It’s time to pre-party! The songs have been selected, the artists have been chosen and we now know all 41 entries for the Eurovision Song Contest 2019. National finals season may be over — sad face! — but the upside is that pre-party season is just getting started. This year’s acts are already on the promo trail in advance of the contest. And one key stop on the pan-European tour is the London Eurovision Party.

So far more than 20 acts have been confirmed for the evening show, and 16 of those acts are drawn from the Eurovision class of 2019. The party will be taking place on Sunday April 14th at the Cafe de Paris. Have you bought your tickets yet? If not we suggest you hop on it asap.

For acts who aren’t used to performing their songs live, the party is a great opportunity to do so — and in front of diehard Eurovision fans — many of whom will also be inside the arena in Tel Aviv. In some instances this will be an act’s first-ever live performance of the song with an audience, so it can be make-or-break when it comes to the betting table.

As in past years, a press day will take place in the afternoon and wiwibloggs will be on hand to scoop up some interviews and tease out some juicy details from each of the acts. You can review all of the confirmations thus far below. Then let us know what you want us to ask who in the comments section below and we’ll do our best to get some answers.

London Eurovision Party 2019: Confirmed Acts

Headline Act: Michael Rice (United Kingdom 2019)

 

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Suri (United Kingdom 2018)

 

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Duncan Laurence (Netherlands 2019)

 

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Miki (Spain 2019)

 

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Eliot Vassamillet (Belgium 2019)

 

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Lake Malawi (Czech Republic 2019)

 

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Holly Tandy (Eurovision You Decide Finalist)

 

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Bilal Hassani (France 2019)

 

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Magdalena Tul (Poland 2011)

 

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PAENDA (Austria 2019)

 

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Leonora (Denmark 2019)

 

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Eye Cure (North Macedonia 2018)

 

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KEiiNO (Norway 2019)

 

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Darude and Sebastian Rejman (Finland 2019)

 

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Jurij Veklenko (Lithuania 2019)

 

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Tulia (Poland 2019)

 

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Carousel (Latvia 2019)

 

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Victor Crone (Estonia 2019)

 

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Sarah McTernan (Ireland 2019)

 

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Anna Bergendahl (Sweden 2010)

 

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John Lundvik (Sweden 2019)

 

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If you haven’t yet secured your ticket to the London Eurovision Party, the final wave of tickets will be available on March 30th. Get ready to snatch them!

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Kris
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Kris

To the Czech participants, how did they come up with that name for their group ?

To Latvian group and Finnish duo , how would they assess their chances at Eurovision? What advice would they give to participants who have low chances of qualification?

Richard
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Richard

To the organisers, why not choose a better venue?

Darren
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Darren

To Sarah McTernan:
Do you feel any pressure to qualify to the final for Ireland after the success of Ryan last year? Ireland has only ever qualified once with a female vocalist since the semi finals began.

P!nk Forever
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P!nk Forever

To Sarah McTernan: Decide a country which will most likely end up at number 22 in the Grand Final!

Purple Mask
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Purple Mask

I can’t make LEP this year, due to work commitments. I only have one set of questions:
To Bilal Hassani: It takes a lot of strength to constantly be commented on by the public on YouTube – where does that strength come from? Also, Eurovision is an even bigger platform, so how are you coping with that fanbase so far? (I guess the music helps, but I’m interested if Bilal can share any “secrets” about coping.)
And generally to everyone else: I love you all. 🙂

NickC
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NickC

Can you ask all of them who are their personal favorites this year and who they think will win? It’s a good indicator of jury voting…

Nicky91
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Nicky91

to duncan, have you already prepared a winner speech for your shoe in victory 🙂

Mako
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Mako

You better stop yourself now. Or everyone here will hate you for being a big-head, but also your entry. And Duncan doesn’t deserve that.

Nicky91
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Nicky91

that was sarcasm from me 🙂

NL won’t be the winner, i can still see them between 4th and 6th place (and my prediction came true last year when i said NL to be 18th)

dutchie
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dutchie

You don’t understand sarcasm. We get it, you think Duncan is overrated. Now shut the f.ck up.

Nicky91
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Nicky91

Duncan is the winner of eurovision this year, vote for NL or else

CHUPACABRA
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CHUPACABRA

Finally we’ ll get a glimpse, who is able to deliver and catch audience live. Will Paenda touch and become a Dark Horse? Who might B a FFF? And let ‘s B aware, a small stage differs a lot to a huge one.

Una
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Una

Aww, that’s great wiwibloggs.
For Tulia: I love your song and can’t wait to see you on the Eurovision stage! What’s the story behind Tulia and did you have any input into the song other than your fantastic voices? As members of a group, what do you have in common and what are the differences?
For KEiiNO: Your song makes me so happy! Can you explain the message of the song?

RandomEuroFan
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RandomEuroFan

To Darude, is the song getting revamped? And are you going to remix some of the Eurovision songs this year?
To Duncan, who’s your favourite this year? And what is your favourite Eurovision winner of all time that isn’t from the Netherlands?

Rainer1
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Rainer1

Only luca!

Mako
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Mako

To Leonora : ‘Do you speak french ? Could you have a little discussion with Bilal Hassani and Eliot ?’

I like Leonora, she’s a beautiful woman that looks nice.

SVW
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SVW

Probably not, her French sounds really bad…

Mako
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Mako

Other questions. To Albert Cerný (Lake Malawi lead singer) : ‘How tall are you ?’

And finally, then I will stop with my questions, to Duncan : ‘Is it possible to get your top 5 of the Eurovision 2019 songs please ?’ 🙂

MikolasFan
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MikolasFan

For Duncan,can he hint to us what the staging will be in Tel Aviv? at least a little bit (i know he will not tell lol) and what is feel like to filming under the water and how long it took? i heard they filmed so long that water got very cold …brrr! For Tulia, about staging, are they gonna stay and sing like in their video clip or it will be something more? for Michael Rice and Jurij Veklenko , is he revamped his song and what about video clip? for Miki, well i don’t know what to ask… Read more »

Skiwalko
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Skiwalko

For Victor Crone: Why Estonia? For Leonora: What is a figure skater’s life like? What made her decide to start a singing career and take part in the contest? For PAENDA: What is the story behind “Limits”? What is the reason she dyes her hair? For Lake Malawi: How was the process of making a music video like? Why was it made Instagram-style? For Michael Rice: How did his life change since Eurovision: You Decide? How is his waffle shop buisness going? For Duncan Lawrence: What are his music inspirations? How does his relation with Ilse DeLange look like? What… Read more »

ESCFan2009
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ESCFan2009

My question to Lake Malawi: Is it possible that they get a female on stage saying the “I’m only a friend” part and interacting with Albert? That would be great!
And give Eliot a kiss from me, haha 😀
Oh, and it’s cool that they also invited National Finalists as Anna Bergendahl and the fantastic Holly <3

Davve
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Davve

Lundvik and Bergendahl!!!!

Tom
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Tom

Ashes to ashes

Nikki
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Nikki

For Fred Buljo (Keiino’s Yoik singer) What he thinks I’m planning to crochet a little monster inspired by him?
And for Mahmood- Which fellow Italian Eurovision alumn he’d like to make a collaboration with?

No one
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No one

Mahmood is not going to any pre party, including Eurovision in Concert, so they can’t ask him, I guess. He already wrote a few songs for Marco Mengoni (2013), by the way 🙂

Nikki
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Nikki

Then only to Fred- He wants his mini-me DK, Aran or Chunky? I’m thinking in Toft’s Oatmeal, Green and Charcoal as the colours, and I might have some loose Shale for a wee pendant.