Internet providers across Europe will be happy to know that this week there are only five national selection shows taking place. The bad news is that like many of y’all, we are determined to try and watch them all! Estonia and Lithuania will both be making their choices for Eurovision, whilst Sweden, Finland and Hungary continue to move closer to their choices. You can follow all the results on wiwibloggs (and via our Twitter @wiwibloggs and Instagram wiwibloggs) throughout the evening. Here’s a quick run down of what’s happening, when it’s on and how to watch.

National Finals Schedule: 21 February 2015

ESTONIA: EESTI LAUL FINAL

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Eesti Laul 2015 comes to a close, with two semi-finals having halved the field. All the focus will be on Elina Born & Stig Rasta, who lived up to their reputation as ESC favourites last week with an effortlessly cool performance of “Goodbye to Yesterday“. Can Elisa Kolk, Daniel Levi or any of the other acts cause a shock?  You can see all the action from 20:35 CET. Ahead of that you can listen to all of the songs here and you can also read the comments of our Wiwi Jury here.

Live stream: here.

Follow our Estonia Eurovision news here.

LITHUANIA: EUROVIZIJOS 2015 FINAL

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No – you read that right, Eurovizijos has finally reached its final! We already know that “This Time” will be the song performed in Vienna for the country, but now it’s just a case of deciding exactly who will sing it. Your options: Mia, Monika or Vaidas. Y’all have already had your say and want Vaidas to go to Vienna, but could he even do so in a duet with Monika?

The only way we’ll know for definite (hopefully) will be to watch on ourselves from 20:00 CET.

Live stream: here.

You can find all of our Lithuania Eurovision news here.

SWEDEN: MELODIFESTIVALEN SEMI-FINAL THREE

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The biggest national final of the season keeps on going this week with a much more alternative look. There’s Ellen Bendiktson, who has definitely put the “Songbird” to rest with “Insomnia”, as well as a song dedicated to Swedish’s Sami minority. Oh, and a certain #melfest legend in Andreas Johnson. Who’ll join Eric, Jessica, Magnus and Mariette in the final? You can read our preview here or watch the video below, then watch live on SVT from 20.00 CET.

Live stream: here.

You can follow all of our Sweden Eurovision news here.

HUNGARY: A DAL, SECOND SEMI FINAL

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We’re one week away from Hungary making their decision for Vienna, with ESC veteran Kati Wolf hoping to make it one step further to representing her country again. You can check out how the Wiwi Jury has rated Kati’s chances, as well all of the songs so far here ahead of the semi final, which starts at 20.25 CET.

Live stream: here. Then you should go to ELO and choose M1.

Read all of our Hungary Eurovision reports here.

FINLAND: UUDEN MUSIIKIN KILPAILU SEMI-FINAL THREE

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Last but not least, it’s UMK! We were shocked last week when Siru – who had just recorded the highest Wiwi Jury score of all time – was cruelly eliminated by the Finnish public. Will we see any more surprises tonight, with the likes of Ida Bois and Heidi Pakarinen taking part? You can listen to all of the acts taking part here. We’ve also done a lot of interviews with the UMK contestants and you can see them all on our YouTube channel. The third and final semi-final will start tonight at 20:00 CET.

Live stream: here.

You can read all of our Finland Eurovision news here.

Which national selections are you most excited about? Share your selections with us in the comment section below!

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Adam
Adam
6 years ago

If fate can be *ever* so kind….the only thing I want out of this Eurovision 2015 season is for Elina Born & Stig Rasta to AT LEAST qualify for Eurovision…pleeeaasee

Sietske
Sietske
6 years ago

All I want is:

Elina and Stig to win in Estonia

Vaidas and Monika duet of ‘This Time’ for Lithuania

Solju to qualify for UMK (But Opera Skaala to win)

Kati Wolf to qualify for Hungary (then win)

Ellen and Isa for Sweden to go straight to Stockholm. I don’t mind who goes to Andra Chansen

Paul
Paul
6 years ago

Do you remember UMK in Finland in which Siru is not qualified for the final?
So we must wait the results from Eesti Laud without any predictions, because, as we have seen in previous national finals, results may be unpredictable.

Latvia
Latvia
6 years ago

Hungary – Passed with Mesmerize and Estonia – Goodbye To Yesterday. Don’t care about other countries because don’t like any of their songs.

bavarson
bavarson
6 years ago

I’ll be watching Melodifestivalen as always.

LucyEAPercy
6 years ago

Elina and Stig muuuuust win tonight! Would be gutted if not. As for Lithuania, they’d be stupid to do anything other than a Vaidas and Monika duet to be honest! They picked the right song, for sure. I think Vaidas is too cheesy to go by himself, he needs Monika too.

Hebbuzz
Hebbuzz
6 years ago

Sweden: Jon Henrik Fjällgren is the only good song in MF. Not worth watching the rest. Ellen is a cheap mesh-up between Euphoria and Maltese Warrior. Isa wants to be Ace Wilder 2.0 but with a much weaker song. Kalle is boring, can’t sing. Kirstin is boring in another way. Andreas always progresses to the next rounds I don’t his voice. Other Andreas is a Cee Lo Green rip off.

Mario Vision of Gay Love
Mario Vision of Gay Love
6 years ago

So this means that tonight we will actually gonna know the 14th & 15th entries 4 Vienna….We already know about Lithuania’s actual song though..

Deniz@TurkNL
6 years ago

Last saturday I had a party, so I couldn’t see it. This saturday I have a party again, so I can’t see it today either. 🙁

eurana
eurana
6 years ago

I just interested in Estonia and Finland this weekend. Specially in Estonia because Elina Born & Stig Rästa – Goodbye to Yesterday must be the winner song this Saturday. My three favorites (for now) are: Amber – Warrior – Malta, IL Volo – Grande Amore – Italy and hopefully Goodbye to Yesterday among them.

Marco
Marco
6 years ago

Sorry for the double post…. Anyway would be great if Fire of Iv goes to Vienna 🙂

Marco
Marco
6 years ago

Fire of Ìv needs to be in the final of A Dal… It would.

D
D
6 years ago

Estonia: 1) Elina Born & Stig Rästa – Goodbye to Yesterday – 10/10 2) Maia Vahtramäe – Ülle vesihalli taeva – 10/10 3) Kali Briis Band – Idiot – 10/10 4) The Blurry Lane – Exceptional – 9/10 5) Elephants From Neptune – Unriddle Me – 9/10 6) Daniel Levi – Burning Lights – 9/10 7) Triin Niitoja & John4 – This Is Our Choice – 8/10 8) Luisa Värk – Minu päike – 7/10 9) Robin Juhkental & The Big Bangers – Troubles – 7/10 10) Elisa Kolk – Superlove – 7/10 Lithuania: Monika & Vaidas duet trumps all.… Read more »