ESC 2020 – Selezioni Nazionali


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La selezione dei partecipanti all’Eurovision Song Contest spetta alle emittenti televisive competenti dei singoli stati. A loro spetta la scelta del metodo di selezione: una selezione interna (quindi cantante e/o brano vengono scelti dall’emittente stessa), come accade solitamente per San Marino o Australia, oppure può organizzare un festival musicale (il pubblico sceglie un vincitore che viene invitato a partecipare all’Eurovision Song Contest), come accade in Norvegia (Norsk Melodi Grand Prix), Svezia (Melodifestivalen), Italia (Festival di Sanremo), Grecia (Ellinikós Telikós) e molti altri. Il vincitore dell’eventuale festival però non è obbligato a partecipare all’Eurovision Song Contest né tanto meno è obbligato ad esibirsi con la canzone vincitrice, ad esempio Iva Zanicchi ha vinto il Festival di Sanremo nel 1969, in coppia con Bobby Solo, con la canzone “Zingara”, ma all’Eurovision Song Contest si presentò da sola con il brano “Due grosse lacrime bianche”. Con il tempo buona parte delle emittenti sta abbandonando la selezione interna in favore del festival musicale.

I partecipanti non devono obbligatoriamente avere vincoli di nazionalità (ad esempio nel 1988 la Svizzera vinse con la cantante canadese Céline Dion) e le canzoni non hanno restrizioni riguardanti la lingua (anche se nelle prime edizioni vigeva un obbligo di cantare in una delle lingue ufficiali del proprio paese).

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  •  Paesi Bassi all’Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Country  Paesi Bassi
National selection
Selection process Internal Selection
Selection date(s) Artista: 01.10.2019
Canzone:
Selected entrant Hooverphonic (Alex Callier, Raymond Geerts, Luka Cruysberghs)
Selected song
Selected songwriter(s)
Finals performance
Semi-final result
Final result
 Paesi Bassi in the Eurovision Song Contest

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The Netherlands participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song “”, performed by Hooverphonic.  was internally selected by the Dutch national broadcaster, General Association of Radio Broadcasting – Television Radio Broadcasting Foundation (AVROTROS) to represent The Netherlands in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

1.Background

2.Before Eurovision: 

2.1.Internal Selection: 

2.2.Promotion:

3.At Eurovision:

3.1.Final:

3.2.Voting:

3.2.1.Points awarded to Paesi Bassi (Final):

3.2.2.Points awarded by Paesi Bassi (Semi-final ):

Semi-final 
Score Televote Jury
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Points awarded by Paesi Bassi (Final ):

Final
Score Televote Jury
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3.2.3.Split voting results: The following five members comprised the Dutch jury:

Split voting results from Paesi Bassi (Semi-final ):

Split voting results from the Netherlands (Semi-final )
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Split voting results from the Netherlands (Final)
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3.3.Artista: Gli Hooverphonic sono un gruppo musicale belga formatosi nel 1996 a Sint-Niklaas.

Fondati inizialmente con il nome di Hoover, il gruppo dovette optare per l’attuale denominazione al fine di evitare cause legali da parte dell’omonima azienda statunitense.

Nel 2019 sono stati selezionati dall’emittente fiamminga VRT per rappresentare il Belgio all’Eurovision Song Contest 2020.

1.Storia: 

1.1.L’esordio: Nel 1991 il polistrumentista e compositore belga Alex Callier fondò, con la collaborazione del chitarrista Raymond Greets, del tastierista Frank Duchêne e della cantante Esther Lybeert, gli Hoover. Pochi anni dopo la cantante decise di lasciare il gruppo e fu sostituita da Liesje Sadonius nel 1995, anno in cui il gruppo firmò il suo primo contratto discografico con la Sony Music.

Nel 1997 il gruppo pubblicò il primo album: A New Stereophonic Sound Spectacular, preceduto dall’uscita del singolo 2 Wicky, incluso nella colonna sonora del film Io ballo da sola di Bernardo Bertolucci. L’album era caratterizzato da un sound elettronico con riferimenti al genere trip hop. Nello stesso anno il gruppo scelse di cambiare nome a causa dell’omonimia con l’azienda statunitense produttrice di aspirapolvere, ribattezzandosi Hooverphonic, e si separò senza contrasti con Sadonius, rimpiazzandola con la cantante Kyoko Bartsoen per i concerti programmati nel corso dell’anno. Infatti il gruppo partecipò a diversi concerti in Europa tra cui quelli dei Massive Attack e dei Morcheeba, e negli Stati Uniti, seguendo l’intero tour della cantautrice Fiona Apple.

Il gruppo decise comunque di cercare la sostituta definitiva di Sadonius, optando per la giovane diciottenne fiamminga Geike Arnaert, con la quale incideranno il secondo album in studio: Blue Wonder Power Milk, anticipato dall’EP Battersea e dai singoli This Strange Effect e Club Montepulciano, che riscuote un discreto successo in Nord Europa e Stati Uniti.

La formazione degli Hooverphonic subisce un ulteriore cambiamento dopo l’abbandono del tastierista Frank Duchêne, andando così a definire il trio che proseguirà con il singolo Mad About You, primo estratto dal terzo album pubblicato nel 2000: The Magnificent Tree.

Nello stesso anno, alla band viene proposto di scrivere una canzone per i Campionati Europei di calcio, la cui apertura si tiene a Bruxelles. Nasce Visions brano di 11 minuti, con la quale la band si esibisce alla cerimonia di apertura dell’evento sportivo seguita da più di un miliardo di persone.

Nel 2001 vengono invitati a partecipare al Rock Werchter al fianco di artisti quali Coldplay, Goldfrapp, Sigur Rós e PJ Harvey, di fronte ad una folla di 500.000 persone, e si esibiscono in festival estivi come il Cornetto Music Festival, l’Heineken Jammin’ Festival, il Roskilde Festival, il Pistoia Blues Festival, l’Hultsfred Festival e il Festivalbar.

Nel 2002 viene pubblicato il quarto album in studio: Hooverphonic Presents Jackie Cane, che narra la tragica storia di Jackie Cane, una celebrità fittizia che compariva anche nell’omonimo singolo presente in The Magnificent Tree. L’album ottenne il disco d’oro nel Benelux

L’anno successivo la band decide d’incidere una raccolta contenente una selezione dei brani più significativi, pubblicando Sit Down and Listen to Hooverphonic, album live in semiacustico contenente una cover di Lee Hazlewood e due brani inediti.

In seguito al tour, la band ritorna a comporre e nella prima metà del 2005 incide il suo quinto album in studio: No More Sweet Music, un doppio album contenente nuovi brani in versione originale e gli stessi remixati da Alex Callier.No More Sweet Music ottiene il secondo disco d’oro.

Segue un tour tra 2005 e 2006 che toccherà per lo più il nord Europa e la Penisola Balcanica e vi è la seconda partecipazione al Rock Werchter per la sua 30ª edizione.

