It’s taken several weeks, but Lithuania has finally reached the end of its marathon national selection. The final was held between three singers—Mia, Vilija Mataciunaite and Vaidas Baumila. When the points from the international and Lithuanian juries were combined with televotes from the Lithuanian public, Vilija Mataciunaite emerged as the winner who will represent Lithuania in the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest. The song, “Attention”, was already chosen last weekend.

Lithuania will fight for the place in the grand final in the first semifinal on 8th May.

Eurovizijos results:

Jury points

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Eurovizijos Winner:

Did your favourite win? How do you think Lithuania will do? Let your opinion out in the comment section below!

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Neal
Neal
7 years ago

This is so bad… annoying song, bad performance, and she’s a bad singer… sorry :/

Zolan
Zolan
7 years ago

It’s easy to understand why people are so divided — it depends on what you notice and focus on.
I can imagine this becoming hugely popular with sharper production, or becoming a disorienting shambles. Lithuania is easily capable of making this work.

Paul
Paul
7 years ago

They should tone it down and make it a bit trip-hoppy.

Tha
Tha
7 years ago

Bad song, bad singer :/
Sorry, Lithuania.

Charles
Charles
7 years ago

This is what happens when you try to mingle a jazz singer with some piece of electronic piece of rubbish … a very disturbing average towards bad piece of something called song … And it’s a shame that in 20 years Lithuania never made part of my list of favourites … no different this year.

VilijaFan
VilijaFan
7 years ago

You know she had angina during this performance?

Guy
Guy
7 years ago

Very bad song!

Matas Misevicius
Matas Misevicius
7 years ago

But Vilija was the one who wrote this song!

tiesin
tiesin
7 years ago

I don’t even get this entire contest. First they choose a song and then the artist for it? That just really doesn’t sound right. Every artist should bring their own song that they worked on and formed themselves. I dislike it when a songs has like 5 writers and producers. It’s not even the artist’s intellectual property, yet the artist takes most of the fame and glory.

As for Attention and this woman, it’s kind of boring and it does get annoying after a while. Nothing for Lithuania this time.

Jonathan
Jonathan
7 years ago

I just can’t like this. The song has no structure and the “ATTENTION” really gets on my nerves after a while. I think this’ll need an overhaul to stand a chance of doing well.

Priam
Priam
7 years ago

To me only: Hungary and Poland. Maybe Romania.
Lithuania 🙁 bad song…

sopon
sopon
7 years ago

1.Ireland
2.Albania
3.Poland
4.Estonia
5.Hungary
6.Macedonia
7.Italy
8.Lithuania
9.Romania
10.Latvia
11.Malta
12.Finland
13.Spain
14.Belarus
15.Ukraine
16.Iceland
17.Switzerland

Diane
Diane
7 years ago

She’s a good singer, but she looks a little bit discomfort when singing this. I feel like the song just didn’t quite match with her vocal style.. But, the song has a catchy part when she emphasized the word “attention” in it.

Now it’s Hungary, Estonia, and Lithuania with the same kind of songs…

beccaboo1212
7 years ago

She should do a music video!!

David Thielen
David Thielen
7 years ago

I love how some of the comments say it’s going to win while others sat worst song ever.

Xepher
Xepher
7 years ago

Found it interesting that the song Attention is written by the same person who won 😉 Hmmmm planned out? lol

Colin
Colin
7 years ago

For me it’s simply amazing! Go Lithuania. Very modern, catchy, better than most of the choices this year 😉

Alex
Alex
7 years ago

If you’re going to write and perform a song like that… at least be able to hit the notes in the most important part consistently! The “Attention!” part sounded out of her range. Apart from that, her vocals were alright. But this song has some strange lyrics, and she was really relying on her stage presence to generate excitement.

I haven’t said this about any other songs yet, but I have a hard time seeing this one in the Eurovision final. Maybe nearby countries will vote for it…

AnesBosna
AnesBosna
7 years ago

Vilnius 2015 my ass. Sorry Lithuania, but there was alot better songs than Attention, and even Mia was better than Vilija… better luck next time 😐

Zolan
Zolan
7 years ago

Hard to believe Vilija was involved in the writing when she has that much trouble singing it.
The composition has some good aspects so I’m not writing it off just yet, but the performance (at least) needs a complete overhaul.

I don’t think this selection process is going to work out.

Dar
Dar
7 years ago

She is a poor singer .. And that bit ATTENTION ATTENTION ATTENTION at the start is awful …
Might qualify considering Lithuania has somehow qualified for the last 3 years …

Easpag
Easpag
7 years ago

It’s meh. Right-hand side of the final leaderboard.

Veeeeeery surprised Vaidas did so poorly. Thought he would have been up there.

Matas Misevicius
Matas Misevicius
7 years ago

F’ anyone who says Vilija sucks!

Eme
Eme
7 years ago

“Vilnius 2015” LOL

Petar
Petar
7 years ago

Lithuania gets many points from juries in semifinal in past years, thant to that point they go to final in 2011,12,13 and maybe in 2014.
1.Hungary
2.Ireland
3.Spain
4.Romania
5.Estonia
6.Macedonia
7.Switzerland
8.Ukraine
9.Belarus
10.Italy
11.Iceland
12.Finland
13.Albania
14.Lithuania
15.Poland
16.Latvia
17.Malta

VilijaFan
VilijaFan
7 years ago

YAAAAAAAAAAY!!! Vilija is amazing! Haters = not welcome in Vilnius 2015.

D
D
7 years ago

Compared to some other songs, this is going to be laughable. I’m sorry but Lithuania will not be doing good. They may qualify as they managed to last year but definitely not anywhere near top 10.

sopon
sopon
7 years ago

This is going to top 15 at the very least! 🙂