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Second heat qualifiers in A Dal announced

The second batch of qualifiers in A Dal has been announced. Another six acts have qualified for the semi-finals. The show was won by Gergely Dánielfy, whose “Azt Mondtad” got the highest jury score. He shared that position with rock group AWS, who also achieved 45 points.

A Dal – Heat 2 results

The winner of tonight’s show was Gergely Dánielfy. He scored 45 points from the jury, including two perfect scores. Jury member Misi Mező was in tears after his performance. yesyes also made sure they would appear in the semi-final, scoring 43. The other three jury qualifiers were Odett, Gábor Heincz Biga and AWS. Tonight’s two winners scored a point more than last week’s winners.

After that, televoting got to pick a sixth qualifier. They eventually chose SativuS, who finished in ninth place with the juries.

Below, you can see the full jury ranking for tonight, with qualifiers in bold.

  1. Gergely Dánielfy – Azt Mondtad: 45
  2. AWS – Viszlát Nyár: 45
  3. yesyes – I Let You Run Away: 43
  4. Gábor Heincz Biga – Good Vibez: 43
  5. Odett – Aranyhal: 39
  6. Nene Zenekar – Mese A Királyrol: 37
  7. Peet Project – Runaround: 36
  8. Viki Singh – Butterfly House: 34
  9. SativuS – Lusta Lány: 34
  10. Maya’n’Peti – Nekem Te: 30

Next week: More A Dal

In exactly a week’s time, the last heat of A Dal 2018 is going to take place. Another ten acts will fight for another six tickets to the semi-finals. Last week’s show was won by Zsolt Süle and Leander Kills. They both scored 44 points. Behind them, Viktor Király, Ceasefire X and Gabi Knoll made it. The final, televoting choice, was Tamás Vastag.

The third heat of A Dal will take place next Saturday, 3rd February at 20:30 CET. MTV Duna will broadcast the show again.

Were you happy with the A Dal qualifiers this week? Make sure to let us know below in a comment or on social media, such as Facebook and Twitter!

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Nick van Lith

I'm one of the founding members of ESCXTRA.com. Eleven years after the start, I'm proud to say that I am now the Editor-in-Chief of this wonderful website. When I'm not doing Eurovision stuff, you should be able to find me teaching German to kids... And cheering on everything and everyone Greek, pretty much. Pame Ellada!

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