Nel novembre 2006 la band pubblica la sua prima raccolta: Singles 96-06 contenente tutti i singoli in ordine più o meno cronologico utilizzando un quarto singolo, We All Float, estratto dall’album precedente per la promozione di questo disco. Questo segna l’epilogo della decennale collaborazione tra la Columbia e la band.

Nella primavera del 2007 la band alterna le registrazioni in studio del nuovo album con le varie performance live del club tour celebrativo per i 10 anni di carriera, nel quale ritornano alle origini esibendo tutti i brani del primo album A New Stereophonic Sound Spectacular in chiave elettronica originale. La lavorazione del disco vede la conclusione a metà estate ma la band non ha ancora un contratto discografico per poter affrontare una release.

Ad inizio settembre il sito ufficiale della casa discografica PIAS annuncia la nuova collaborazione con gli Hooverphonic inaugurata dall’imminente album The President of the LSD Golf Club. Nel maggio di quell’anno è partito il tour europeo che ha toccato buona parte dell’est e del centro del continente, compresa una data italiana, per poi fermarsi e riprendere dopo l’estate, in vista di nuovi concerti nella penisola iberica e nei continenti sopracitati.

Nell’ottobre 2008, gli Hooverphonic annunciano ufficialmente, e non più ufficiosamente, i pettegolezzi che volevano Geike Arnaert, la loro cantante decennale, fuori dalla formazione.

Alex Callier ha annunciato senza rimpianti che si sarebbero tenute diverse audizioni per selezionare una nuova voce che rinfreschi l’immagine del gruppo, segnando l’inizio di una nuova era, sperando che sia ancor più prospera di quella conclusa con l’anno 2008.

Il 4 novembre 2010 gli Hooverphonic hanno annunciato il nome della nuova cantante, Noémie Wolfs, a pochi giorni dall’annuncio dell’uscita del nuovo singolo The Night Before. Il 6 aprile 2011 gli Hooverphonic annunciano sul loro sito il raggiungimento del disco di platino (20.000 copie vendute) per The Night Before, un risultato mai raggiunto prima da un singolo della band.

Nel 2013 pubblicano il loro nuovo album, Reflection, accompagnato dal singolo Amalfi. Il 26 marzo 2015 gli Hooverphonic annunciano sul loro sito che Wolfs lascerà la band.

Nell’aprile 2018 gli Hooverphonic presentano come nuova cantante la 17enne belga Luka Cruysberghs, vincitrice di The Voice of Flanders 2017 (versione belga fiamminga del programma), di cui Alex Callier era il coach durante il programma.

Il 1º ottobre 2019 l’emittente radiotelevisiva fiamminga VRT ha confermato di aver selezionato internamente il gruppo come rappresentante del Belgio all’Eurovision Song Contest 2020, a Rotterdam nei Paesi Bassi.

2.Formazione

AttualeAlex Callier – basso, tastiera (1995 – presente), Raymond Geerts – chitarra (1995 – presente), Luka Cruysberghs – voce (2018 – presente)

Ex componentiEsther Lybeert – voce (1995 – 1996), Frank Duchêne – tastiera (1995 – 1998), Liesje Sadonius – voce (1996 – 1997), Kyoko Bartsoen – voce (1997), Geike Arnaert – voce (1997 – 2008), Noémie Wolfs – voce (2010 – 2015)

3.Discografia

3.1Album in studio

  • 1996 – A New Stereophonic Sound Spectacular
  • 1998 – Blue Wonder Power Milk
  • 2000 – The Magnificent Tree
  • 2002 – Hooverphonic Presents Jackie Cane
  • 2005 – No More Sweet Music/More Sweet Music
  • 2007 – The President of the LSD Golf Club
  • 2010 – The Night Before
  • 2013 – Reflection
  • 2016 – In Wonderland
  • 2018 – Looking for Stars

3.2.EP

  • 1998 – Battersea
  • 2001 – Jackie Cane – The Remixes

3.3.Singoli

  • 1996 – 2 Wicky
  • 1996 – Wardrope
  • 1997 – Barabas
  • 1997 – Inhaler
  • 1998 – This Strange Effect
  • 1998 – Lung
  • 1998 – Club Montepulciano
  • 1998 – Magenta/Teek
  • 1998 – Eden
  • 2000 – Mad About You
  • 2000 – Out of Sight
  • 2000 – Vinegar & Salt
  • 2001 – Jackie Cane
  • 2002 – The World Is Mine
  • 2002 – Sometimes
  • 2002 – One
  • 2003 – The Last Thing I Need Is You
  • 2005 – Wake Up
  • 2005 – You Hurt Me
  • 2006 – Dirty Lenses
  • 2006 – We All Float
  • 2007 – Expedition Impossibile
  • 2007 – Gentle Storm
  • 2008 – Circles
  • 2011 – Anger Never Dies
  • 2011 – The Night Before
  • 2011 – One Two Three
  • 2011 – Heartbroken
  • 2012 – Happiness
  • 2012 – Unfinished Symphathy
  • 2012 – Renaissance Affair
  • 2012 – George’s Café
  • 2013 – Amalfi
  • 2017 – Deep Forest

3.4.Canzone

  •  Francia all’Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Country  Francia
National selection
Selection process Destination Eurovision 2020
Selection date(s) Semi-finals:
Final:
Selected entrant
Selected song
Selected songwriter(s)
Finals performance
Semi-final result
Final result
 Francia in the Eurovision Song Contest

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France participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song “”, performed by . The French national broadcaster, France Télévisions (france·tv) organised the national final Destination Eurovision 2020 in order to select the French entry for the 2020 contest in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

1.Background

2.Before Eurovision: 

2.1.Destination Eurovision 2020:

2.1.1.Format:

2.1.2.Competing entries (Artist / Song (English Translation/ Composition / Lyrics): 

2.1.1.Shows:

2.1.1.1.Semi-final 1 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.1.1.2.Semi-final 2 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.1.1.3.Final (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.2.Promotion:

3.At Eurovision:

3.1.Final:

3.2.Voting:

3.2.1.Points awarded to Francia (Final):

3.2.2.Points awarded by Francia (Semi-final ):

Semi-final 
Score Televote Jury
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Points awarded by Francia (Final ):

Final
Score Televote Jury
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3.2.3.Split voting results:

Split voting results from Francia (Semi-final ):

Split voting results from Francia (Semi-final )
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Split voting results from Francia (Final):

Split voting results from Francia (Final)
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  •  Spagna all’Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Country  Spagna
National selection
Selection process Internal Selection
Selection date(s) Artista: 05.10.2019
Canzone:
Selected entrant Blas Cantó (Blas Cantó Moreno)
Selected song
Selected songwriter(s)
Finals performance
Semi-final result
Final result
 Spagna in the Eurovision Song Contest

