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🇩🇪 🇮🇱 Updates on Germany and Israel

Germany

Ich Will Zum ESC! is the first part of the German national selection. Under the lead of Conchita Wurst and Rea Garvey, 16 artists competed for a spot in the german national final.

Auditions, part 1

  1. Christos – Team Conchita
  2. Bibiane – Team Rea
  3. Apollson – eliminated
  4. Anne – Team Conchita
  5. Paul – Team Rea
  6. Jamine – eliminated
  7. Esther – Team Rea

Auditions, part 2

  1. Sophie – Team Conchita
  2. Luca – Team Conchita
  3. Celina – eliminated
  4. Sven – Team Conchita
  5. Marie – eliminated
  6. Béranger – Team Rea
  7. Lynn – eliminated
  8. Florian – Team Rea

Vocal coaching

Here we had groups:

  1. Christos and Sven
  2. Anne, Luca and Sophie
  3. Florian and Bibiane
  4. Esther, Béranger and Paul

Lypsinc challenge

  1. Florian
  2. Bibiane
  3. Béranger
  4. Paul
  5. Luca
  6. Sophie
  7. Sven
  8. Anne

Songwriting challenge

  1. Anne
  2. Bibiane
  3. Florian
  4. Luca
  5. Paul
  6. Sven

The final with Anne, Bibiane, Florian and Luca will be held 8th February.

Israel

Last week we mentioned six remaining artists in Israel. Meanwhile, there are four finalists known.

28 January

This was the last of the so-called top-14 rounds. There were three duels:

  1. Mika Moshe (88%) vs Or Cohen (75%)
  2. Dor Shimon (63%) vs Shai Tamino (72%)
  3. Lian Biran (82%) vs Eden Golan (94%)

Or Cohen and Dor Shimon were saved by the jury,

29 January

This was the semifinal. Out of the remaining 5, one was chosen to head to the final.

  1. Mika Moshe, 84%
  2. Dor Shimon, 80%
  3. Shai Tamino, 62%
  4. Or Cohen, 93%
  5. Eden Golan, 88%

1 February

From the remaining four, three headed to the final.

  1. Mika Moshe, 62 pts
  2. Shai Tamino, 44 pts
  3. Dor Shimon, 46 pts
  4. Eden Golan, 70 pts

 

The final will be held on 6 February.

 

 

 

 

 

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