It'll all start with Moldova where no less than 93 songs were entered for the national selection. Only 25 were selected for their final. Who will win the right to represent their country in Düsseldorf? Find out on Saturday!
Next up is Ukraine picking their entry. 21 acts are still in the running to become Ukraine's next Eurovision Song Contest entry. Who will win their ticket? See it on Saturday!
Just five minutes later, Latvia starts their national selection, Eirodziesma 2011. A total of eleven songs will now participate in the big final which will take place in Ventspils tonight!
Now it's time for Denmark, starting at 20:30 CET! Danish broadcaster DR has revealed it's ten acts that will compete in the Dansk Melodi Grand Prix at Ballerup Super Arena on Saturday. Who will win? You'll find out on Saturday!
The last two national selections on Saturday are held in Estonia and Serbia.
Estonia decided to go another way this year and introduced two semi-finals, concluding a final many call the best in years. Ten have qualified and now it's up to a professional jury and ultimately the viewers to make their choice who will win their national selection.
Last up tonight is Serbia with their national selection. Three family members will all compete with each other to try and win the Serbian ticket to Düsseldorf!
In addition to Saturday's finals of national selections, Sweden will have their fourth semi-final of Melodifestivalen and Croatia will broadcast its sixth semi-final as well!
But it doesn't stop on Saturday - two more countries will pick their entries on Sunday!
Slovenia is up first, with 10 candidates in the competition. During the show, a jury will select two super-finalists out of the ten acts. The winner of the two acts will be selected by televoting.
Ending the Super Weekend is the national selection of FYR Macedonia, 20 are still in the game to become the country's participant in Düsseldorf. Who will win? All will be decided as the last big bang of the Super Weekend!
But it started on Thursday!
Actually, it kicked off on Thursday when Lithuania made their choice. After three semi-finals, three wildcards and one web-qualified finalist, 13 will competed for a chance to represent the country.
Next up was Turkey, who will releaved their entry by the band Yüksek Sadakat on Friday, 25th of February. It was all be broadcast from the Istanbul Tepebasi Studios.
On the same day, one of this year's returning countries, Austria, had their go at picking their entry. It was a game between 10 acts to win their ticket to Düsseldorf.
The 56th Eurovision Song Contest will take place on the 10th, 12th and 14th of May in the German city of Düsseldorf.