◄2019 •                    2020                    • 2021►

Spain participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song “”, performed by Blas Cantó.  was internally selected by the Spanish national broadcaster, Televisión Española (TVE) to Spain entry for the 2020 contest in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

1.Background

2.Before Eurovision: 

2.1.Internal Selection: 

2.2.Promotion:

3.At Eurovision:

3.1.Final:

3.2.Voting:

3.2.1.Points awarded to Spagna (Final):

3.2.2.Points awarded by Spagna (Semi-final ):

Points awarded by Spagna (Final ):

3.2.3.Split voting results:

Split voting results from Spagna (Semi-final ):

Split voting results from Spagna (Final):

 

  •  Germania all’Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Country  Germania
National selection
Selection process Unser Lied für Rotterdam
Selection date(s) Semi-finals:
Final:
Selected entrant
Selected song
Selected songwriter(s)
Finals performance
Semi-final result
Final result
 Germania in the Eurovision Song Contest

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Germany participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song “”, performed by . The German national broadcaster, Norddeutscher Rundfunk (NDR) organised the national final Unser Lied für  in order to select the German entry for the 2020 contest in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

1.Background

2.Before Eurovision: 

2.1.Unser Lied für Israel

2.1.1.Format

2.1.2.Competing entries (Artist / Song / Composition / Lyrics): 

2.1.3.Final (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.2.Promotion:

3.At Eurovision:

3.1.Final:

3.2.Voting:

3.2.1.Points awarded to Germania (Final):

3.2.2.Points awarded by Germania (Semi-final ):

Points awarded by Germania (Final ):

3.2.3.Split voting results:

Split voting results from Germania (Semi-final ):

Split voting results from Germania (Final):

 

  •  Regno Unito all’Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Country  Regno Unito
National selection
Selection process Internal Selection
Selection date(s) Artist:
Song: 
Selected entrant
Selected song
Selected songwriter(s)
Finals performance
Semi-final result
Final result
 Regno Unito in the Eurovision Song Contest

◄2019 •                    2020                    • 2021►

The United Kingdom participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song “”, performed by .  was internally selected by the British national broadcaster, Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) to United Kingdom entry for the 2020 contest in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

1.Background

2.Before Eurovision: 

2.1.Internal Selection: 

2.2.Promotion:

3.At Eurovision:

3.1.Final:

3.2.Voting:

3.2.1.Points awarded to Regno Unito (Final):

3.2.2.Points awarded by Regno Unito (Semi-final ):

Points awarded by Regno Unito (Final ):

3.2.3.Split voting results:

Split voting results from Regno Unito (Semi-final ):

Split voting results from Regno Unito (Final):

 

  • Italia all’Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Country Italia
National selection
Selection process
Selection date(s) Semi-finals:
Final:
Selected entrant
Selected song “”
Selected songwriter(s)
Finals performance
Semi-final result
Final result
Italia in the Eurovision Song Contest

◄2019 •                    2020                    • 2021►

Italia participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song “”, performed by . The Italian national broadcaster, Radio Radiotelevisione italiana (RAI) announced in November 2019 that the winning performer(s) of the 70º Festival di Sanremo 2020 would earn the right to represent the nation at the Eurovision Song Contest in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. 

1.Background

2.Before Eurovision: 

2.1.Competing entries (Artist / Song / Composition / Lyrics): 

2.1.1.Semi-finals:

Night 1 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

Night 2 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.1.2.Final (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.2.Promotion:

3.At Eurovision:

3.1.Semi-final:

3.2.Voting:

3.2.1.Points awarded to Italia (Semi-final ):

Points awarded to Italia (Final):

3.2.2.Points awarded by Italia (Semi-final ):

Points awarded by Italia (Final ):

3.2.3.Split voting results:

Split voting results from Italia (Semi-final ):

Split voting results from Italia (Final):

 

• Countries – 1ª Semi-finale (in ordine alfabetico)

  •  Albania all’Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Country  Albania
National selection
Selection process Festivali i Këngës 58
Selection date(s) Semi-finals:
Final:
Selected entrant
Selected song “”
Selected songwriter(s)
Finals performance
Semi-final result
Final result
 Albania in the Eurovision Song Contest

◄2019 •                    2020                    • 2021►

Albania participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song “”, performed by . The Albanian national broadcaster, Radio Televizioni Shqiptar (RTSH) organised the national final Festivali i Këngës 58 in order to select the Albanian entry for the 2020 contest in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. 

1.Background

2.Before Eurovision: 

2.1.Competing entries (Artist / Song / Composition / Lyrics): 

2.1.1.Semi-finals:

Night 1 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

Night 2 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.1.2.Final (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.2.Promotion:

3.At Eurovision:

3.1.Semi-final:

3.2.Voting:

3.2.1.Points awarded to Albania (Semi-final ):

Points awarded to Albania (Final):

3.2.2.Points awarded by Albania (Semi-final ):

Points awarded by Albania (Final ):

3.2.3.Split voting results:

Split voting results from Albania (Semi-final ):

Split voting results from Albania (Final):

 

  • Armenia all’Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Country Armenia
National selection
Selection process
Selection date(s) Semi-finals:
Final:
Selected entrant
Selected song “”
Selected songwriter(s)
Finals performance
Semi-final result
Final result
Armenia in the Eurovision Song Contest

◄2019 •                    2020                    • 2021►

Armenia participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song “”, performed by . The Armenian national broadcaster, Public Television company of Armenia (AMPTV) organised the national final Depi Evratesil 2020 in order to select the Armenian entry for the 2020 contest in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

1.Background

2.Before Eurovision: 

2.1.Competing entries (Artist / Song / Composition / Lyrics): 

2.1.1.Semi-finals:

Night 1 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

Night 2 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.1.2.Final (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.2.Promotion:

3.At Eurovision:

3.1.Semi-final:

3.2.Voting:

3.2.1.Points awarded to Armenia (Semi-final ):

Points awarded to Armenia (Final):

3.2.2.Points awarded by Armenia (Semi-final ):

Points awarded by Armenia (Final ):

3.2.3.Split voting results:

Split voting results from Armenia (Semi-final ):

Split voting results from Armenia (Final):

 

  •  Australia all’Eurovision Song Contest 2020
    Eurovision Song Contest 2020
    Country Australia
    National selection
    Selection process Eurovision – Australia Decides – Gold Coast 2020
    Selection date(s) Semi-finals:
    Final:
    Selected entrant
    Selected song
    Selected songwriter(s)
    Finals performance
    Semi-final result
    Final result
     Australia all’Eurovision Song Contest

    ◄2019 •                    2020                    • 2021►

Australia participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song “”, performed by . The Australian national broadcaster, Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) organised the national final Eurovision – Australia Decides – Gold Coast 2020 in order to select the Australian entry for the 2020 contest in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

1.Background

2.Before Eurovision: 

2.1.Competing entries (Artist / Song / Composition / Lyrics): 

