The 2019 Eurovision season might have been a little slow to get started, but we now have three confirmed artists, ready to do the best for their countries in Tel Aviv. Albania, Armenia and Cyprus have each revealed the acts who’ll be jetting to the Middle East in May. But before then we want to know which act are you most looking forward to?
You can check out details of all three confirmed artists below, and then vote in our poll!
Eurovision 2019 confirmed acts (as of 23 December 2018)
Albania: Jonida Maliqi
As the winner of Festivali i Këngës 57, Jonida is the most recent addition to the list of confirmed artists for Eurovision 2019. She will be singing her FiK-winning song “Ktheju tokës”, which examines the emotional issue of Albanians migrating abroad for work opportunities and the families they leave behind.
Srbuk was the first artist to be announced for Eurovision 2019. Armenia internally selected the X Factor runner-up and are currently searching for her song for Tel Aviv. Armenia national final didn’t produce good results in 2018, so will their tried and true internal selection method provide better results in 2019?
After a lot of hints and hype, Cyprus finally confirmed what everyone had long suspected. The Georgian-Greek songstress Tamta will represent Cyprus at Eurovision 2019. She will sing “Replay”, helmed by “Fuego” producer Alex P, however the song is not due for release until later in 2019.
Which Eurovision 2019 act are you most looking forward to?
Once you’ve checked out the acts above, vote for your favourite in our poll. Remember, you can vote for as many acts as you like, but you can only vote once — so make it count!