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Norway, Lithuania and Slovenia

Here we go again! Just as last week, Norway and Lithuania will hold a semifinal. Slovenia will have EMA Freš.

The Norwegian semifinal, which again will provide one song for the final of Melodi Grand Prix, can be watched at 19:50 CET here. The contestants are:

  • Jæger, “How about mars”
  • Kim Wigaard & Maria Mohn, “Fool for love”
  • Rein Alexander, “One last thing”
  • Tore Petterson, “The starting of something new”

The Lithuanian semifinal can be watched at 20:00 CET  here and here.  The participants are:

  • Ruta Loop, “We came from the sun”
  • Soliaris, “Breath”
  • Kristina Jure, “My sound of silence”
  • Alen Chicco, “Somewhere out there”
  • Indraya, “You and I”
  • Germantas Skoris, “Chemistry”
  • Viktorija Miškūnaitė, “The ocean”
  • Antturi, “I gotta do”
  • Abrokenleg, “Electric boy”
  • Twosome, “Playa”
  • Moniqué, “Make me human”
  • Voldemars Petersons, “Wings of freedom”

Ruta Loop already took part in 2018, as was Twosome. The duo also gave it a try in 2019, just as Voldemars Petersons. We saw Soliaris in 2009, 2010 and last year. Alen Chicco reached the final last year. Indraya was present in 2004, 2005 and 2009

The last show to mention is EMA Freš. It is the final of a talent show. It will also be broadcast at 20:00 CET, and you can watch it here. Two of the contestants will be chosen tonight to take part in EMA, the Slovenian national final. The contestants are:

  • Stella, “Ne vem, če sem v redu”
  • Younite, “The cure”
  • Alfirev “Črno bela lika”
  • Klarity, “Diham”
  • Marmoris, “Moj pristan”
  • Saška, “Še kar lovim tvoj nasmeh”
  • Pia Nina, “Tukaj in zdaj”
  • Lana Hrvatin, “Dream”
  • Parvani Violet, “Cupid”
  • Astrid in Avantgarden, “Sing to me”
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