2.1.1.Semi-finals:

Night 1 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

Night 2 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.1.2.Final (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.2.Promotion:

3.At Eurovision:

3.1.Semi-final:

3.2.Voting:

3.2.1.Points awarded to Australia (Semi-final ):

Points awarded to Australia (Final):

3.2.2.Points awarded by Australia (Semi-final ):

Points awarded by Australia (Final ):

3.2.3.Split voting results:

Split voting results from Australia (Semi-final ):

Split voting results from Australia (Final):

 

  •  Austria all’Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Country  Austria
National selection
Selection process Internal Selection
Selection date(s) Semi-finals:
Final:
Selected entrant
Selected song
Selected songwriter(s)
Finals performance
Semi-final result
Final result
 Austria in the Eurovision Song Contest

◄2019 •                    2020                    • 2021►

Austria participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song “”, performed by .  was internally selected by the Austrian national broadcaster, Österreichischer Rundfunk (ÖRF) to represent Austria in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

1.Background

2.Before Eurovision: 

2.1.Competing entries (Artist / Song / Composition / Lyrics): 

2.1.1.Semi-finals:

Night 1 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

Night 2 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.1.2.Final (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.2.Promotion:

3.At Eurovision:

3.1.Semi-final:

3.2.Voting:

3.2.1.Points awarded to Austria (Semi-final ):

Points awarded to Austria (Final):

3.2.2.Points awarded by Austria (Semi-final ):

Points awarded by Austria (Final ):

3.2.3.Split voting results:

Split voting results from Austria (Semi-final ):

Split voting results from Austria (Final):

 

  • Azerbaigian all’Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Country Azerbaigian
National selection
Selection process Internal Selection
Selection date(s) Semi-finals:
Final:
Selected entrant
Selected song
Selected songwriter(s)
Finals performance
Semi-final result
Final result
 Azerbaigian in the Eurovision Song Contest

◄2019 •                    2020                    • 2021►

Azerbaigian participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song “”, performed by .  was internally selected by the Azerbaigian national broadcaster, İctimai Televiziya (İTV)  to represent Austria in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

1.Background

2.Before Eurovision: 

2.1.Competing entries (Artist / Song / Composition / Lyrics): 

2.1.1.Semi-finals:

Night 1 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

Night 2 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.1.2.Final (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.2.Promotion:

3.At Eurovision:

3.1.Semi-final:

3.2.Voting:

3.2.1.Points awarded to Azerbaigian (Semi-final ):

Points awarded to Azerbaigian (Final):

3.2.2.Points awarded by Azerbaigian (Semi-final ):

Points awarded by Azerbaigian (Final ):

3.2.3.Split voting results:

Split voting results from Azerbaigian (Semi-final ):

Split voting results from Azerbaigian (Final):

 

  •  Bielorussia all’Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Country  Bielorussia
National selection
Selection process Nationalny Otbor 2020
Selection date(s) Semi-finals:
Final:
Selected entrant
Selected song
Selected songwriter(s)
Finals performance
Semi-final result
Final result
 Bielorussia in the Eurovision Song Contest

◄2019 •                    2020                    • 2021►

Belarus participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song “”, performed by . The Belarusian national broadcaster, National State Television and Radio Company of the Republic of Belarus (BTRC) organised a national final in order to select the Belarusian entry for the 2020 contest in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

1.Background

2.Before Eurovision: 

2.1.Competing entries (Artist / Song / Composition / Lyrics): 

2.1.1.Semi-finals:

Night 1 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

Night 2 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.1.2.Final (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.2.Promotion:

3.At Eurovision:

3.1.Semi-final:

3.2.Voting:

3.2.1.Points awarded to Bielorussia (Semi-final ):

Points awarded to Bielorussia (Final):

3.2.2.Points awarded by Bielorussia (Semi-final ):

Points awarded by Bielorussia (Final ):

3.2.3.Split voting results:

Split voting results from Bielorussia (Semi-final ):

Split voting results from Bielorussia (Final):

 

  •  Belgio all’Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Country  Belgio
National selection
Selection process Internal Selection
Selection date(s) Semi-finals:
Final:
Selected entrant
Selected song
Selected songwriter(s)
Finals performance
Semi-final result
Final result
 Belgio in the Eurovision Song Contest

◄2019 •                    2020                    • 2021►

Belgium participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song “”, performed by .  was selected internally by the Belgian national broadcaster, Vlaamse Radio- en Televisieomroeporganisatie (VRT) to represent Belgium in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

1.Background

2.Before Eurovision: 

2.1.Competing entries (Artist / Song / Composition / Lyrics): 

2.1.1.Semi-finals:

Night 1 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

Night 2 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.1.2.Final (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.2.Promotion:

3.At Eurovision:

3.1.Semi-final:

3.2.Voting:

3.2.1.Points awarded to Belgio (Semi-final ):

Points awarded to Belgio (Final):

3.2.2.Points awarded by Belgio (Semi-final ):

Points awarded by Belgio (Final ):

3.2.3.Split voting results:

Split voting results from Belgio (Semi-final ):

Split voting results from Belgio (Final):

 

  •  Croazia all’Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Country  Croazia
National selection
Selection process Internal Selection
Selection date(s) Semi-finals:
Final:
Selected entrant
Selected song
Selected songwriter(s)
Finals performance
Semi-final result
Final result
 Croatia in the Eurovision Song Contest

◄2019 •                    2020                    • 2021►

Croatia participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song “”, performed by .  The Croatian national broadcaster, Croatian Radiotelevision (HRT) organised the national final DORA 2020 in order to select the Croatian entry for the 2020 contest in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

1.Background

2.Before Eurovision: 

2.1.Competing entries (Artist / Song / Composition / Lyrics): 

2.1.1.Semi-finals:

Night 1 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

Night 2 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.1.2.Final (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.2.Promotion:

3.At Eurovision:

3.1.Semi-final:

3.2.Voting:

3.2.1.Points awarded to Croatia (Semi-final ):

Points awarded to Croatia (Final):

3.2.2.Points awarded by Croatia (Semi-final ):

Points awarded by Croatia (Final ):

3.2.3.Split voting results:

Split voting results from Croatia (Semi-final ):

Split voting results from Croatia (Final):

 

  •  Cipro all’Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Country  Cipro
National selection
Selection process Internal selection
Selection date(s) Semi-finals:
Final:
Selected entrant
Selected song
Selected songwriter(s)
Finals performance
Semi-final result
Final result
 Cipro in the Eurovision Song Contest

◄2019 •                    2020                    • 2021►

Cyprus participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song “”, performed by . was selected internally by the Cypriot national broadcaster, Cyprus Broadcasting Corporation (CyBC) to represent Cyprus in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

1.Background

2.Before Eurovision: 

2.1.Competing entries (Artist / Song / Composition / Lyrics): 

2.1.1.Semi-finals:

