Czechia: ESCZ Final arranged for December 4!

Czechia will select its representative for the Eurovision Song Contest 2024 on 4 December at 19:30 (CET).

Czech Television announced today that their entry for Eurovision 2024 will be selected next month. ESCZ 2024 will take place on 4 December at ROXY in Prague, with Adam Misik returning as host. More details will be announced by the broadcaster tomorrow.

What is new?

The ESCZ is once again the National Final, but with a new feature. From this year, singers are not required to have Czech citizenship. This means that artists from Slovakia who live permanently in the Czech Republic and contribute to its music scene can also compete.


Lasy year Vesna came 10th on the Grand Final with the song “My Sister’s Crown”.

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Czechia:No musical instruments on the Eurovision stage!

The Czech representatives of this year’s Eurovision,Vesna,clarified that their upcoming Eurovision performance of their song “My Sister’s Crown” will not feature any musical instruments.

The Czech folk band,which consists of 6 members,revealed on the newscast of the public broadcaster Czech TV that their final Eurovision performance will radically differ from the Pre-Parties’ one without unveiling any further details.

The viewers were also shown an extract of Vesna’s rehearsals for their Liverpool performance.

You can watch their interview here.

You can watch our team’s reaction video for the Czech entry here:

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Source:Czech TV




Czech Republic: Submission window for Eurovision 2023 is now open!

Ceska Televize, the public broadcaster of Czech Republic, opened the submission window for their selection for Eurovision 2023.

Once again, the Czech representative will be chosen through the national final ESCZ. Songs are accepted in their demo forms, while the deadlone is on December 8 at 23:59 CET.

Participants can be of any nationality, however the main singer must have Czech citizenship, and in case of a duet, at least one singer must be from the Czech Republic. One artist can send multiple songs. As always, the songs must not be published in any form until September 1st, 2022.

Three finalists will be selected for the national selection and will perform their songs live. The winner of the national selection will be decided by Czech and foreign fans (using voting in the official ESC application) and an expert jury. More information will be released over the next few days.

Finally, Ceska Televize stated that they have every right to cancel the national final, if for any reason they are unable to participate in Eurovision 2023.

The previous winner of ESCZ and Czech Republic’s representative in Eurovision 2022 were We Are Domi with the “Lights Off“ who ended up in 20th place in the Grand Final, while on the same time he brough their country back to the final after a non-qualification in 2021:

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Czech Republic: The Live-on-Tape video of We Are Domi will not be published!

After the Netherlands, the public broadcaster of Czech Republic, gave out the news of them not giving permission to EBU to publish the live-on-tape video of their representatives for Eurovision 2022.

The news were confirmed by the head of press of the Czech delegation through a tweet. Czech Republic was represented by We Are Domi and the song “Lights Off”. The group finished  fourth in the second semi-final, but ended up 22nd in the Grand Final with 38 points.

From June 14 to June 23, the live-on-tape videos for Eurovision 2022 will be published in the official YouTube channel of Eurovision. Those performances were recorded prior to the contest and they would have been used in case the delegation was unable to travel to Turin due to COVID-19 restrictions or if a member of the delegation was diagnosed with COVID while in Turin and couldn’t perform in the live shows.

You can watch the first six live-on-tape videos in our articles:

About 30 live-on-tapes will be published, knowing that Ukraine was excluded from the need of recording one due to the war, but also the Nethebrlands and the Czech Republic decided not to broadcast their videos, seven more countries have not given their permission to publish the videos in question.

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Estonia – Czech Republic: Τanel Padar and Taťána Kuchařová revealed as Eurovision 2022 spokespersons!

Today ERR and ČT revealed who will announce the 12 points for Estonia and Czech Republic. The Estonian jury’s results will be announced by Τanel Padar, while the Czech jury’s results will be announced by Taťána Kuchařová.

Tanel represented Estonia alongside Dave Benton and 2XL in 2001 with the song “Everybody”. They won the contest, giving Estonia their first and so far only victory. Tanel also hosted the first quarter-final of Eesti Laul 2022.

Actress, dancer, model, and Miss World 2006 Taťána Kuchařová has been revealed as the person that will be revealing the results of the Czech jury in the final of Eurovision 2022. Since 2006 she has gone on to be a UN Sustainable Development Goals Ambassador. This will be the second year running that Taťána has revealed the results of the Czech jury.

Also, Eurovision 2022 spokespersons have been announced for the following countries:
  • Austria – Philipp Hansa
  • Belgium – David Jeanmotte
  • Bulgaria – Janan Dural
  • Croatia – Monika Lelas Halambek
  • Finland – Aksel
  • France – Élodie Gossuin
  • Georgia – Helen Kalandadze
  • Greece – Stefania
  • Iceland – Árný Fjóla Ásmundsdóttir
  • Ireland – Linda Martin
  • Israel – Daniel Styopin
  • Italy – Carolina Di Domenico
  • Lithuania – Vaidotas Valiukevičius
  • Montenegro – Zombijana Bones
  • Netherlands – Jeangu Macrooy
  • Portugal – Tatanka
  • Slovenia – Lorella Flego
  • Spain – Nieves Álvarez
  • Sweden – Dotter
  • Ukraine – Kateryna Pavlenko
  • United Kingdom – AJ Odudu

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Eurovision 2022: Czech Republic’s Second Rehearsal

The last country to get on stage for their second rehearsal, with delay due to problems during the Swedish rehearsal, is the Czech Republic. Despite their effort, the We Are Domi band, didn’t manage to make an impact on the betting odds. In their first rehearsal, they were dressed in black and gold colours and the stadium was full of lights, giving the impression of being in a big night club.

The Second Rehearsal

The performance starts with a close-up on the DJ’s systems and then on the face of the lead singer, who’s on the floor. On the second round, the close-up is directly on the lead singer. The band wears the same out-fit as in the first rehearsal. Ancient Greek statues appear on the LED screens, that at some point break and the stage floods with flickering lights, giving the impression of a night club. The guitarist plays his custom-made cello-string guitar on stage with a bow.

Vocally the singer was excellent and the whole rehearsal completed with zero problems.

Watch the exclusive clip of the second rehearsal through the cameras:


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Czech Republic: Listen to the final version of “Lights Off” by We Are Domi!

We Are Domi, the representatives of the Czech Republic, released the final version of “Lights Off” for the Eurovision Song Contest 2022 in Turin

The final version was heard for the first time in the Romanian final where We Are Domi were invited on March 5. 

Today the song was released on all digital music platforms.

Listen below to the final version of “Lights Off”:

The music video for the Czech entry will be released later this week on March 18, the location of filming the video took place in Prague.

Czech Republic has been drawn to compete in the second half of the second semifinal  (positions 10-18).

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Czech Republic: Listen to the 2021 entry!

The song which is going to be the 9th entry of the Czech Republic at Eurovision was released today. After the cancelation of the 2020 edition, the representation of the central European nation was tasked once again to Benny Cristo.

The title of the song is Omaga written in English including one line in the Czech language.

Below you can listen to the 2021 entry of Czechia!! Will they have a better chance for a high place this year? Let us know in the comments!!