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It’s Monika Linkytė for Lithuania

Monika Linkytė won the Lithuanian national final Pabandom iš naujo tonight. She will sing the song “Stay” which is written and composed by Monika herself with Chris Noah. Monika took part before in Eurovision in 2015. Together with Vaidis Baumila she sang “This time”. The duo reached the final back in those days and became 18th there.

Lithuania will perform in the half of the semifinal.

Here are the full results of the Lithuanian final:

  1. Monika Linkytė, “Stay”, 22 pts.
  2. Rūta Mur, “So low”, 22 pts.
  3. Beatrich, “Like a movie”, 16 pts.
  4. Petunija, “Love of my life”, 11 pts.
  5. Paulina Paukštaitytė, “Let me think about me”, 11 pts.
  6. Gabrielus Vagelis, “Sauksmas”, 10 pts.
  7. MoonBee, “Rumor”, 8 pts.
  8. Justė Kraujelytė, “Need more fun”, 6 pts.
  9. Mario Junes, “Do what you do”, 5 pts.
  10. Il senso, “Sparnai”, 5 pts.

 

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