On Monday learned the first ten acts who will compete at A Dal 2015 starting on January 24. And today is another big day, because MTVA is revealing 10 more acts

Probably the biggest name confirmed today is Kati Wolf, who represented Hungary in 2011. As she told wiwibloggs in a recent interview on the matter, she’s hungry to sing for Hungary again — and this time she’d like to dance more on stage. And now it’s official that she will. But, unlike in 2011 when she was internally selected, this time she’ll have to fight for her right.

But it’s not all about Kati. Hungary has a really strong field this year. We still don’t know every name, but here are the acts and songs that have been confirmed this morning.

A Dal 2015: More confirmed Participants

1. Kati Wolf – Ne Engedj El

2. Timi Antal – Woke Up This Way

3. Gabi Szucs – Úgy Sem Felejtesz El

4. Gergo Szakács – Osz Utca

5. Proof Of Life – Hol A Határ

6. Fool Moon – Back To Right

7. Pankastic! – Kicsi A Világ, De Nagy Világ

8. Zoltán Mujahid – Beside You

9. Gyula Éliás  – Run To You

10. Eva Katona-Zsombori – Fire

A Dal 2015: Previously confirmed Participants

Click HERE to listen to the first ten songs

1. Vera Tóth – Gyémánt
2. Böbe and Saci Szécsi – Our Time
3. Spoon – Keep Marching On
4. Barbie – Listen To The Universe
5. MDC – Maniac
6. Karmapolis – The Time is Now
7. Balázs Farkas-Jenser – Liar
8. Chances – The Night
9. Bogi – Eroszakos világ
10. Boglárka Csemer – Wars For Nothing

YOU CAN FOLLOW ALL OF OUR HUNGARY EUROVISION 2015 NEWS HERE.

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Digi
Digi
7 years ago

I want to Kati Wolf & Suzy Guerra together represent Hungary & Portugal in Eurovision 2015. Yeah Kati & Suzy is so similiar. Kati represent Magyar song & Suzy represent Portuguese song 😀

PP
PP
7 years ago

For me
1.Gabi Szucs
2.Gyula Éliás
3.Fool Moon

Ian
Ian
7 years ago

Kati Wolf’s song is nice…but that’s all it is.
I really like Proof of Life’s song, but they will likely be thought of as a repeat of last years entry for being another drum&bass song.

D
D
7 years ago

I was never a fan of her 2011 effort and consider it one of ESC’s most overrated songs of all time, but Kati’s song this year is amazing. I can see it being performed on the ESC stage already.

Khan
Khan
7 years ago

PROOF OF LIFE

Solana
Solana
7 years ago

Yay! Kati Wolf! 😀

Erzsi
Erzsi
7 years ago

Gergo Szucs – Osz Utca ???
His name is Gerg? Szakács!!

LEAPerce
LEAPerce
7 years ago

I absolutely adore Kati Wolf’s song, so much better than What About My Dreams? !!!!!

Erin
Erin
7 years ago

Song no. 7 by Pankastic is a little miracle…I like the mood, the vibe and the aroma of old-fashioned sound and instrumental accompaniment.
Song no. 8 is an instantly catchy up-tempo ballad sung by who could possibly be Kallay Saunders’ heir. Other promising songs judging from the snippets are 2,4 and 9. Song 10 is unavailable.

bavarson
bavarson
7 years ago

Rational rating of entries (1-10 points):
1. Hungary: Kati Wolf – Ne Engedj El! 7/10
2. Belarus: Milki – Accent 5/10
3. Malta: Amber – Warrior 4/10
4. FYR Macedonia: Daniel Kajmakoski – Lisja Esenski 3/10
5. Switzerland: Tiziana – Only Human 2/10?

Sopon
Sopon
7 years ago

They better not send Zoltan! Hungary is too good a country to send a piece of crap by some man candy.

Erin
Erin
7 years ago

Ne engjed el doesn’t really evolve into anything uplifting or memorable. It’s not bad, but it just passes by without making a mark.