To compensate the cancelling of Eurovision 2020, every broadcaster will do its very best to give the Eurofans an alternative broadcasting schedule. Belgium’s Walloon broadcaster RTBF will broadcast “Eurovision, votre top 20” on 14 May.
How will RTBF determine the list?
RTBF has elected 20 Eurovision entries and have opened the voting lines until 3 May at 23.59 CET.
- Austria 2014 (Conchita Wurst)
- Belgium 1986 (Sandra Kim)
- Finland 2006 (Lordi)
- France 1977 (Marie Myriam)
- Germany 2010 (Lena)
- Ireland 1987 (Johnny Logan)
- Israel 1998 (Dana International)
- Israel 2018 (Netta)
- Luxembourg 1965 (France Gall)
- Netherlands 1975 (Teach-In)
- Norway 2009 (Alexander Rybak)
- Portugal 2017 (Salvador Sobral)
- Sweden 1974 (ABBA)
- Sweden 2012 (Loreen)
- Sweden 2015 (Måns Zelmerlöw)
- Switzerland 1988 (Céline Dion)
- Ukraine 2004 (Ruslana)
- United Kingdom 1967 (Sandie Shaw)
- United Kingdom 1976 (Brotherhood of Man)
- United Kingdom 1981 (Bucks Fizz)
Belgians can vote for their favourite entries on RTBF’s website. You vote by selecting up until 10 songs and create your own ranking. To thank the audience for the votes, the broadcaster will give away the official CD of Eurovision 2020. RTBF will broadcast the results on Thursday, 14 May at 20.15 CET, hosted by Maureen Louys and Jean-Louis Lahaye via La Une, Vivacité and Auvio.
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