Night 1 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

Night 2 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.1.2.Final (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.2.Promotion:

3.At Eurovision:

3.1.Semi-final:

3.2.Voting:

3.2.1.Points awarded to Cipro (Semi-final ):

Points awarded to Cipro (Final):

3.2.2.Points awarded by Cipro (Semi-final ):

Points awarded by Cipro (Final ):

3.2.3.Split voting results:

Split voting results from Cipro (Semi-final ):

Split voting results from Cipro (Final):

 

  •  Repubblica Ceca all’Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Country  Repubblica Ceca
National selection
Selection process Eurovision Song CZ 2020
Selection date(s) Semi-finals:
Final:
Selected entrant
Selected song
Selected songwriter(s)
Finals performance
Semi-final result
Final result
 Repubblica Ceca in the Eurovision Song Contest

◄2019 •                    2020                    • 2021►

Czech Republic participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song “”, performed by . The Czech national broadcaster, Česká televize (ČT) organised the national final Eurovision Song CZ 2020 in order to select the Czech entry for the 2020 contest in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

1.Background

2.Before Eurovision: 

2.1.Competing entries (Artist / Song / Composition / Lyrics): 

2.1.1.Semi-finals:

Night 1 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

Night 2 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.1.2.Final (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.2.Promotion:

3.At Eurovision:

3.1.Semi-final:

3.2.Voting:

3.2.1.Points awarded to Repubblica Ceca (Semi-final ):

Points awarded to Repubblica Ceca (Final):

3.2.2.Points awarded by Repubblica Ceca (Semi-final ):

Points awarded by Repubblica Ceca (Final ):

3.2.3.Split voting results:

Split voting results from Repubblica Ceca (Semi-final ):

Split voting results from Repubblica Ceca (Final):

 

  •  Danimarca all’Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Country  Danimarca
National selection
Selection process Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2020
Selection date(s) Semi-finals:
Final:
Selected entrant
Selected song
Selected songwriter(s)
Finals performance
Semi-final result
Final result
 Danimarca in the Eurovision Song Contest

◄2019 •                    2020                    • 2021►

Denmark participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song “”, performed by . The Danish national broadcaster, DR organised the national final Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2020 in order to select the Danish entry for the 2020 contest in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

1.Background

2.Before Eurovision: 

2.1.Competing entries (Artist / Song / Composition / Lyrics): 

2.1.1.Semi-finals:

Night 1 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

Night 2 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.1.2.Final (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.2.Promotion:

3.At Eurovision:

3.1.Semi-final:

3.2.Voting:

3.2.1.Points awarded to Danimarca (Semi-final ):

Points awarded to Danimarca (Final):

3.2.2.Points awarded by Danimarca  (Semi-final ):

Points awarded by Danimarca  (Final ):

3.2.3.Split voting results:

Split voting results from Danimarca (Semi-final ):

Split voting results from Danimarca (Final):

 

  •  Estonia all’Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Country  Estonia
National selection
Selection process Eesti Laul 2020
Selection date(s) Semi-finals:
Final:
Selected entrant
Selected song
Selected songwriter(s)
Finals performance
Semi-final result
Final result
 Estonia in the Eurovision Song Contest

◄2019 •                    2020                    • 2021►

Estonia participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song “”, performed by . The Estonian national broadcaster, Eesti Rahvusringhääling (ERR) organised the national final Eesti Laul 2020 in order to select the Estonian entry for the 2020 contest in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

1.Background

2.Before Eurovision: 

2.1.Competing entries (Artist / Song / Composition / Lyrics): 

2.1.1.Semi-finals:

Night 1 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

Night 2 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.1.2.Final (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.2.Promotion:

3.At Eurovision:

3.1.Semi-final:

3.2.Voting:

3.2.1.Points awarded to Estonia (Semi-final ):

Points awarded to Estonia (Final):

3.2.2.Points awarded by Estonia (Semi-final ):

Points awarded by Estonia (Final ):

3.2.3.Split voting results:

Split voting results from Estonia (Semi-final ):

Split voting results from Estonia (Final):

 

  •  Finlandia all’Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Country  Finlandia
National selection
Selection process Uuden Musiikin Kilpailu 2020
Selection date(s) Semi-finals:
Final:
Selected entrant
Selected song
Selected songwriter(s)
Finals performance
Semi-final result
Final result
 Finlandia in the Eurovision Song Contest

◄2019 •                    2020                    • 2021►

Finland participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song “”, performed by . The Estonian national broadcaster, Eesti Rahvusringhääling (ERR) organised the national final Uuden Musiikin Kilpailu 2020 (Contest for New Music 2020) in order to select the Estonian entry for the 2020 contest in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

1.Background

2.Before Eurovision: 

2.1.Competing entries (Artist / Song / Composition / Lyrics): 

2.1.1.Semi-finals:

Night 1 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

Night 2 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.1.2.Final (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.2.Promotion:

3.At Eurovision:

3.1.Semi-final:

3.2.Voting:

3.2.1.Points awarded to Finlandia (Semi-final ):

Points awarded to Finlandia (Final):

3.2.2.Points awarded by Finlandia (Semi-final ):

Points awarded by Finlandia (Final ):

3.2.3.Split voting results:

Split voting results from Finlandia (Semi-final ):

Split voting results from Finlandia (Final):

 

  •  Georgia all’Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Country  Georgia
National selection
Selection process Georgia’s Star 2020
Selection date(s) Semi-finals:
Final:
Selected entrant
Selected song
Selected songwriter(s)
Finals performance
Semi-final result
Final result
 Georgia in the Eurovision Song Contest

◄2019 •                    2020                    • 2021►

Georgia participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song “”, performed by . The Estonian national broadcaster, Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB) organised the national final Georgian Idol 2020 (საქართველოს ვარსკვლავში 2020, Saqartvelos varskvlavi, Varskvlavebis Akademia, Georgia’s Star) in order to select the Estonian entry for the 2020 contest in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

1.Background

2.Before Eurovision: 

2.1.Competing entries (Artist / Song / Composition / Lyrics): 

2.1.1.Semi-finals:

Night 1 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

Night 2 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.1.2.Final (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.2.Promotion:

3.At Eurovision:

3.1.Semi-final:

3.2.Voting:

3.2.1.Points awarded to Georgia (Semi-final ):

Points awarded to Georgia (Final):

3.2.2.Points awarded by Georgia (Semi-final ):

Points awarded by Georgia (Final ):

3.2.3.Split voting results:

Split voting results from Georgia (Semi-final ):

Split voting results from Georgia (Final):

 

  • Grecia all’Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Country Greece
National selection
Selection process
Selection date(s) Semi-finals:
Final:
Selected entrant
Selected song
Selected songwriter(s)
Finals performance
Semi-final result
Final result
 Greece  in the Eurovision Song Contest

◄2019 •                    2020                    • 2021►

Greece participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song “”, performed by . was selected internally by the Greek national broadcaster, Ellinikí Radiofonía Tileórasi (ERT) to represent Cyprus in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

