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Semi-Final 1 Contestants

Belgium

Eliot

Song: Wake Up

The 18-year-old singer from Mons rose to national fame during ‘The Voice Belgique’ last year and has been chosen by Belgian national broadcaster RTBF to represent the country at the 64th Eurovision Song Contest in May.

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Finland

Darude featuring Sebastian Rejman

Song: Look Away

Ville Virtanen, better known by his stage name Darude, is one of the most successful Finnish artists of the modern era. He started making music in 1995 and released his most iconic hit single Sandstorm in 1999. The music video for the instrumental dance track, uploaded to YouTube in 2009, has reached more than 143 million views at the time of writing.

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Georgia

Oto Nemsadze

Song: Keep On Going

This year’s Eurovision Song Contest representative from Georgia is Oto Nemsadze. He was born on 18 June 1989 in Gori, a city located in the eastern part of Georgia. At the age of 3, his mother Maia started to teach him how to sing.

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Hungary

Joci Papai

Song: Az en apam

Joci has been writing songs with his guitar since the age of 4. He won ‘A Dal 2017’ that took him to the Eurovision Song Contest in Kyiv where he finished 8th in the Grand Final. This year he wrote a song about his intimate relationship with his father, entitled ‘Az én apám’.

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Montenegro

D-Moll

Song: Heaven

D-Moll consists of six members. Little background details were revealed about the group, but as they only got elevated to the international stage, we will surely get to know them better in the days and weeks to come.

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poland

Tulia

Song: Fire Of Love

Tulia are four singers (Patrycja Nowicka, Dominika Siepka, Joanna Sinkiewicz and Tulia Biczak), who combine their classic white voice (a traditional Eastern European style of singing) folk music with the most modern music production.

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Portugal

Conan Osiris

Song: Telemoveis

Conan Osiris is the artist name of 30-year-old Tiago Miranda. He will sing for Portugal at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv. Conan was born in Lisbon on 5 January, the same day as Hayao Miyazaki, the animation movie director that created ‘Future Boy Conan’ from where Tiago took inspiration for his name. The other half of his name, Osiris, comes from Egyptian Mythology from the symbol of rebirth and resurrection.

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Semi-Final 2 Contestants

Armenia

Srbuk

Song: Walking Out

Srbuk is being described as one of the rising stars of Armenia. She has participated in numerous competitions, both local and international, including reaching the final stage of ‘The Voice’ Ukraine.

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Austria

PAENDA

Song: Limits

At the age of 14, PAENDA wrote her first songs, while also learning how to play the guitar and piano in order to implement them musically. When it became clear that music was not just a passionate hobby for her, she moved to Vienna to study jazz. Several music projects followed, until she launched her project PAENDA in 2015.

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croatia

Roko

Song: The Dream

From the age of twelve, Roko pursued a musical career as a singer by joining a local singing group. Ever since, he has successfully competed in various talent shows like the Imagine Belgium Festival in Brussels and the popular Croatian tv show Zvjezde (Stars) where his mentor was Jacques Houdek. Roko also competed in the Serbian tv show Pinkove Zvezdice (The Stars of Pink) and won.

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Ireland

Sarah McTernan

Song: 22

Sarah McTernan will represent Ireland at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest. She was born on 11 March 1994 and is an Irish singer-songwriter from Scariff, County Clare. She came third in the series 4 of ‘The Voice of Ireland’ in April 2015. At her blind audition she sang ‘Who You Are’ and all 4 judges turned their chairs. Her coach and mentor was Rachel Stevens of S Club 7 fame.

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Lithuania

Carousel

Song: That Night

Sabine Žuga and Maris Vasilievsky make up the indie pop band Carousel since 2015. “Performing and being inspired by the music of their favorite authors, the band is now realizing a dream of creating their own original music and working on upcoming album. Musical diversity and the quality of performances has made it possible to perform a lot in Latvia and abroad,” their official biography says.

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Lithuania

Jurijus

Song: Run With The Lions

Jurijus not a stranger to the Eurovision Song Contest. He has already taken to the stage a couple of times; in 2013 he was a backing vocalist of the Lithuanian representative Andrius Pojavis and in 2015 he joined Vaidu Baumila and Monika Linkyte on stage.

