Three countries picked their participants for the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest, bringing the total number of selected acts to eighteen.
Kate Miller-Heidke was crowned the winner of the first-ever national televised selection show Eurovision - Australia Decides. She will thus represent Australia at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest in May.
Italy concluded its Sanremo Festival
Montenegro's vizija for Tel Aviv
National final qualifiers
After three heats, A Dal is in semi-final territory. Nine artists performed in tonight's show, but only 4 acts were able to qualify for the final. The jury consisted of Both Miklós, Mező Misi, Vincze Lilla and Nagy Feró. The acts that still have a shot at winning Hungary's ticket to Tel Aviv, are:
The national selection Eurovizijos Atranka saw 12 acts perform their entries, with just four continuing to the final on the 23rd of February. These artists are still in the running towards becoming the Lithuanian representative at the 64th Eurovision Song Contest:
Six of the twelve artists that participated in tonight's second semi-final, were able to qualify for next week's final. The six lucky contenders that are still in the running for the ticket to Tel Aviv are:
The second semi-final of Melodifestivalen, the Swedish national selection for 2019 Eurovision Song Contest, has taken place in Malmö. Two of the show's seven participants proceed to the final and two to the second-chance round, Andra Chansen.
The full televoting results put Malou Prydz with I Do Me and Hanna Ferm & Liamoo with Hold You directly in the final, while Andreas Johnson and Vlad Reiser have been given a second chance. In one week, the third semi-final will take place in Leksand, with a further seven acts competing for two more spots in the final in Stockholm on the 9th of March.
Vidbir returns next Saturday with the second semi-final.