Another weekend, another batch of fresh entries. As of the afternoon of Sunday 23 February, there are officially 14 songs confirmed for Eurovision 2020.
In the past two days, we’ve seen national finals wrap up in Ukraine, Slovenia and Poland.
But who is your favourite Eurovision 2020 act so far? Do you have a new number one? Or can Lithuania’s The Roop do two in a row? Or could Albania’s Arilena Ara reclaim her crown? It’s time to vote!
You can listen to all five new entries below. Then vote in our poll. Choose wisely, you can only vote ONE time. Voting ends early on Wednesday, 26 February — just ahead of announcements from the UK and Germany.
We will then relaunch the poll on Thursday to include the new songs, along with any other entries which may drop in the interim.
New Eurovision 2020 entries as of 23 February
While considerably less dramatic than last year’s edition, Ukraine’s Vidbir 2020 still managed to serve up some fierce competition. Go_A emerged victorious in a six-song final, topping both the jury and public votes. The four-piece bring the Ukrainian-language “Solovey”, which fuses traditional singing styles with modern beats.
Ana Soklič “Voda”
Before the EMA 2020 final, all focus was on familiar names like Tinkara Kovač from Eurovision 2014 and Lina Kuduzović from Junior Eurovision 2015. However, Ana Soklič flew under the radar to snatch the crown from Lina in the superfinal. Her old-school ballad “Voda” marks Slovenia’s third Slovenian-language entry in as many years.
Alicja Szemplińska “Empires”
In an effort to replicate its Junior Eurovision success at the main contest, Poland used the Szansa na sukces TV talent show to find its act. That saw three weeks of covers lead to a three-act final. Alicja Szemplińska came out on top, ahead of Albert Černý who represented the Czech Republic in 2019.
Who is your favourite Eurovision 2020 act so far? (23 February)
Which of the eleven is your favourite? Could any of them win the contest in May? Let us know in the comments.