EUROPE – Tonight is the day we have the most TV shows of the season for the Eurovision 2022 selection season.
- Estonia – Eesti Laul – Semi-Final Two – 18:30 CET
- Norway – Melodi Grand Prix 2022 – Semi-Final Four – 19:50 CET
- Lithuania – Pabandom is naujo! 2022 – Semi-Final Two
- Sweden – Melodifestivalen 2022 – Heat One – 20:00 CET
- Latvia – Supernova 2022 – Semi-Final – 20:05 CET
- Israel – X-Factor Israel – Final – 20:15 CET (VPN neeed)
- Slovenia – EMA 2022 – Semi-Final One – 20:20 CET
- Italy – Festival della Sanremo – Final – 20:40 CET
- Iceland – Söngvakeppnin Song Reveal – 20:50 CET
- Romania – Drumul spre Torino – Show One – 22:00 CET
BETTING ODDS FOR TONIGHT SHOWS
- Mahmood & Blanco are the favourites to win in Italy
- Stefan, Black Velvet, Jaagup Tuisk, Anna Sahlene, Maian are the favourites to proceed to the Estonia final, in tonight’s second semi-final
- Maria Mohn is the favourite for the fourth MGP semi-final
- Aminata, Bermudu, Citi Zeni, Bujans, Kato, Elina, Markus, Zelma, Miks Dukurs, Beatrice and Miks Galvanovskis are the favourites for the Supernova semi-final
- Robin and Cornelia are the favourites in the first Melodifestivalen semi-final
- Michael Ben David is the favourite to win the Israeli X-Factor
This evening in Tallinn, ten musicians battle for five spots in the Eesti Laul Grand Final. This evening’s qualifications will be decided in two rounds. In the first round, all 10 performers will perform, with the top three determined by a 50/50 split of televotes and jury votes. The audience will vote again for the remaining seven performers in the second round, with two making it to the final.
Minimal Wind ft. Elisabeth Tiffany will not be able to play live in tomorrow’s semi-final, but they will still compete. In lieu of a live performance, the music video for their song “What To Make Of This,” which was aired at the quarter-finals last month, will be presented.
Maarja-Liis Ilus and Priit Loog are hosting the Eesti Laul semi-finals. Maarja-Liis Ilus is best known for representing Estonia in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1996 and 1997. Priit Loog is a theatre, television, and film actor. The semi-finals will take place in front of an empty stadium.
This evening, the Melodi Grand Prix resumes as Norway seeks its song for the Eurovision Song Contest 2022 in Turin, Italy. This evening, four competitors will vie for a spot in the Grand Final, while one pre-qualified artist will perform their submission.
The winner of each fight advances to the final gold duel. The gold duel winner will advance to the Grand Final. Voting will take conducted on the NRK website, with each voting round allowing people to vote for up to three teams.
One of the pre-qualified finalists will play their entry live for the first time at each episode leading up to the final. “Give That Wolf a Banana” by Subwoolfer will be performed.
Tonight is the second semi-final of the Lithuanian selection, with nine candidates fighting for four spots in the Grand Final. The four finalists will be chosen by a combination of 50% televoting and 50% jury voting. The judges will make comments on the performances throughout the program, but their conclusions will not be revealed until after the televote closes.
This year’s Pabandom I Naujo will be hosted by Giedrius Masalskis, Ieva Stasiuleviit, and Richardas Jonaitis. All three of this year’s hosts have prior radio and television experience. Giedrius hosted the previous Lithuanian selection Eurovizijos Atranka, while Ieva returns for the second year in a row to host Pabandom I Naujo.
Melodifestivalen 2022 kicks off this evening live from Stockholm’s Avicci Arena. Malou Prytz, Shirley Clamp, and Omar Rudberg are among those who have previously competed in the competition. Robin Bengtsson, the competition’s champion in 2017, is again back this year. Two artists will be immediately qualified for the Grand Final, while two others will compete in a Second Chance round.
The quest for Turin in Latvia begins this evening, with seventeen musicians participating in the Supernova Semi-Final. Supernova 2022 will be hosted by Ketija nberga and Lauris Reiniks. Ten qualifiers will be chosen from the semi-finals based on a 50/50 split of public and jury votes. LTV also maintains the ability to rescue one artist and provide them with a wildcard entry into the final.
LTV will unveil the jury members following Eurovision 2022. Representatives from Latvia’s music, event, and television industries, as well as overseas professionals, will serve on the jury. Viewers may vote an infinite number of times from the same number in the public vote.
This evening in Israel, four musicians will battle for the right to represent their country at Eurovision 2022. Following months of preparation, Israel will choose their participation in the Eurovision Song Contest 2022 this evening. Four musicians will compete to be chosen Israel’s entry for Turin by singing one song each. The winner will be determined in two rounds. In the first round, each of the four finalists will perform a cover, with one artist being eliminated. Following that, the three finalists will perform their Eurovision submissions. The winner will be determined by a 50/50 split of public votes, X-Factor Israel judges votes and professional jury votes.
The first of two semi-finals of EMA 2022 will take place this evening. A total of 10 musicians will compete for a spot in the EMA final. EMA 2022 will be hosted by Melani Mekicar and Bojan Cvjetianin. Three finalists will be chosen by a jury, and three more will be chosen by popular vote.
This evening is the closing night of the Festival della Canzone Italiana di Sanremo. All twenty-five performers will return to the Ariston Theatre stage.
This evening’s performance will be split into two halves. During the first act, all twenty-five artists will take the stage. Following each performance, the public will be able to vote. The results of the televote will be combined with the results of the previous four programs to provide an overall ranking ranging from 25th to 4th.
The top three will be invited to perform one more time. The outcomes of this round will be decided by 33% demoscopic voting, 33% press jury, and 34% public televote.
This evening’s program will be hosted by Amadeus, who will be accompanied by Marco Mengoni. Banda Musicale della Guardia di Finanza will also perform in the show.
This evening, the 10 Icelandic contestants and songs will be unveiled. The presentation, which will last for a little more than 30 minutes, will expose all of the artists as well as samples of their competing submissions. The semi-finals will be held on February 19 and 26, with the Grand Final on March 5.
Björg Magnsdóttir, Jón Jónsson, and Ragnhildur Steinunn Jónsdóttir will host all three programs. In the semi-finals, all entries must be performed in Icelandic. Acts may perform in whatever language they wish in the final, but they must perform in the language they plan to perform their entry in if they are chosen for Eurovision.
Drumul spre Torino (Road to Turin) will air on February 5, 6, and 7, taking viewers behind the scenes of the selection procedure, as well as jurors’ opinions and interviews. Ilinca, who represented Romania in the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 in Kyiv, Ukraine, hosts the broadcasts.
The live performances of the forty-six competitors in Selecția Naționala will be aired and made accessible on YouTube as part of the presentation. The first section of the Romanian selection consists of these performances.
On February 9 and 10, the public may vote on Facebook for the five songs they wish to advance to the televised semi-final, while a jury will choose another 15 songs.