Eurovision 2019

The highlight of the musical year – Eurovision 2019 is upon us and it’s time for the first semi final!

When Is Eurovision 2019?

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The first semi final takes place on 14th May 20:00 GMT followed by the second semi final on 16th May 20:00 GMT with the grand final on 18th May 20:00 GMT!

From each semi final only 10 acts will qualify to the grand final. The Big Five countries (UK, Italy, France, Spain and Germany) and the host country (Israel) will automatically get to the final.

Semi Final One – My Favourites (10)

Here is who I want to qualify from semi final one and, unlike previous years, these are in a particular order.

Sweden – “Too Late For Love” by John Lundvik

Norway – “Spirit In The Sky” by KEiiNO

Switzerland – “She Got Me” by Luca Hänni

Malta – “Chameleon” by Michela

Lithuania – “Run With The Lions” by Jurij Veklenko

Denmark – “Love Is Forever” by Leonora

Austria – “Limits” by Paenda

Croatia – “The Dream” by Roko

The Netherlands – “Arcade” by Duncan Laurence

Azerbaijan – “Truth” by Chingiz

Semi Final One – My Not So Favourites (8)

Here is who I don’t want to qualify from semi final one and again these are in a particular order.

Russia – “Scream” by Sergey Lazarev

North Macedonia – “Proud” by Tamara Todevska

Armenia – “Walking Out” – Srbuk

Ireland – “22” by Sarah McTernan

Moldova – “Stay” by Anna Odobescu

Latvia – “That Night” by Carousel

Romania – “On A Sunday” Ester Peony

Albania – “Ktheju Tokes” Jonida Maliqi

  Predictions

Here is who I actually think will qualify:

Sweden, Russia, The Netherlands, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Switzerland, Denmark, Malta, Austria

Dare To Dream!

Enjoy Semi Final Two!

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Written by Steve

I’m Steve and live in a village called Alford (home of Emeli Sande & birthplace of the Aberdeen Angus cow) in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. I currently work in the IT industry (yawn) I just want to share my ideas, findings and general reflections with whoever wants to listen.