1.Background

2.Before Eurovision: 

2.1.Competing entries (Artist / Song / Composition / Lyrics): 

2.1.1.Semi-finals:

Night 1 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

Night 2 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.1.2.Final (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.2.Promotion:

3.At Eurovision:

3.1.Semi-final:

3.2.Voting:

3.2.1.Points awarded to Greece (Semi-final ):

Points awarded to Greece (Final):

3.2.2.Points awarded by Greece (Semi-final ):

Points awarded by Greece (Final ):

3.2.3.Split voting results:

Split voting results from Greecea (Semi-final ):

Split voting results from Greece (Final):

• Countries – 2ª Semi-finale (in ordine alfabetico)

  • Islanda all’Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Country Islanda
National selection
Selection process Internal Selection
Selection date(s) Semi-finals:
Final:
Selected entrant
Selected song
Selected songwriter(s)
Finals performance
Semi-final result
Final result
Islanda in the Eurovision Song Contest

◄2019 •                    2020                    • 2021►

Iceland participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song “”, performed by . The Icelandic national broadcaster, Ríkisútvarpið (RÚV) organised the national final Söngvakeppnin 2020 in order to select the Icelandic entry for the 2020 contest in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

1.Background

2.Before Eurovision: 

2.1.Competing entries (Artist / Song / Composition / Lyrics): 

2.1.1.Semi-finals:

Night 1 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

Night 2 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.1.2.Final (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.2.Promotion:

3.At Eurovision:

3.1.Semi-final:

3.2.Voting:

3.2.1.Points awarded to Islanda (Semi-final ):

Points awarded to Islanda (Final):

3.2.2.Points awarded by Islanda (Semi-final ):

Points awarded by Islanda (Final ):

3.2.3.Split voting results:

Split voting results from Islanda (Semi-final ):

Split voting results from Islanda (Final):

 

  •  Irlanda all’Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Country  Irlanda
National selection
Selection process Internal Selection
Selection date(s) Semi-finals:
Final:
Selected entrant
Selected song
Selected songwriter(s)
Finals performance
Semi-final result
Final result
 Irlanda in the Eurovision Song Contest

◄2019 •                    2020                    • 2021►

Ireland participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song “”, performed by . was selected internally by the Irish national broadcaster, Raidió Teilifís Éireann (RTÉ) to represent Cyprus in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

1.Background

2.Before Eurovision: 

2.1.Competing entries (Artist / Song / Composition / Lyrics): 

2.1.1.Semi-finals:

Night 1 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

Night 2 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.1.2.Final (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.2.Promotion:

3.At Eurovision:

3.1.Semi-final:

3.2.Voting:

3.2.1.Points awarded to Irlanda (Semi-final ):

Points awarded to Irlanda (Final):

3.2.2.Points awarded by Irlanda (Semi-final ):

Points awarded by Irlanda (Final ):

3.2.3.Split voting results:

Split voting results from Irlanda (Semi-final ):

Split voting results from Irlanda (Final):

  • Ungheria all’Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Country Ungheria
National selection
Selection process
Selection date(s) Semi-finals:
Final:
Selected entrant
Selected song
Selected songwriter(s)
Finals performance
Semi-final result
Final result
Ungheria in the Eurovision Song Contest

◄2019 •                    2020                    • 2021►

Hungary participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song “”, performed by . The Hungarian national broadcaster, Media Services and Support Trust Fund (MTVA) organised the national final A Dal 2020 in order to select the Hungarian entry for the 2020 contest in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

1.Background

2.Before Eurovision: 

2.1.Competing entries (Artist / Song / Composition / Lyrics): 

2.1.1.Semi-finals:

Night 1 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

Night 2 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.1.2.Final (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.2.Promotion:

3.At Eurovision:

3.1.Semi-final:

3.2.Voting:

3.2.1.Points awarded to Ungheria (Semi-final ):

Points awarded to Ungheria (Final):

3.2.2.Points awarded by Ungheria (Semi-final ):

Points awarded by Ungheria (Final ):

3.2.3.Split voting results:

Split voting results from Ungheria (Semi-final ):

Split voting results from Ungheria (Final):

 

  •  Israele all’Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Country  Israele
National selection
Selection process Artista: HaKokhav HaBa L’Eurovizion 2020 
Canzone: Internal Selection
Selection date(s) Semi-finals:
Final:
Selected entrant
Selected song
Selected songwriter(s)
Finals performance
Semi-final result
Final result
 Israele in the Eurovision Song Contest

◄2019 •                    2020                    • 2021►

Israel participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song “”, performed by . The Israeli national broadcaster, Israeli Public Broadcasting Corporation (IPBC) collaborated with the commercial broadcaster Keshet and Tedy Productions, which organisied the reality singing competition HaKokhav HaBa L’Eurovizion 2020 (הכוכב הבא לאירוויזיון, The Next Star For Eurovision) in order to select the Israeli entry for the 2020 contest in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

1.Background

2.Before Eurovision: 

2.1.Competing entries (Artist / Song / Composition / Lyrics): 

2.1.1.Semi-finals:

Night 1 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

Night 2 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.1.2.Final (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.2.Promotion:

3.At Eurovision:

3.1.Semi-final:

3.2.Voting:

3.2.1.Points awarded to Israele (Semi-final ):

Points awarded to Israele (Final):

3.2.2.Points awarded by Israele (Semi-final ):

Points awarded by Israele (Final ):

3.2.3.Split voting results:

Split voting results from Israele (Semi-final ):

Split voting results from Israele (Final):

 

  •  Lettonia all’Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Country  Lettonia
National selection
Selection process
Selection date(s) Semi-finals:
Final:
Selected entrant
Selected song
Selected songwriter(s)
Finals performance
Semi-final result
Final result
 Lettonia in the Eurovision Song Contest

◄2019 •                    2020                    • 2021►

Latvia participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song “”, performed by . The Latvian national broadcaster, Latvijas Televīzija (LTV) organised the national final Supernova 2020 in order to select the Latvian entry for the 2020 contest in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

1.Background

2.Before Eurovision: 

2.1.Competing entries (Artist / Song / Composition / Lyrics): 

2.1.1.Semi-finals:

Night 1 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

Night 2 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.1.2.Final (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.2.Promotion:

3.At Eurovision:

3.1.Semi-final:

3.2.Voting:

3.2.1.Points awarded to Lettonia (Semi-final ):

Points awarded to Lettonia (Final):

3.2.2.Points awarded by Lettonia (Semi-final ):

Points awarded by Lettonia (Final ):

3.2.3.Split voting results:

Split voting results from Lettonia (Semi-final ):

Split voting results from Lettonia (Final):

 

