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Lithuania: Pabandom iš naujo 2023 starts

Lithuania starts with their national selections for the Eurovision Song Contest, Pabandom iš naujo. The first quarter final will be held tonight at 20.00 and can be watched here and on YouTube. Out of 15 songs, 10 will head to the semifinals. The songs of tonight are:

  1. Aistė Pilvelytė sings “We’re not running”
  2. Joseph June sings “Vacuum”
  3. Il Senso sings “Spamai”
  4. W.I. sings “You can not”
  5. Multiks sings “London”
  6. Luknė sings “Paradise”
  7. Gabrielus Vagelis sings “Šauksmas”
  8. Alen Chicco sings “Do you”
  9. Rūta Mur sings “So low”
  10. Justin3 ft. DJ AusufYno sing “Not giving up”
  11. Baiba sings “When the lights go out”
  12. Justa Rubežiūtė sings “When I’ll find”
  13. Noy sings “Destiny’s Child”
  14. Paulina Paukštaitytė sings “Let me think about me”
  15. Justė Kraujelytė sings “Need more fun”

 

Aistė Pilvelytė participated in 1999, was 11th in 2004, 9th in 2005, 6th in 2006, 3rd in 2007, 2nd in 2008, 2nd in 2010, reached the 3rd round in 2014, 4th in 2016, 2nd in 2017, 5th in 2020.
Joseph June reached the semifinals in 2022.
Multiks was 14th in 2012 and took part in the semifinals in 2013.
Gabrielus Vagelis took part in 2013 (semifinals), 2017 (5th), 2020 (semifinals), 2021 (semifinals).
Alen Chicco took part in 2019 (5th) and 2020 (semifinal).
Justin3 participated in 2017 (heats), 2018 (heats) and 2022 (quarter finals).
Baiba sang before in 2013 (heats) and 2016 (heats).
Justė Kraujelytė was there last year and became 6th.

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