After six weeks of A Dal 2015, Hungary has decided. They have picked a winner out of a total of thirty songs, of which eight remained tonight. Boggie eventually emerged as the winner of A Dal 2015, successfully living up to her role as favourite.
After the first round, Boggie, Ádám Szabó, Zoltán Mujahid and Spoon were left. Boggie then won the televote in order to represent Hungary in the Eurovision Song Contest 2015 in Vienna. Boggie was second for the juries, just behind Ádám Szabó. However, the superfinal was 100% televote and that put Boggie in the lead. She was announced to be the Hungarian entrant for Vienna.