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CONFIRMED: Running order for the OGAE Second Chance Contest 2019

Songs for the 33rd edition of the OGAE Second Chance Song Contest, have officially been revealed

The songs and running order for the 33rd edition of the OGAE Second Chance Song Contest, has officially been revealed. The Italian fan club is organising this year’s contest after the country’s victory in 2018, with Annalisa’s “Il mondo prima di te”.

Since 1987, the OGAE Second Chance Contest has been selecting songs that didn’t make it through the national final season. Each country’s official fan club puts forward a song to represent it at the annual competition that is organised by the previous year’s winning fan club. OGAE fan clubs then vote and deliver their results, exactly like the Eurovision Song Contest.

This year’s selected songs and running order is as follows:

1Croatia: Lorena – Tower of Babylon
2Czech Republic: Barbora Mochowa – True Colours
3Hungary: The Middletonz – Roses
4Latvia: Edgars Kreilis – Cherry Absinthe
5Denmark: Julie and Nina – League of Light
6Albania: Mirud – Nene
7Estonia: Lumervav ft Inga – Milline Päev
8Sweden: Anna Bergendahl – Ashes to Ashes
9Portugal: Surma – Pugna
10Moldova: Maxim Zavidia – I Will Not Surrender
11Finland: Darude ft Sebastian Rejman – Superman
12Norway: Mørland – En Livredd Mann
13Iceland: Friðrik Ómar – Hvað ef ég get ekki elskað?
14Romania: Bella Santiago – Army of Love
15Ukraine: Kazka – Apart
16France: Seemone – Tous Les Deux
17Serbia: Ivana Vladović & Wonder Strings – Moje Bol
18Germany: Aly Ryan – Wear Your Love
19United Kingdom: Kerrie-Anne – Sweet Lies
20Australia: Electric Fields – 2000 and Whatever
21Spain: María Villar – Muérdeme
22Italy: Il Volo – Musica Che Resta
23Slovenia: Ula Lozar – Fridays
24Lithuania: Monika Marija – Light On

The live contest will be held in Udine, North-East Italy, around early September 2019. Further details to be announced.

What do you think of the selection? Is your favourite from the national final season included? Let us know in the comments section and via our socials, @ESCXTRA.

Matt Baker

As a writer with the Eurovision disposition it was only inevitable that I should find myself merging these two interests. If it wasn't Sonia singing "Better the Devil You Know" that got me hooked on Eurovision, then it was the Gina G banger "Just a Little Bit". The 90's is where it all started for me, who knows where I'll end up!

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