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Watch Live This Weekend: Show Links for Super Saturday

19 February 2021 at 15:00 CET
Images of the OB truck during the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest Stijn Smulders
It’s another massive weekend for fans of the Eurovision Song Contest with at least 3 entries being revealed before Sunday morning.

Finland, Norway and Spain make their final decision on Saturday, while Estonia, Portugal and Sweden progress with their semi-finals. Here's all you need to know and how to watch the shows online.

🇪🇪 Eesti Laul 18:30 CET (ETV or online)

🇳🇴 Melodi Grand Prix 19:55 CET ⭐️ (NRK or online)

🇸🇪 Melodifestivalen 20:00 CET (SVT or online)

🇫🇮 Uuden Musiikin Kilpailu
20:00 CET ⭐️ (YLE or online in Finnish, Swedish, English and Russian)

🇪🇸 Destino Eurovisión 22:00 CET ⭐️ (La 1, TVE International or online)

🇵🇹 Festival da Canção 22:00 CET (RTP or online)

(⭐️ = artist/song will be chosen)

🇫🇮 Finland: Can Aksel rebook flights for Rotterdam?

Finland will chose their representative for the Eurovision Song Contest on Saturday 20 February. The artists competing in Uuden Musiikin Kilpailu (UMK) are:

  • Oskr - Lie
  • Teflon Brothers x Pandora - I Love You
  • Danny - Sinä Päivänä Kun Kaikki Rakastaa Mua
  • Laura - Play
  • Aksel - Hurt
  • Blind Channel - Dark Side
  • Ilta - Kelle Mä Soitan

Aksel returns to UMK after winning last year, and having found her way out of Verona via Tallinn, Laura (two-time Eurovision representative for Estonia) will make her debut at Finland's premier music competition.

The finalists of UMK 2021, Finland's national selection for the Eurovision Song Contest Yle/Milla Määttä, Mona Salminen

Broadcast time: Saturday 20 February 20:00 CET

Where to watch: YLE (In Finland) or online in Finnish, Swedish, English and Russian

🇳🇴 Norway: Strong line-up for grand final

After 5 semi-finals and a 'last chance' spectacular, it's time for the final of Norway's Melodi Grand Prix.

Will KEiiNO toast a "Monument-al" second victory or can Monday's wildcard Jorn rock the vote in his favour? With such a strong line-up get ready for an exciting show.

  • Atle Pettersen - World On Fire
  • Raylee - Hero
  • Stavangerkameratene - Who I Am
  • KIIM - My Lonely Voice
  • Blåsemafian feat. Hazel - Let Loose
  • Emmy - Witch Woods
  • TIX - Fallen Angel
  • Kaja Rode - Feel Again
  • Rein Alexander - Eyes Wide Open
  • IMERIKA - I Can't Escape
  • KEiiNO - Monument
  • Jorn - Faith Bloody Faith

Broadcast time: Saturday 20 February 19:55 CET

Where to watch: NRK (In Norway) or online

🇪🇸 Spain: 'Voy A Quedarme' or 'Memoria' for Blas Cantó

After the cancelation of the Eurovision Song Contest 2020, Spain's contestant Blas was offered the chance to return by broadcaster RTVE. In Destino Eurovisión Team Cantó showcase his two potential entries for the 65th Contest.

  • Voy A Quedarme
  • Memoria

The two songs are already available on several streaming platforms and online voting has been open since 10 February.

Blas Cantó will represent Spain in 2021 Javier Gonzalez

Broadcast time: Saturday 20 February 22:00 CET

Where to watch: La 1 (Spain), TVE International (outside Spain) or online

🇪🇪 Estonia: Uku and Jüri looking to do the double

On Thursday 18 February, the first 6 acts qualified for the final of Eesti Laul, the Estonian selection show for the world's biggest music contest. This Saturday, another 6 acts will progress to the final.

The line-up includes former Eesti Laul champions Uku Suviste (2020) and Jüri Pootsmann (2016) both on the hunt for victory number two.

Uku Suviste won Eesti Laul in 2020 Aurelia Minev/ERR

These acts will compete for a place in the final:

  • Sissi - Time
  • Gram-Of-Fun - Lost In A Dance
  • Kadri Voorand - Energy
  • Helen - Nii kõrgele
  • Redel - Tartu
  • Rahel - Sunday Night
  • Uku Haasma - Kaos
  • Heleza - 6
  • Uku Suviste - The Lucky One
  • Alabama Watchdog - Alabama Watchdog
  • Jüri Pootsmann - Magus Melanhoolia
  • Suured Tüdrukud - Heaven’s Not That Far Tonight

Broadcast time: Saturday 20 February 18:30 CET

Where to watch: ETV (Estonia) or online

🇸🇪 Sweden: A Eurovision legend returns to 'Melfest'

SVT's Melodifestivalen continues with the third semi-final on Saturday 20 February. Previous shows have seen Dotter, Anton Ewald, Danny Saucedo and Arvingarna qualify for the final while four other acts will have to navigate the "Second Chance" round on 6 March.

Get ready for the "glitter och glamor" as fans celebrate the return of Eurovision Song Contest 1999 champion Charlotte Perrelli. She will perform her song Still Young at the top of the show.

This is the full line-up for Saturdays show:

  • Charlotte Perrelli - Still Young
  • Emil Assergård - Om Allting Skiter Sig
  • Klara Hammarström - Beat Of Broken Hearts
  • Mustasch - Contagious
  • Elisa - Den Du Är
  • Alvaro Estrella - Baila Baila
  • Tusse - Voices

Broadcast time: Saturday 20 February 20:00 CET

Where to watch: SVT (in Sweden and its neighbouring countries) or online.

🇵🇹 Portugal: The search begins for a second win

Portugal will be hoping to discover another Amar Pelos Dois as the first semi-final of Festival da Canção kicks off on Saturday 20 February with performances from 10 hopeful acts.

  • The Black Mamba – Love is on My Side
  • Valéria – Na Mais Profunda Saudade
  • mema. – Claro Como Água
  • Nadine – Cheguei Aqui
  • Miguel Marôco – Girassol
  • Fábia Maia – Dia Lindo
  • IRMA – Livros
  • Karetus & Romeu Bairos – Saudade
  • Sara Afonso – Contramão
  • IAN – Mundo

Only 5 acts will be voted through to the final on 6 March.

Broadcast time: Saturday 20 February 22:00 CET

Where to watch: RTP (in Portugal) or online.

Are you ready for a Eurovision marathon on our first Super Saturday of the season? If you start with Eesti Laul at 18:30 CET it's possible to watch national final content for at least 6 hours.