Eurovision 2020

🇩🇪 Daði, The Roop and Ben & Tan to perform live in the German final tonight

Who will be the German winner?

Tonight Germany will have their own Eurovision final live from Hamburg. Last weekend the TV audience could vote out of all 40 songs (except Germany) and the Top 10 proceed to the German final tonight. The ARD tried to get as many as possible to perform live on stage and managed to get three acts to perform their entry next to the German representative Ben Dolic.

Iceland, Lithuania and Denmark to perform live in Hamburg tonight

In tonight’s show, Germany will name their winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2020. After last weekends show we have the Top 10 who are: Denmark, Azerbaijan, Sweden, Lithuania, Switzerland, Malta, Iceland, Italy, Bulgaria, and Russia. The ARD was able to get Daði for Iceland, The Roop for Lithuania and Ben & Tan for Denmark to perform their entries live in Hamburg on stage. Out of these three and the videos of the seven other finalists, the televoters and a jury made of the same people who selected the German entry will crown the German winner of 2020.

Moreover, German representative Ben Dolic will perform his entry “Violent Thing” as close as possible to the planned ESC staging with the COVID 19 restrictions. The performance was created by Marty Kudelka. Barbara Schöneberger will host the show.

The seven acts who are in the final tonight but couldn’t make it to the show send a video message. You can watch the video below:

After the German national final, the ARD will show the EBU show “Europe Shine A Light” around 21:55 CET.

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Dominik Rössing

Hey, I'm Dominik from Germany. Watched my first Eurovision in 2003 and I was in love right away! Attended my first contest in 2011 and every contest since 2013. The same happened with Melodifestivalen. Started watching in 2006 and been to every final since 2017 and try to make it to at least one heat each year, too. After all, Melodifestivalen is the real deal ♥
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