Rotterdam 2020

TONIGHT: Norway and Lithuania have the second round of their shows

Tonight we continue on with our national selections, as Norway and Lithuania continue on with their respective shows. Will you be watching the shows tonight?

🇱🇹 Lithuania – Pabandom iš naujo – Eurovizijos Atranka 2020

Show: Eurovizijos Atranka – Show Two

When: 20:00 – 22:10 CET

Where to Watch: LRT or the livestream.

The second show of Pabandom iš naujo is taking place, where another twelve participants of this year’s competition will be performing their entries. The artists competing are as follows:

  1. Rūta Loop – We Came From The Sun
  2. Soliaris – Breath
  3. Kristina Jure – My Sound Of Silence
  4. Alen Chicco – Somewhere Out There
  5. Indraya – You and I
  6. Germanas Skoris – Chemistry
  7. Viktorija Miškūnaitė – The Ocean
  8. Antturi – I Gotta Do
  9. Abrokenleg – Electric Boy
  10. Twosome – Playa
  11. Monique – Make Me Human
  12. Voldemars Petersons – Wings Of Freedom

🇳🇴 Norway – Melodi Grand Prix 2020

Show: Melodi Grand Prix – Show Two

When: 19:50 – 21:10 CET

Where to Watch: NRK or the livestream.

The Jubilee edition of Melodi Grand Prix also continues their search for their entry.. In tonight’s show four entries from Eastern Norway will compete for a spot in the Grand Final. In addition to the competing entries, Didrik & Emil Solli-Tangen (one of the pre-qualified entries) will also perform their entry “Out Of Air”.

The artists competing in tonight’s show are as follows. As with last week, the duels that the artists will compete in will be drawn first thing when the show commences tonight:

  • JÆGER – “How About Mars”
  • Kim Wigaard & Maria Mohn – “Fool for Love”
  • Rein Alexander – “One Last Time”
  • Tore Petterson – “The Start of Something New”

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Tim Jumawan

I started watching Eurovision ever since I moved to the UK in 2006, obsessed since 2012 and haven't looked back since.

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