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Moldova

Anna Odobescu

Song: Stay

Anna Odobescu will represent Moldova at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv. She is from Dubasari, on the left bank of the Nistru River in Moldova. Anna graduated from the Academy of Music, Theater and Fine Arts in Chisinau and says that she finds peace and inner silence in music.

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Romania

Ester Peony

Song: On A Sunday

Ester Alexandra Creţu, professionally known as Ester Peony, is a Romanian singer and songwriter. Her passion for music emerged during childhood when she lived with her family in Montréal, Canada.

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Grand Final Contestants

Malta

Michela Pace

Song: Chameleon

Michela Pace is 17 years old and hails from the island of Gozo. She is a student at Bishops Conservatory Girls School in Victoria. During her time on X Factor Malta, she was mentored by Howard Keith Debono.

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Denmark

Leonora

Song: Love is Forever

Since she was seven she has been active in ice skating, which has resulted several titles such as Denmark’s Junior Champion. She also participated in the Nordic Championships and the World Championships for Juniors.

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Azerbaijan

Chingiz

Song: Truth

At the age of 13, Chingiz moved with his mother and his brother to Baku, where eventually he was invited to audition for the Azerbaijani version of Pop Idol. Chingiz won the competition thanks to tremendous support from the jury and viewers of the show.

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sweden

John Lundvik

Song: Too Late For Love

Songwriter John Lundvik got his major breakthrough as an artist in ‘Melodifestivalen 2018’ when his song My Turn was voted directly on to the final. He became that year’s big surprise when he reached a fantastic third place. In 2019, John managed to top his achievement performing the song ‘Too Late For Love’ that had enormous success and sent him to the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv.

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switzerland

Luca Hanni

Song: She Got Me

Luca Hänni is Switzerland’s 2019 Eurovision Song Contest entrant. His musical career started with a bang in 2012: then just 17 years old, when the Swiss teenager won ‘Deutschland sucht den Superstar’, Germany’s version of Pop Idol. He was the first non-German to win the show and also the youngest ever winner.

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Albania

Jonida Maliqi

Song: Ktheju tokes

During the final of the Albanian national selection Festivali i Këngës, Jonida Maliqi won from thirteen participants with her song ‘Ktheju tokës’.

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Russia

Sergey Lazarev

Song: Scream

Sergey Lazarev has been chosen by broadcaster RTR to represent Russia at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv, Israel. Russia’s hopeful returns three years after his third place in 2016 with ‘You Are The Only One’.

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North Macedonia

Tamara Todevska

Song: Proud

Tamara Todevska is one of North Macedonia’s leading and best-selling female artists. Raised in a family of musicians, she first started performing at the young age of 6. Now she will represent her country at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv.

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Norway

KEiiNO

Song: Spirit In The Sky

KEiiNO is Norway’s 2019 Eurovision Song Contest entry. The band mixes electronic pop with Nordic folk melodies and joik, the traditional form of song of the Sami people. The trio was formed in 2018 by award-winning platinum singer and songwriter Tom Hugo, Sami rapper/joiker Fred Buljo and singer Alexandra Rotan. They will perform ‘Spirit In The Sky’ in Tel Aviv.

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the netherlands

Duncan Laurence

Song: Arcade

Duncan Laurence was born in 1994 in Spijkenisse, The Netherlands. He graduated this year from the Rock Academy in Tilburg, The Netherlands. Here he developed himself as a singer, songwriter and music producer. Besides that, he spent a lot of time writing songs in London and Stockholm.

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Greece

Katerine Duska

Song: Better Love

Katerine Duska is a Greek-Canadian singer/songwriter currently based in Athens. Her acclaimed debut album ‘Embodiment’ was released in 2016 by Minos EMI/Universal Records and in 2018, her single ‘Fire Away’ was selected for an official television ad campaign on Canadian tv.

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Belarus

Zena

Song: I Like It

ZENA is this year’s Eurovision Song Contest representative for Belarus. Born Zina Kupriyanovich on 17 September 2002 in Minsk, she began performing as a young child and already has several awards to her name. In 2016, ZENA became the voice of Moana, the lead female character in the Russian version of the Disney movie by the same name.

