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This week: Eurostream 2020!!

Of course, we would have loved to keep you updated for the rehearsals of the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest. But unfortunately, that is impossible.
Thank goodness, this week we can follow Eurostream 2020, a great alternative for the contest.
On Tuesday, may 5th, you can watch the first semifinal show. On thurday, may 7th, you can watch the second one. Of course, upcoming saturday we will have the Grand Final!!! You can watch them on the Eurostream Youtube Channel or Facebook Page.
And guess what: YOU are able to vote in it. There will be an expert jury ánd televoting in the show, just like in the real Eurovision Song Contest. 

The first semifinal following order will be:
1.Sweden
2.Ireland
3.Belarus
4.Australia
5.Lithuania
6.Russia
7.North Macedonia
8.Slovenia
9.Azerbaijan
10.Norway
11.Israel
12.Malta
13.Croatia
14.Belgium
15.Romania
16.Cyprus
17.Ukraine

The second semifinal following order will be:
1.Czech Republic
2.Moldova
3.Greece
4.Serbia
5.Poland
6.Estonia
7.San Marino
8.Iceland
9.Austria
10.Finland
11.Denmark
12.Portugal
13.Armenia
14.Albania
15.Switzerland
16.Georgia
17.Bulgaria
18.Latvia


So, although there will be no Eurovision Song Contest, there ís an alternative. Hope to see you this week!!

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