  •  Lituania all’Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Country  Lituania
National selection
Selection process „Eurovizijos“ dainų konkurso nacionalinė atranka 2020
Selection date(s) Semi-finals:
Final:
Selected entrant
Selected song
Selected songwriter(s)
Finals performance
Semi-final result
Final result
 Lituania in the Eurovision Song Contest

◄2019 •                    2020                    • 2021►

Lithuania participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song “”, performed by . The Lithuanian national broadcaster, LRT televizija (LRT) organised the national final „Eurovizijos“ dainų konkurso nacionalinė atranka 2020 in order to select the Lithuanian entry for the 2020 contest in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

1.Background

2.Before Eurovision: 

2.1.Competing entries (Artist / Song / Composition / Lyrics): 

2.1.1.Semi-finals:

Night 1 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

Night 2 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.1.2.Final (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.2.Promotion:

3.At Eurovision:

3.1.Semi-final:

3.2.Voting:

3.2.1.Points awarded to Lituania (Semi-final ):

Points awarded to Lituania (Final):

3.2.2.Points awarded by Lituania (Semi-final ):

Points awarded by Lituania (Final ):

3.2.3.Split voting results:

Split voting results from Lituania (Semi-final ):

Split voting results from Lituania (Final):

 

  • Montenegro all’Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Country Montenegro
National selection
Selection process
Selection date(s) Semi-finals:
Final:
Selected entrant
Selected song
Selected songwriter(s)
Finals performance
Semi-final result
Final result
Montenegro in the Eurovision Song Contest

◄2019 •                    2020                    • 2021►

Montenegro participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song “”, performed by . The Montenegrin national broadcaster, Radio and Television of Montenegro (RTCG) organised the national final Montevizija 2020 in order to select the Montenegrin entry for the 2020 contest in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

1.Background

2.Before Eurovision: 

2.1.Competing entries (Artist / Song / Composition / Lyrics): 

2.1.1.Semi-finals:

Night 1 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

Night 2 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.1.2.Final (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.2.Promotion:

3.At Eurovision:

3.1.Semi-final:

3.2.Voting:

3.2.1.Points awarded to Montenegro (Semi-final ):

Points awarded to Montenegro (Final):

3.2.2.Points awarded by Montenegro (Semi-final ):

Points awarded by Montenegro (Final ):

3.2.3.Split voting results:

Split voting results from Montenegro (Semi-final ):

Split voting results from Montenegro (Final):

 

  •  Norvegia all’Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Country  Norvegia
National selection
Selection process Melodi Grand Prix 2019
Selection date(s) Semi-finals:
Final:
Selected entrant
Selected song
Selected songwriter(s)
Finals performance
Semi-final result
Final result
 Norvegia in the Eurovision Song Contest

◄2019 •                    2020                    • 2021►

Norway participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song “”, performed by . The Norwegian national broadcaster, Norsk rikskringkasting (NRK) organised the national final Norsk Melodi Grand Prix 2020 in order to select the Norwegian entry for the 2020 contest in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

1.Background

2.Before Eurovision: 

2.1.Competing entries (Artist / Song / Composition / Lyrics): 

2.1.1.Semi-finals:

Night 1 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

Night 2 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.1.2.Final (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.2.Promotion:

3.At Eurovision:

3.1.Semi-final:

3.2.Voting:

3.2.1.Points awarded to Norvegia (Semi-final ):

Points awarded to Norvegia (Final):

3.2.2.Points awarded by Norvegia (Semi-final ):

Points awarded by Norvegia (Final ):

3.2.3.Split voting results:

Split voting results from Norvegia (Semi-final ):

Split voting results from Norvegia (Final):

 

  •  Portogallo all’Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Country  Portogallo
National selection
Selection process Festival da Canção 2020
Selection date(s) Semi-finals:
Final:
Selected entrant
Selected song
Selected songwriter(s)
Finals performance
Semi-final result
Final result
 Portogallo in the Eurovision Song Contest

◄2019 •                    2020                    • 2021►

Portugal participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song “”, performed by . The Portuguese national broadcaster, Rádio e Televisão de Portugal (RTP) organised the national final Festival da Canção 2020 in order to select the Portuguese entry for the 2020 contest in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

1.Background

2.Before Eurovision: 

2.1.Competing entries (Artist / Song / Composition / Lyrics): 

2.1.1.Semi-finals:

Night 1 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

Night 2 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.1.2.Final (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.2.Promotion:

3.At Eurovision:

3.1.Semi-final:

3.2.Voting:

3.2.1.Points awarded to Portogallo (Semi-final ):

Points awarded to Portogallo (Final):

3.2.2.Points awarded by Portogallo (Semi-final ):

Points awarded by Portogallo (Final ):

3.2.3.Split voting results:

Split voting results from Portogallo (Semi-final ):

Split voting results from Portogallo (Final):

 

  • Romania all’Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Country Romania
National selection
Selection process
Selection date(s) Semi-finals:
Final:
Selected entrant
Selected song
Selected songwriter(s)
Finals performance
Semi-final result
Final result
Romania in the Eurovision Song Contest

◄2019 •                    2020                    • 2021►

Romania participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song “”, performed by . The Romanian national broadcaster, Televiziunea Română (TVR) organised the national final Selecția Națională 2020 in order to select the Romanian entry for the 2020 contest in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

1.Background

2.Before Eurovision: 

2.1.Competing entries (Artist / Song / Composition / Lyrics): 

2.1.1.Semi-finals:

Night 1 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

Night 2 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.1.2.Final (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.2.Promotion:

3.At Eurovision:

3.1.Semi-final:

3.2.Voting:

3.2.1.Points awarded to Romania (Semi-final ):

Points awarded to Romania (Final):

3.2.2.Points awarded by Romania (Semi-final ):

Points awarded by Romania (Final ):

3.2.3.Split voting results:

Split voting results from Romania (Semi-final ):

Split voting results from Romania (Final):

 

  •  Russia all’Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Country  Russia
National selection
Selection process Internal Selection
Selection date(s) Semi-finals:
Final:
Selected entrant
Selected song
Selected songwriter(s)
Finals performance
Semi-final result
Final result
 Russia in the Eurovision Song Contest

◄2019 •                    2020                    • 2021►

Russia participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song “”, performed by . was selected internally by the Russian national broadcaster, Channel One Russia (Первый канал) to represent Russia in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

1.Background

2.Before Eurovision: 

2.1.Competing entries (Artist / Song / Composition / Lyrics): 

2.1.1.Semi-finals:

Night 1 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

Night 2 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.1.2.Final (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.2.Promotion:

3.At Eurovision:

3.1.Semi-final:

3.2.Voting:

3.2.1.Points awarded to Russia (Semi-final ):

Points awarded to Russia (Final):

3.2.2.Points awarded by Russia (Semi-final ):

Points awarded by Russia (Final ):

3.2.3.Split voting results:

Split voting results from Russia (Semi-final ):

Split voting results from Russia (Final):

 

