscat will compete in Eurovision 2022 with a different song from the one with which she won the national final in Malta.

The internet is on fire with the rumors about Emma Muscat changing song, while yesterday, Emma posted on her personal Instagram account saying that on Saturday, March 12 and on 14:00 p.m. there will be  a surprise!

 

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The so called surprise that Emma Muscat talked about, was the announcement of her new single “I am what I am” that will be released on March 14. However in her post, Emma doesn’t specify whether she will represent Malta with this song or not, in Eurovision 20022.

Emma Muscat won Malta’s national final, MESC, that took place in February 19 with the song “Out of Sight“:

We remind you that Malta will compete in the first half of the second semi-final in May 12!

Do you think that this will be Emma Muscat’s new song?

Stay tuned on Eurovisionfun for all the news regarding the Maltese participation at the Eurovision Song Contest 2022 in Turin, Italy!

Cyprus: In Eurovision 2022 with Andromache and the song “Ela”!

Through the evening show from RIK1, “Ola ston Aera“, Cyprus’s entry for Eurovision 2022, named “Ela” (Come) by the talented artist Andromache, was shown for the first time.

In the first broadcast through the show, we had the opportunity to listen to the song that Andromache will sing at the upcoming Eurovision for the first time.

You can listen to the song  in the website of Panik Records.

Ela” will be available in all digital music platforms in Friday, March 11. On the same day, the music video will premiere in the official YouTube channel of Panik Records.

The Directors of the Song:

The song is written by the Greek-Swedish Alex P, known for his a lot of participations in the competition, Greece 2007, Azerbaijan 2009, Cyprus 2018, Cyprus 2019

The team is completed by Nikos Giouletzis, a well-known musician in Greece with many and great collaborations, but also Fatjon Miftari, a music producer from Albania.

The lyrics are written by the known Cypriot song writer George Papadopoulos.

The participation of George Papadopoulos in the whole project, comes to confirm everything that the leaders of RIK said in the past, that there will a strong Cypriot color, in this year’s song .

We remind you that RIK has already announced as artistic director of its participation in the next competition, Marvin Dietmann, from Austria, who was responsible for the staging of both Austria’s winning performance in Eurovision 2014 with Conchita Wurst, as well as the jury vote winner in Eurovision 2018 with Cesár Sampson from Austria.

Cyprus in Eurovision Song Contest:

This is the 38th participation of Cyprus in the competition, which is now the country with the most participations without a win. Debuted in 1981 with Monika and an impressive sixth place. Until the end of the 90’s, Cyprus managed to be in the top ten of the final score, on a regular basis. However, from 2004, when the semi-finals were introduced started and until 2014, it managed to cross the reef of the semifinals, in only three cases!

The above has changed drastically since 2015 and since then, Cyprus has qualified for every final. The peak of all this good course, was of course the second place in 2018 with Eleni Foureira and “Fuego”.

Last year Cyprus was represented by Elena Tsagkrinou and the song “El Diablo.

What do you think about the Cypriot entry in this year’s contest? Stay tuned on Eurovisionfun for all the news regarding Cyprus’ participation at the Eurovision Song Contest 2022 in Turin, Italy!

Bulgaria: Intelligent Music Project performed at Selectia Nationala their Eurovision entry!

Intelligent Music Project, the Bulgarian representatives at Eurovision 2022, performed their entry at the final of Selectia Nationala in Bucharest. Read more

Serbia: With Konstrakta and “In Corpore Sano” in Eurovision 2022!

Serbia has started the search for its representative and participation for Eurovision 2022. “Pesma za Evroviziju 2022”, as the Serbian national final is now called, consists of two semi-finals. A few minutes ago the Grand Final was completed.

The hosts of the show were Dragana Kosjerina and Jovan Radomir, being supported by Kristina Radenković and Stefan Popović in the Green Room.

