Over 9.1 million viewers were watching the second night of Sanremo 2019 last night.
On average 9,144,000 viewers watched the second night of the 69th edition of Festival di Sanremo last night. The competition recorded an average viewing share of 47.3%. This is a slight decrease compared to last year’s second evening, which had an average of 9,687,000 viewers and a 47.7% share.
At its peak a total of 14,260,000 viewers watched the competition at 21:49 CET. The peak share was recorded at 00:22 CET, when 54.4% of the viewing audience in Italy was watching the competition live on Rai 1.
The third evening continues tonight, with the following twelve artists performing:
- Mahmood – Soldi
- Enrico Nigiotti – Nonno Hollywood
- Anna Tatangelo – Le nostre anime di notte
- Ultimo – I tuoi particolari
- Francesco Renga – Aspetto che torni
- Irama – La ragazza con il cuore di latte
- Patty Pravo e Briga – Un po’ come la vita
- Simone Cristicchi – Abbi cura di me
- Boomdabash – Per un milione
- Motta – Dov’è l’Italia
- The Zen Circus – L’amore è una dittatura
- Nino D’Angelo & Livio Cori – Un’altra luce
Guest performances this night come from Serena Rossi, Alessandra Amoroso, Antonello Venditti, Raf and Umberto Tozzi, and Ornella Vanoni.
The results of the tonight are determined by 30% press room voting, 30% demoscopic jury and 30% public televote. The results of tonight’s show will be carried forward to the Grand Final on Saturday night.
Source: Eurofestival News
Italy debuted in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1956 and has participated a total of 42 times to date. Italy returned to the Eurovision Song Contest in 2011 having last participated in the contest in 1997, the country has withdrawn from the contest on a number of occasions in the past. Italy has won the contest twice, the first time being in 1964 and the latest being in 1990. Italy’s hosting of the contest in 1991 has been remembered as one of the most chaotic contests to date. Since their return in 2011 Italy has finished in the top 10 on six occasions.