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Germany: which Lena song will go to Düsseldorf?


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Posted 18 Febuary, 2011, 0:09

After having held two semi-finals on private channel Pro7, the grand final will take place on ARD's main channel Das Erste tonight, live from the TV-studios in Cologne. The show will start at 20:15h CET and is expected to last for 2 hours.
Twelve songs were presented in the two semi-finals, but only six qualified for the final tonight which are:
  • Maybe (composed by Daniel Schaub & Pär Lammers)
  • Taken By A Stranger (composed by Gus Seyffert, Nicole Morier & Monica Birkenes)
  • What Happened To Me (composed by Lena Meyer-Landrut & Stefan Raab)
  • A Million And One (composed by Errol Rennalls & Stavros Ioannou)
  • Push Forward (composed by Daniel Schaub & Pär Lammers)
  • Mama Told Me (composed by Lena Meyer-Landrut & Stefan Raab)
The decision will be in the hand of the TV audience at home as only televote will prevail.
The jury in tonight's final consists of Lena's mentor Stefan Raab as chairman, TV hostess Babara Schöneberger and Adel Tawil, lead singer of Ich & Ich, a popular German band. The jury will comment on the six songs, but won't have any voting rights.
The presenters of the show will be Sabine Heinrich and Matthias Opdenhövel who already presented the semi-finals.
Lena won the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest in Oslo with Satellite getting the maximum points both from the televote and the national juries.
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