I hope they will bring diversity and more catchy songs. Give us some awesome music and talented artists. Cmon Germany, you can make it...Mainshow wrote:Yeah but also band of different genres which is very interesting and refreshing to see. + Ivy (the first The Voice of Germany winner) is very talented, love her voice! She just needs the right song to shine, in my opinion.heppolo wrote:Germany with their national selection brings in some TV talent show contestants yet again
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I really really like thisMainshow wrote:And here it is! HAPPY ESC Season (and Merry Christmas, Ukmix!)
Personally, I think it's one of Albania's best efforts. It's melodic and almost anthemic! I hope they won't ruin the song's essence by making changes so that the song meets the Eurovision rules.Mainshow wrote: ALBANIA
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Yes and no.KokoCollino wrote:But the songs will be written in writing camps right?
I agree. I do hope there is someone with stage charisma (this is one of the main problems in recent DE entries) and a catchy song that stands out.Tansike wrote:So the contestants of the german pre-selection were revealed and there is the current The Voice winner and a former The Voice winner, plus a few unknown names. I‘m glad they‘re going back with contestants having their own songs instead of last years mess.
Catarina Furtado, Daniela Ruah, Filomena Cautela e Sílvia Alberto foram as quatro mulheres escolhidas para apresentar o Festival Eurovisão da Canção 2018, cujas semifinais se realizam nos dias 8 e 10 de maio e final a 12 de maio.
A escolha das apresentadoras, que partilharão o palco frente a uma audiência esperada de mais de 200 milhões de espectadores, é da responsabilidade da RTP e da União Europeia de Radiodifusão.
Recorde-se que a edição deste ano da Eurovisão decorre em Lisboa devido ao facto de Portugal ter sido o vencedor de 2017 com "Amar Pelos Dois" de Salvador Sobral. Os bilhetes para a final, que decorre na Altice Arena, estão à venda, custando entre €35,00 e €200,00.
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It's good to have Amir as a recent success story as well.Mainshow wrote:The French preselection is a huge success. It was watched by 2.5 million people. That's basically how many people tuned in in 2014 to watch the grand final of the Eurovision Song Contest xD. The French people seem to finally love it as well