  •  San Marino all’Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Country  San Marino
National selection
Selection process Internal Selection
Selection date(s) Semi-finals:
Final:
Selected entrant
Selected song
Selected songwriter(s)
Finals performance
Semi-final result
Final result
 San Marino in the Eurovision Song Contest

◄2019 •                    2020                    • 2021►

San Marino participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song “”, performed by . was selected internally by the Sammarinese national broadcaster, San Marino RTV (SMRTV) to represent San Marino in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

1.Background

2.Before Eurovision: 

2.1.Competing entries (Artist / Song / Composition / Lyrics): 

2.1.1.Semi-finals:

Night 1 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

Night 2 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.1.2.Final (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.2.Promotion:

3.At Eurovision:

3.1.Semi-final:

3.2.Voting:

3.2.1.Points awarded to San Marino (Semi-final ):

Points awarded to San Marino (Final):

3.2.2.Points awarded by San Marino (Semi-final ):

Points awarded by San Marino (Final ):

3.2.3.Split voting results:

Split voting results from San Marino (Semi-final ):

Split voting results from San Marino (Final):

 

  •  Serbia all’Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Country  Serbia
National selection
Selection process Beovizija 2020
Selection date(s) Semi-finals:
Final:
Selected entrant
Selected song
Selected songwriter(s)
Finals performance
Semi-final result
Final result
 Serbia in the Eurovision Song Contest

◄2019 •                    2020                    • 2021►

Serbia participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song “”, performed by . The Serbian national broadcaster, Radio Television of Serbia (RTS) organised the national final Beovizija 2020 (Беовизија 2020) in order to select the Serbia entry for the 2020 contest in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

1.Background

2.Before Eurovision: 

2.1.Competing entries (Artist / Song / Composition / Lyrics): 

2.1.1.Semi-finals:

Night 1 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

Night 2 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.1.2.Final (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.2.Promotion:

3.At Eurovision:

3.1.Semi-final:

3.2.Voting:

3.2.1.Points awarded to Serbia (Semi-final ):

Points awarded to Serbia (Final):

3.2.2.Points awarded by Serbia (Semi-final ):

Points awarded by Serbia (Final ):

3.2.3.Split voting results:

Split voting results from Serbia (Semi-final ):

Split voting results from Serbia (Final):

 

  •  Slovenia all’Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Country  Slovenia
National selection
Selection process EMA 2020
Selection date(s) Semi-finals:
Final:
Selected entrant
Selected song
Selected songwriter(s)
Finals performance
Semi-final result
Final result
 Slovenia in the Eurovision Song Contest

◄2019 •                    2020                    • 2021►

Slovenia participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song “”, performed by . The Slovenian national broadcaster, Radiotelevizija Slovenija (RTV Slovenija) organised the national final EMA 2020 (Evrovizijska MelodijA) in order to select the Slovenian entry for the 2020 contest in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

1.Background

2.Before Eurovision: 

2.1.Competing entries (Artist / Song / Composition / Lyrics): 

2.1.1.Semi-finals:

Night 1 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

Night 2 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.1.2.Final (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.2.Promotion:

3.At Eurovision:

3.1.Semi-final:

3.2.Voting:

3.2.1.Points awarded to Slovenia (Semi-final ):

Points awarded to Slovenia (Final):

3.2.2.Points awarded by Slovenia (Semi-final ):

Points awarded by Slovenia (Final ):

3.2.3.Split voting results:

Split voting results from Slovenia (Semi-final ):

Split voting results from Slovenia (Final):

 

  •  Svezia all’Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Country  Svezia 
National selection
Selection process Melodifestivalen 2020
Selection date(s) Semi-finals:
Second Chance:
Final:
Selected entrant
Selected song
Selected songwriter(s)
Finals performance
Semi-final result
Final result
 Svezia in the Eurovision Song Contest

◄2019 •                    2020                    • 2021►

Svezia participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song “”, performed by . The Swedish national broadcaster, Sveriges Television (SVT) organised the national final Melodifestivalen 2020 in order to select the Swedish entry for the 2020 contest in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

1.Background

2.Before Eurovision: 

2.1.Competing entries (Artist / Song / Composition / Lyrics): 

2.1.1.Semi-finals:

Night 1 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

Night 2 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.1.2.Final (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.2.Promotion:

3.At Eurovision:

3.1.Semi-final:

3.2.Voting:

3.2.1.Points awarded to Svezia (Semi-final ):

Points awarded to Svezia (Final):

3.2.2.Points awarded by Svezia (Semi-final ):

Points awarded by Svezia (Final ):

3.2.3.Split voting results:

Split voting results from Svezia (Semi-final ):

Split voting results from Svezia (Final):

 

  •  Svizzera all’Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Country  Svizzera
National selection
Selection process Internal selection
Selection date(s) Semi-finals:
Final:
Selected entrant
Selected song
Selected songwriter(s)
Finals performance
Semi-final result
Final result
 Svizzera in the Eurovision Song Contest

◄2019 •                    2020                    • 2021►

Switzerland participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song “”, performed by . was selected internally by the Swiss national broadcaster, Swiss Broadcasting Corporation (SRG SSR) to represent Switzerland in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

1.Background

2.Before Eurovision: 

2.1.Internal selection: 

2.1.1.Format:

2.2.Final selection:

3.At Eurovision:

3.1.Semi-final:

3.2.Voting:

3.2.1.Points awarded to Svizzera (Semi-final ):

Points awarded to Svizzera (Final):

3.2.2.Points awarded by Svizzera (Semi-final ):

Points awarded by Svizzera (Final ):

3.2.3.Split voting results:

Split voting results from Svizzera (Semi-final ):

Split voting results from Svizzera (Final):

 

  •  Ucraina all’Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Country  Ucraina
National selection
Selection process
Selection date(s) Semi-finals:
Final:
Selected entrant
Selected song
Selected songwriter(s)
Finals performance
Semi-final result
Final result
 Ucraina in the Eurovision Song Contest

◄2019 •                    2020                    • 2021►

Ukraine participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song “”, performed by . The Ukrainian national broadcaster, National Public Broadcasting Company of Ukraine (UA:PBC) organised the national final Vidbir 2020 in order to select the Ukrainian entry for the 2020 contest in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

1.Background

2.Before Eurovision: 

2.1.Competing entries (Artist / Song / Composition / Lyrics): 

2.1.1.Semi-finals:

Night 1 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

Night 2 (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.1.2.Final (Draw / Artist / Song / Total / Place) – 

2.2.Promotion:

3.At Eurovision:

3.1.Semi-final:

3.2.Voting:

3.2.1.Points awarded to Ucraina (Semi-final ):

Points awarded to Ucraina (Final):

3.2.2.Points awarded by Ucraina (Semi-final ):

Points awarded by Ucraina (Final ):

3.2.3.Split voting results:

Split voting results from Ucraina (Semi-final ):

Split voting results from Ucraina (Final):

 

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