The Eurovision calendar is our version of the telly guide that comes in the weekend papers. Except it's here all the time. 24/7, just like we are.
From 191 songs there is now only one. Slovenian broadcaster RTV SLO has confirmed that Ana Soklič‘s song for Eurovision 2021 has been selected. The song will be presented at EMA 2021, which will otherwise be a celebration of Slovenia’s 60 years at Eurovision.
EMA 2021 will be hosted by comedian Nejc Šmit and singer Lea Sirk.
Ten songs compete for five places in the 6 March Grand Final. Tonight, we're in the capable presenting hands of Tânia Ribas de Oliveira and José Carlos Malato.
|1||Da Chick||"I Got Music"|
|5||Joana Alegre||"Joana do mar"|
|6||Pedro Gonçalves||"Não vou ficar"|
|7||Ana Tereza||"Com um abraço"|
|8||Carolina Deslandes||"Por um triz"|
|9||Graciela||"A vida sem acontecer"|
|10||NEEV||"Dancing in the Stars"|
A single jury and the public televote will decide which songs will advance to the final. In case of a tie, the professional jury will decide which ones advance.
Get ready for an even longer night.
The 20 big artists perform again. There's a vote from the press jury, but nobody gets handed a ticket home.
If that's not enough, you'll also hear the four shortlisted 'newcomer' entries. They'll be whittled down to one after a three-way split vote between televoters, the press jury and that weird Sanremo thing - a demoscopic jury.
This year, eight songs are on offer (down from the usual ten) - and they were announced on the 10th February
|Højt over skyerne||
Chief 1 & Thomas Buttenschøn
|Står lige her||Emma Nicoline|
|Øve os på hinanden||Fyr & Flamme|
|Everything Is Alright||Mike Tramp|
|Hvileløse hjerter||Nanna Olivia|
|Silver Bullet||The Cosmic Twins|