Recap: 3 artists chosen, 3 finals complete!
Scandinavia went into full Eurovision gear this weekend, with national finals in Denmark and Sweden, and three semi-finals in Norway.
Slovenia also selected their representative, while Portugal and Belgium completed the line-ups for their finals next week. In Montenego, the song was presented.
The Danish entry was selected in Saturday night’s Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2014, in a field of 10 songs. After three made it to a super-final, the jury and televote agreed that Basim was the best choice for Copenhagen, with the song “Cliche Love Song.”
The Swedish selection show Melodifestivalen came to an end with the sixth and final show, live from Stockholm. Ten songs were in the running and the winner was decided by 11 international jury groups and the Swedish public.
Seven artists competed in EMA 2014 to represent Slovenia at the Eurovision Song Contest. The lucky winner was Tinkara Kovač, who will represent her country with the song “Spet (Round and Round).”
The Montenegrin representative Sergej Ćetković presented his song “Moj Svijet” to all of Europe, as the presentation was streamed live on eurovision.tv. An English version called “My World” was also recorded.
It was a regular Melodi Grand Prix weekend in Norway, as three semi-finals aired over three consecutive nights, each sending three artists to the final on Saturday, March 15!
In Portugal, in the selection show Festival da Canção 2014, a semi-final of 10 were sliced down to five, creating the line-up of the final that will air next Saturday, March 15!
The last semi-final aired in Belgium, adding the final two artists to the final that will air next Saturday, March 15
14 songs remain
14 songs have yet to be decided or presented, but at the end of this week, we will know what eight of them sound like.