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🇮🇸 Væb & Anita are qualified for the Söngvakeppnin final!

The first night of Söngvakeppnin is over and Anita & Væb have qulified themselves for the big final in march! Væb closed the night with their song: “BĂ­Ăłmynd”, and in the middle was Anita with “Stingum af”.

Aníta – Söngvakeppnin 2024 - RÚV.is

She is one of the favorites to win the whole show and go to Eurovision for Iceland

 

 

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