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🇱🇻 Latvia: Supernova starts with semifinal

It’s time for Supernova, the Latvian national final. Tonight, 15 songs will be presented, 10 of which will head to the final next week. The show starts at 20:10 CET and you can watch it here. Below you’ll find the 15 titles:

  1. Agnese Rakovska sings “AI”
  2. Patrīcija Spale sings “Heaven’s raining down on me”
  3. B/H sings “Amsterdam”
  4. Alekss Silvers sings “For the show”
  5. Jar Of Kings sings “Wildfire”
  6. Saint Levića sings “Tick Tock”
  7. Sasha Sil sings “Love is a language”
  8. Papīra Lidmašīnas sings “Mindbreaker”
  9. Avéi sings “Mine”
  10. Ecto sings “Outsider”
  11. Dons sings “Hollow”
  12. Katrīna Gupalo sings “The cat’s song”
  13. Funkinbiz sings “Na chystu vodu”
  14. Vēstulēs sings “Kur?”
  15. Edvards Strazdiņš sings “Rock ‘n’ roll Supernova”

 

Agnese Rakovska represented Latvia in the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest with “Line”. She was a member of the group Triana Park. They also took part in the national finals in 2008 (4th), 2009 (4th), 2010 (4th), 2011 (final, but due to an illnes of Agnese they had to withdraw) and 2012 (9th).
Saint Levića participated in 2017 (4th).
Avéi was 5th last year.
Dons was the runner-up in 2010 and in 2014.
Katrīna Gupalo took part in 2018 and remained in the semifinal.
Edvards Strazdiņš was involved in the 2020 internet voting.

 

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