The 18 songs that competed for the ticket to Turin are:

  1. Naiva – Skidam
  2. Orkestar Aleksandra Sofronijevića – Anđele moj
  3. Gift – Haos
  4. Zejna – Nema te
  5. Tijana Dapčević – Ljubi, ljubi doveka
  6. Lift – Drama
  7. Gramophonedzie – Počinjem da ludim
  8. Zorja – Zorja
  9. Aca Lukas – Oskar
  10. Zoe Kida – Bejbi
  11. Sara Jo – Muškarčina
  12. Ana Stanic – Ljubav bez dodira
  13. Biber – Dve godine i šes’ dana
  14. Angellina – Origami
  15. CHEGI i Braća bluz bend – Devojko sa plamenom u očima
  16. Ivona – Znam
  17. Marija Mikić – Ljubav me inspiriše
  18. Konstrakta – In corpore sano

The results:

The result was determined 50% by the jury and 50% by the televoting community. However, the jury of both semi-finals, according to RTS, will remain anonymous.

At the end of the voting, the big winner of the night was “Konstrakta”, with the song “In Corpore Sano”, receiving the absolute 12 points by both the jury and televoting!

We remind you that Serbia will appear in the first half of the second semi-final on 10 May.

Stay tuned to EurovisionFun for all the latest news regarding Serbia’s participation in the Eurovision Song Contest 2022!

Serbia: The results of the second semi-final of “Pesma za Evroviziju 2022”!

Serbia has started the search for its representative and participation for Eurovision 2022. “Pesma za Evroviziju 2022”, as the Serbian national final is now called, consists of two semi-finals. A few minutes ago the second semi-final was completed, with 9 contestants qualifying for the next stage, the grand final, on Saturday 5 March.

The hosts of the show were Dragana Kosjerina and Jovan Radomir, being supported by Kristina Radenković and Stefan Popović in the Green Room.

The eighteen songs competing tonight for a place in Saturday’s final were:

  • Srđan Lazić – “Tražim Te”Εικόνα
  • Julijana Vincan – “Istina I Laži”Εικόνα
  • Marko Nikolić – “Dođi Da Te Volim”Εικόνα
  • Zoe kida – “Bejbi”Εικόνα
  • Orkestar Aleksandra Sofronijevića – “Anđele Moj”Εικόνα
  • CHEGI & Braća Bluz – “Devojko Sa Plamenom U Očima”Εικόνα
  • Euterpa – “Nedostaješ”Εικόνα
  • Dušan Svilar – “Samo Ne Reci Da Voliš”Εικόνα
  • Ivana Vladović & Jovana Stanimirović – “Prijaće Ti”Εικόνα
  • Gift – “Haos”Εικόνα
  • Zejna Murkić – “Nema Te”Εικόνα
  • Sara Jo – “Muškarčina/Zabranjeno Voće”Εικόνα
  • Marija Mirković – “Požuri, Požuri”Εικόνα
  • Rocher Etno Band – “Hajde Sad Nek Svak Peva”Εικόνα
  • Vasco – “Znaš Li”Εικόνα
  • Tijana Dapčević – “Ljubi, Ljubi Doveka”Εικόνα
  • Gramophonedzie – “Počinjem Da Ludim”Εικόνα
  • Naiva – “Skidam”Εικόνα

The results:

The result was determined 50% by the jury and 50% by the televoting community. However, the jury of both semi-finals, according to RTS, will remain anonymous.

The nine acts who qualified, according to the order announced, and their place in the Grand Final’s running order are:

  1. Tijana Dapčević (performing 5th on the Grand Final)
  2. Orkestar Aleksandra Sofronijevića (performing 2nd on the Grand Final)
  3. Zoe Kida (performing 10th on the Grand Final)
  4. Zejna Murkić (performing 4th on the Grand Final)
  5. Gift (performing 3rd on the Grand Final)
  6. Gramophonedzie (performing 7th on the Grand Final)
  7. Sara Jo (performing 11th on the Grand Final)
  8. Naiva (performing 1st on the Grand Final)
  9. CHEGI & Braća Bluz (performing 15th on the Grand Final)

The Grand Final will be transmitted by RTS tomorrow, Saturday 5th March, at 21:00 CET.

Pictures source: RTS

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Norway: Watch the video clip of “Give That Wolf A Banana” by Subwoolfer!

A while ago, the video clip of Norway’s song “Give That Wolf A Banana” by Subwoolfer for Eurovision 2022, was posted on the contest’s official YouTube channel.

We remind you that Subwoolfer won the Norwegian national final, Melodi Grand Prix 2022 and thus the ticket for Turin.

You can watch the official video clip below:

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