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serbia

Nevena Bozovic

Song: Kruna

Nevena Božović will represent Serbia at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest after winning Beovizija 2019, the country’s national selection competition. It is not her first Eurovision experience, Nevena took third place at the 2007 Junior Eurovision Song Contest and was part of ‘My 3’, the band that represented Serbia at the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest.

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Cyprus

Tamta

Song: Replay

Cyprus has picked Tamta as its representative for the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest. She will perform the song ‘Replay’, produced by Alex P. The staging will be done by acclaimed artistic director and choreographer Sacha Jean-Baptiste. The song will be released at a later date.

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Estonia

Victor Crone

Song: Storm

Victor Crone is a Swedish singer who has teamed up with Eesti Laul veterans Stig Rästa, Vallo Kikas and Fred Krieger to write and compose Storm. No stranger to the stage, Victor also competed in Melodifestivalen 2015 as a vocalist on the song ‘Det rår vi inte för’ by Behrang Miri.

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Czech Republic

Lake Malawi

Song: Friend Of A Friend

Lake Malawi is an indie-pop band founded in 2013 by Albert Černý (pictured). The name of the band is inspired by a Bon Iver song. Since the very beginning, Lake Malawi always aimed to make it outside of their home country Czech Republic and as a consequence performs in English. The band consists of Albert Černý (lead vocal, guitar), Jeroným Šubrt (bass and keys), Antonín Hrabal (drums) and Pavel Palát (drums).

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Australia

Kate Miller-Heidke

Song: Zero Gravity

Kate Miller-Heidke is an award-winning singer-songwriter who traverses the worlds of contemporary pop, folk and opera. She’s released four studio albums in Australia, achieving multi-platinum status and appearing in the top 10 album and singles charts numerous times.

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Iceland

Hatari

Song: Hatrið mun sigra

Hatari was founded in Reykjavík, Iceland in 2015 by Klemens Hannigan and Matthías Tryggvi Haraldsson with masked drummer Einar Hrafn Stefánsson joining shortly after. Joining them on the Eurovision Song Contest stage to dismantle capitalism are dancers/choreographers Sólbjört Sigurðardóttir, Andrean Sigurgeirsson, and Ástrós Guðjónsdóttir.

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San Marino

Serhat

Song: Say Na Na Na

Celebrating its tenth year in the Eurovision Song Contest, San Marino RTV invited Serhat to represent the country again. He participated in 2016 as well, when he represented the small republic with the song ‘I Didn’t Know’.

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slovenia

Zala Kralj & Gasper Santl

Song: Sebi

Zala Kralj & Gašper Šantl are a music duo that began their journey in the summer of 2017 when they recorded their first joint song Valovi. This happened after a mutual friend introduced them to each other. Valovi received several music awards in Slovenia.

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France

Bilal Hassani

Song: Roi

Bilal Hassani, born in 1999 in Paris of Moroccan origin, is a French singer and songwriter and video maker who made himself known through his videos and music on his YouTube channel, before participating in Destination Eurovision.

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uk

Michael Rice

Song: Bigger Than Us

On the 8th of February, Michael Rice was chosen by the public to represent the United Kingdom at the 64th Eurovision Song Contest with ‘Bigger Than Us’.

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Italy

Mahmood

Song: Soldi

Alessandro Mahmoud, aka Mahmood, was born in Milan in 1992 from an Italian mother and an Egyptian father. In 2016 he participated in the Newcomers Section of ‘Sanremo’ with the song Dimentica. As a writer, Mahmood has written for Elodie, Michele Bravi and Marco Mengoni who represented Italy at the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest.

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israel

Kobi Marimi

Song: Home

The 27-year-old Kobi Marimi was born and raised in Ramat Gan, Israel. Kobi finished he’s acting studies last year at the Nissan Nativ acting Studio in Tel Aviv. He appeared in a few plays.

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Germany

S!sters

Song: Sisters

S!sietrs are Carlotta Truman, from Hannover and Laurita Spinelli from Konisau. Both are finalists from singing reality shows in Germany.

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Spain

Miki

Song: La Venda

Miki won the special Eurovision Gala of Operación Triunfo with 34% of the votes and will perform his energetic song ‘La Venda’ at the Grand Final of the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest on the 18th of May in Israel.

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