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Eurovision 2022: Watch the Live-on-Tape performance of Spain, Germany and France!

The live-on-tape of the countries that participated in the 66th Eurovision Song Contest in May in Turin will be shown this year through the official Eurovision channel on YouTube.

From June 14 to 23, Eurofans will have the opportunity to watch the live-on-tape appearances of about thirty of the forty countries that took part in this year’s contest.

Today, as it is understood, the presentations of the live-on-tape appearances are completed, as today is Big-5’s turn. Thus, we have the opportunity to see the appearances of Spain, Germany and France and we will not see United Kingdom and Italy.

  •  Watch the Live-on-Tape performance of  SloMoby Chanel:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TmRIQ-JSFuE

  •  Watch the Live-on-Tape performance of  Rockstarsby Malik Harris:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HLlLMBtoTGU

  • 🇫🇷 Watch the Live-on-Tape performance of “Fulenn” by Alvan & Ahez

https://youtu.be/qAmZVnPXZN8

Watch the previously published Live-on-Tape videos:

What do you think about the Live-on-Tape videos of Eurovision 2022? Do you like them or do you prefer the live performances?

Stay tuned on Eurovisionfun for all the news regarding the Eurovision Song Contest!


 

Germany: Grand Final of Germany 12 Points tonight!

Its representative in Eurovision 2022 is chosen by Germany tonight, with the conduct of Germany 12 Points.

The leaders of the German state radio and television have decided to return this year to the form of a national final, through which the German representative will be selected in the 66th Eurovision Song Contest. So, after months of preparation, it is time for the German national final.

Contestants

Six artists are taking part in the Germany 12 Points final, with the winner of tonight’s show representing Germany in Turin in May.

The six finalists are:

  1. Malik Harris – Rockstars
  2. Maël & Jonas – “I Swear To God”
  3. Eros Atomus – Alive
  4. Emily Roberts – Soap
  5. Felicia Lu –Anxiety
  6. Nico Suave & Team LiebeHallo Welt

The winner of the Germany 12 Points will be chosen exclusively by the German public, through an online voting, which started on February 28, but also a voting via SMS and telephone, with the telephone lines being open today from the beginning of the final onwards.

Germany 12 Points will be presented by Barbara Schöneberger.

The German national final starts at 21:00 CET and will last one and a half hours. You can watch it through the ARD Das Erste website by clicking HERE.

Stay tuned to Eurovision Fun for all the developments related to Germany’s participation in Eurovision 2022!

Germany: The participants and songs of “Germany 12 Points” have been revealed!

Germany‘s national broadcaster, NDR, has just revealed the artists and songs that will compete in Germany 12 Points, the country’s national final for Eurovision 2022.

A panel of experts selected the 6 best proposals from 944 submitted songs, to compete in the final. This panel consists of executives from Bayern3, Antenne Brandenburg, Bremen 4, HR 3, MDR Jump, NDR 2, SR 1, SWR 3 and WDR 2. All of them belong to the regional broadcasting network of the German radio and television. The panel also includes Alexandra Wolfslast, head of the German delegation in the competition.

The entries of Germany 12 Points are as follows :

You can listen to each song by clicking on the title

  1. Eros Atomus – Alive
  2. Felicia Lu – Anxiety
  3. Emily Roberts – Soap
  4. Maël & JonasI Swear To God
  5. Nico Suave & Team Liebe – Hallo Welt
  6. Malik Harris – Rockstars

The winner of Germany 12 Points, who will go on to represent the country in Turin, will be decided exclusively by the public, through an online voting, commencing on February 28, and on the night of the final (Friday, March 4) , via SMS and telephone.

The final, where the candidates will perform their songs live, will be presented by Barbara Schöneberger.

Germany finished in 25th place last year, with Jendrik performing the song “I Don’t Feel Hate“. The German participation received 3 points from the juries and zero from the audience.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1m0VEAfLV4E

Source: Eurovision.de

Which song do you think is the best choice for Germany this year? Write us in the comments and stay tuned to Eurovisionfun for news regarding Germany’s participation in Eurovision 2022!

Germany: “ESC vor acht” to promote National Final!

ARD, the Germany broadcaster, announced the beggining of eight short length shows for the promotion of their national final this year.

The name of those shows is “ESC vor acht”, which means Eurovision before eight, and they will be broadcasted for eight days at 20:15. The show will promote “Germany 12 points” and will also show the history of Germany in the Eurovision Song Contest.

“ESC vor acht” will be on the German TV those dates:

  • Monday 21 February 2022
  • Tuesday 22 February 2022
  • Wednesday 23 February 2022
  • Thursday 24 February 2022
  • Tuesday 1 March 2022
  • Wednesdasy 2 March 2022
  • Thursday 3 March 2022

The main goals that the channel wants to achieve with those shows is to promote online voting, which will start at February 28 until March 4, and also make Eurovision more appealing to older people, that’s why the shows will be broadcasted before the news.

The German National Final, “Germany 12 points”, will happen at the 10th of March and the participants would have already been revealed at the 10th of February.

In 2021, the country was represented by Jendrik and the song “I don’t feel hate” which achieved the 25th place with only 3 points.

Stay tuned in Eurovisionfun for all the latest news!

Source: Eurovoix

Germany: “Lied für Turin” is expected to take place at the beginning of March!

It looks like ARD has come to a conclusion that they will show the German preliminary round “Lied für Turin” within the first half of March.

Counting five placements below the 25th position, in the last six years of the Eurovision Song Contest, Germany has to step things up in the future. The German broadcaster has received harsh criticism, therefore, all the parties involved with Eurovision are now carefully planning their next steps towards Turin.

As announced two months ago by the Bavarian station Bayern3, that belongs to the wider network of ARD, “Lied für Turin” format returns. The Bavarian state radio invited all interested parties to submit their proposed entries, that could represent Germany at Eurovision 2022 by the 30th of November.

The Selection

According to Bayern3, the submitted songs will be examined by a relevant committee, which will then select the five entries that will compete in the grand final of “Lied für Turin”. This committee consists of executives of Bayern3, Antenne Brandenburg, Bremen 4, HR 3, MDR Jump, NDR 2, SR 1, SWR 3 and WDR 2, members of the German broadcasting network.

The big winner of the German national final will represent Germany in the 66th Eurovision Song Contest.

The information about the date of the German national final comes from a newly added job listing that came up yesterday, which shows that they are in search of an assistant receptionist for the beginning of March at the venue where “Lied für Turin” will take place in Berlin. However, ARD has not confirmed the exact date of the show so far.

Last year, Germany came 25th, with Jendrik performing his song “I Don’t Feel Hate”. The German entry received only 3 points from the jury voting and none from the televoting.

Πηγή: ESCKompakt