Eurovision 2020🇨🇿 Czechia

🇨🇿 The songs for ESCZ 2020 have been released

Which artist and their entry will win and represent Czech Republic in Rotterdam?

Last week, the participants for Czech Republic’s National Selection have been revealed, and a week later the entries of the participants have now been released and you can listen to the entries in the playlist below:

The participants and the title of their entries are as follows:

  • Barbora Mochowa – White & Black Holes
  • Benny Cristo – Kemama
  • Elis Mraz ft. Čis T – Wanna Be Like
  • Karelll – At Least We’ve Tried
  • Olga Lounová – Dark Water
  • Pam Rabbit – Get Up
  • We All Poop – All the Blood (Positive Song Actually)

Online Voting is now OPEN!

As it was previously announced, the 2020 Czech representative will be selected through a mixture of online voting and an online jury. To vote for your favorite entry, all you have to do is download the Eurovision App. However, take note that you only have until the 2nd February at 20:00CET. The winner of the national selection would then be announced on the 3rd of February.

In addition to the online voting, keep an eye out for Round Three of Eurovision Prediction, where you are able to also cast your votes as to who you think will win Czech Republic’s selection.

Czech Republic in the Eurovision Song Contest

The Czech Republic debuted at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2007 with the song “Malá Duma” by Kálas, coming last in the semifinal with 1 point. They’ve competed a total of 8 times in the contest, first qualifying for the final in 2016 with “I Stand” by Gabriela Gunčíková, finishing 25th.

Their best placing came in 2018 with “Lie to Me” by Mikolas Josef, placing 6th overall. Their last entry was “Friend of a Friend” by Lake Malawi in 2019, finishing 11th in the final.

Who do you think should represent Czech Republic in Rotterdam? Let us know! Be sure to stay updated by following @ESCXTRA on Twitter@escxtra on Instagram and liking our Facebook page for the latest updates! Also, be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel to see our reactions to the news in the run-up to Rotterdam!

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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