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🇱🇹 Lithuania: 2nd episode of Eurovizija LT

Tonight is the night: the first episode of the Lithuanian preselection Eurovizija LT will be held. The show will exist of 5 semifinals, each with 8 songs. Two songs will head to the final.

The show will start at 20.00 CET and you can watch it here or at the LRT app. These are the 8 competing songs of tonight:

  1. Andrius Pojavis, “Sing me a hug”
  2. Eley, “Rock my body”
  3. Deividas Valma, “Blood on your hands”
  4. Aistè, “Hero”
  5. Zalvarinis, “Gaudė vėjai”
  6. Paula Urbana, “It is what it is”
  7. Thomas G, “Us”
  8. Multiks, “Vėjas galvoje”

 

With the song “Something”, Andrius Pojavis represented Lithuania in the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest.
Eley took part in 2011 (semifinal), 2013 (heats), 2016 (heats), 2018 (heats).
Multiks participated in 2012 (14th), 2013 (heats) and 2023 (quarter final).


Andrius Pojavis sings “Something” in 2013.

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