Search
Close this search box.

Lithuania: 1st semifinal of Pabandom iš Naujo! (Update)

Tonight we will see the first semifinal of the Lithuanian national final “Pabandom iš Naujo!”. You can watch it here and here at 20.00 CET. 9 songs will compete; four out of them will go to the final. The songs are:

  1. Queens of Roses, “Washing machine” 11 pts, 4th
  2. Elonas Pokanevič, “Someday” 5 pts, 9th
  3. Emilijana, “Illuminate” 9 pts, 8th
  4. Joseph June, “Deadly” 10 pts, 5th
  5. Erica Jennings, “Back to myself” 10 pts, 6th
  6. Justė Kraujelytė, “How to get my life back” 22 pts, 1st
  7. Gebrasy, “Into your arms” 18 pts, 3rd
  8. Gintarė Korsakaitė, “Fantasy eyes” 10 pts, 7th
  9. Lolita Zero, “Not your mother” 20 pts, 2nd

The winners are in bold letters.


Gebrasy
 took part in the 2019 semifinal. In 2021 he became 2nd in the final.
Lolita Zero was 4th in 2017.
Gintarė Korsakaitė took part in 2011 and 2013 (semifinal).
Queens of Roses reached the quarterfinal in 2017 and the 4th heat in 2019.
Erica Jennings became 13th in the 2001 Eurovision Song Contest. As a member of the group Skamp she sang “You got style”. She did further attempts to go to Eurovision in 2016 (2nd) and 2019 (in dueth with Jurgis Did, 4th)

Share

Related news

News

Françoise Hardy passed away

This night, the sad news came to us that French singer Françoise Hardy passed away. Hardy represented Monaco in the 1963 Eurovision Song Contest with the song “L’amour s’en va”. Hardy, who was born on January 11 1944, signed her first contract with the record label Disques Vogue in November 1961. In April 1962, shortly after finishing school, she released her first album called “Oh oh Chéri.” The title song was written by Johnny Hallyday’s songwriting team. The song “Tous les garçons et les filles” became very popular and sold 2 million copies. She had long hair, usually wore jeans with a leather jacket, and played the guitar. Because of the success of “Tous les garçons et les filles” and her style, people in the mid-1960s called her ‘France’s answer to The Beatles.’ Hardy sometimes sang in English, Italian, Spanish, and German. In 1963, she represented Monaco at the Eurovision Song Contest with the song “L’amour s’en va” and finished in fifth place. She received the Grand Prix du Disque Académie Charles Cros award in 1968. In May 2000, she made a comeback with the album “Clair Obscur.” Her son played guitar, and her husband sang a duet with her called “Puisque vous partez en voyage.” Iggy Pop and Étienne Daho also took part in the album. Françoise Hardy was already ill for a long time. She was 80 years old. Share

Share
Read More »
News
Martijn

Françoise Hardy passed away

This night, the sad news came to us that French singer Françoise Hardy passed away. Hardy represented Monaco in the 1963 Eurovision Song Contest with the song “L’amour s’en va”. Hardy, who was born on January 11 1944, signed her first contract with the record label Disques Vogue in November 1961. In April 1962, shortly after finishing school, she released her first album called “Oh oh Chéri.” The title song was written by Johnny Hallyday’s songwriting team. The song “Tous les garçons et les filles” became very popular and sold 2 million copies. She had long hair, usually wore jeans with a leather jacket, and played the guitar. Because of the success of “Tous les garçons et les filles” and her style, people in the mid-1960s called her ‘France’s answer to The Beatles.’ Hardy sometimes sang in English, Italian, Spanish, and German. In 1963, she represented Monaco at the Eurovision Song Contest with the song “L’amour s’en va” and finished in fifth place. She received the Grand Prix du Disque Académie Charles Cros award in 1968. In May 2000, she made a comeback with the album “Clair Obscur.” Her son played guitar, and her husband sang a duet with her called “Puisque vous partez en voyage.” Iggy Pop and Étienne Daho also took part in the album. Françoise Hardy was already ill for a long time. She was 80 years old. Share

Share
Read More »