Eurovision 2019 – Final

Congratulations to the winner of the 2019 edition of the Eurovision Song Contest, Duncan Laurence from The Netherlands!

Duncan Laurence – Arcade – Eurovision 2019 winner

Personally, I’m kind of disappointed with the results, but oh well. Also, congratulations to Italy and Russia for winning the second and third place, respectively.

Let me know, in the comments section, what you thought about this edition of the European song contest Eurovision. Who were you rooting for? Are you satisfied with the winner?

Eurovision 2019 – second semifinal

The second semifinal of the 2019 edition of the European song content has just ended. The countries that took part in this semifinal were:

1. Armenia: Serbic – Going Out
2. Ireland: Sarah McTernan – 22
3. Moldova: Ana Odobescu – Stay
4. Switzerland: Luke Hanni – She has me
5. Latvia: carousel – That night
6. Romania: Ester Peony – On Sunday
7. Denmark: Leonora – Love is forever
8. Sweden: John Lundwick – Too late for love
9. Austria: PÆNDA – Boundaries
10. Croatia: Rocco – Dream
11. Malta: Michelle – Chameleon
12. Lithuania: Yuri Veklenko – Run with the Lions
13. Russia: Sergei Lazarev – A scream
14. Albania: Yonida Maliqi – Kethek Tokes
15. Norway: KEiiNO – Spirit in the sky
16. Netherlands: Duncan Lawrence – Arcade
17. Northern Macedonia: Tamara Todevska – Gordana
18. Azerbaijan: Genghis – The Truth

The 10 acts that earned the most points and qualified to participate in the final on Saturday are:

  1. North Macedonia – Tamara Todevska with Proud
  2. The Netherlands – Duncan Laurence with Arcade
  3. Albania – Jonida Maliqi with Ktheju tokës
  4. Sweden – John Lundvik with Too Late For Love
  5. Russia – Sergey Lazarev with Scream
  6. Azerbaijan – Chingiz with Truth
  7. Denmark – Leonora with Love Is Forever
  8. Norway – KEiiNO with Spirit In The Sky
  9. Switzerland – Luca Hänni with She Got Me
  10. Malta – Michela with Chameleon

My favorite song that did not qualify is:

Moldova’s Stay by Ana Odobescu

My favorite song from the ones that made it to the final is:

North Macedonia’s Proud by Tamara Todevska

Let me know who were your favorites in the comments below. Were you disappointed by the results? Even if I was not a fan of Romania’s entry, I am kind of disappointed that my country did not make it into the final. Share your thoughts about the second semifinal.

Eurovision 2019 – first semifinal

The first semifinal of the 2019 edition of the European song content has just ended. The countries that took part in this semifinal were:

  1. Cyprus – Tamta with Replay
  2. Montenegro – D Mol with Heaven
  3. Finland – Darude feat. Sebastian Rejman with Look Away
  4. Poland – Tulia with Fire of Love (Pali się)
  5. Slovenia – Zala Kralj & Gašper Šantl with Sebi
  6. Czech Republic – Lake Malawi with Friend Of A Friend
  7. Hungary – Joci Pápa with Az Én Apám
  8. Belarus – ZENA with Like It
  9. Serbia – Nevene Božović with Kruna
  10. Belgium – Eliot with Wake Up
  11. Georgia – Oto Nemsadze with Keep On Going
  12. Australia – Kate Miller-Heidke with Zero Gravity
  13. Iceland – Hatari with Hatrið mun sigra
  14. Estonia – Victor Crone with Storm
  15. Portugal – Conan Osiris with Telemóveis
  16. Greece – Katerine Duska with Better Love
  17. San Marino – Serhat with Say Na Na Na

The 10 acts that earned the most points and qualified to participate in the final on Saturday are:

  1. Greece – Katerine Duska
  2. Belarus – Zena
  3. Serbia – Nevena Bozovic
  4. Cyprus – Tamta
  5. Estonia – Victor Crone
  6. Czech Republic – Lake Malawi
  7. Australia – Kate Miller-Heidke
  8. Iceland – Hatari
  9. San Marino – Serhat
  10. Slovenia – Zala Kralj and Gašper Šantl

My favorite song that did not qualify is:

Montenegro’s Heaven by D Mol

My favorite song from the ones that made it to the final is:

Belarus’ Better Love by Katerine Dusca:

Let me know who were your favorites in the comments below. Were you disappointed by the results? Share your thoughts about the first semifinal.

Romania’s entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2019

Romania’s national selection for this year’s edition of the Eurovision Song Contest has taken place on the 17th of February 2019, having the slogan “Fulfill the dream!”. The winner is Ester Peony, who performed the song “On a Sunday”, which she had written together with Alexandru Șerbu and Ioana Victoria Badea. The song was selected through a national final organized by the Romanian broadcaster Televiziunea Română (TVR).
Prior to the 2019 Contest, Romania had participated in the Eurovision Song Contest nineteen times since its first entry in 1994.

You can find her performance below. Let me know what you think about it in the comments section. Also, feel free to share if you would vote for her in the Eurovision Contest, and the entries of which countries you have particularly enjoyed this year.