Tonight Norway and Lithuania continue their Eurovision searches, as they both head into the third show of their selections.
The schedule for tonight is as follows:
- Norway – Melodi Grand Prix – Semi-Final Three – 19:50 CET
- Lithuania – Pabandom iš naujo – Heat Three – 20:00 CET
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Norway – Melodi Grand Prix – Semi-Final Three – 19:50 CET
The second semi-final of Melodi Grand Prix 2020 takes place this evening, with four artists from central Norway competing.
Four acts from Central Norway will be taking to the stage this evening as the 60th edition of Melodi Grand Prix continues. The acts are competing for just one place in the final of Melodi Grand Prix on February 15. The four acts competing this evening are:
- Alexandru – Pink Jacket
- Kristin Husøy – Pray for Me
- Sie Gubba – Kjære du
- Thomas Løseth – Vertigo
The four acts will be drawn into two duels live on stage, from each duel one winner will be crowned. The winners of each duel will then meet in the ‘Gold Duel’ with the winner going to the final of Melodi Grand Prix 2020 on February 15. The results will be entirely determined by online voting.
Akvui, who has pre-qualified for the final alongside four other acts, will also be performing the song “Som du er”.
Lithuania – Pabandom iš naujo – Heat Three – 20:00 CET
Twelve artists are competing in the third heat of the Lithuanian selection process for Eurovision 2020.
Twelve acts are competing for the last six places in the next round of the Lithuanian selection process. The results this evening will be decided by a combination of in-studio jury voting (50%) and public voting (50%).
The twelve acts are:
- The Backs – “Fully”
- Bernardas – “Dad, don’t be mad at me”
- Justina Žukauskaitė – “Breath in”
- Rokas Povilius – “Vilnius calling”
- KaYra – “Alligator”
- Lukas Bartaška – “Where is that change?”
- Evgenya Redko – “What about us?”
- Ruslanas Kirilkinas – “Soldiers heart”
- Nombeko Auguste – “Reikia man”
- Vitalijus Špokaitis – “Nemušk savęs”
- Aistė Pilvelytė – “Everlastingly”
- The Roop – “On fire”
Changes have been made to the voting process for the jury in this years selection. The jury will no longer comment on all performances and will view the performances in a separate space outside the studio. In addition, the public vote will no longer be shown during the show, with the results only known at the end of the show.
You can also follow live coverage of both national finals on Eurovoix Moments on Twitter.