Belarus’ Natsionalniy Otbor 2020 for Eurovision takes place on Friday 28 February. And while local fans can catch the Eurovision selection by switching their televisions to Belarus 1 , international viewers will need to try alternative means.

Here’s when and how you can watch the grand final of Natsionalniy Otbor 2020.

Watch Belarus’ national final online

Grand final — 28 February 2020

Time: 20:00 CET to 22:00 CET

The grand final of Natsionalniy Otbor 2020 will be streamed live on the BTRC website.

Watch Belarus’ national final

The selection will see 12 artists perform. The results will be determined entirely by the public.

The running order is:

  1. NAPOLI “Don’t Let Me Down”
  2. Sasha Zaharik “Rocky Road”
  3. Anastasiya Malashkevich “Invisible”
  4. CHАKRАS “La-ley-la”
  5. Nastya Glamozda “Burning Again”
  6. Anastasiya Razvadоvskaya “Hello”
  7. Yan Yarosh “Fire”
  8. Angelika Pushnоva “True Love”
  9. Darya Khmelnitskaya “On Fire”
  10. АURА “Barani svajo”
  11. KeySi “Chili Pepper”
  12. VАL “Da vidna”

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BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
4 months ago

Holy crap, VAL won and we’re gonna have another Belarusian song at Eurovision! This was actually the entry I wanted to represent Belarus at Eurovision and it happened! Congratulations. Now Russia needs to send something in Russian .

Briekimchi
Briekimchi
4 months ago

As far as I’ve seen so far, the jury have awful taste.

ag89
ag89
4 months ago

Well, I have to admit this is not too bad: yes, production is so bad, recording etc, it is all very amateurish, but at the same time that’s why we enjoy Belarussian (and Moldovan!) preselections! It is obvious Belarus is trying to push for modern sounds: so many of those are quite copy and paste “wanna be 100 million views song from Youtube” or so.. Anyway, there is a potential here and Belarus is pretty decent when it comes to doing the actual show on Eurovision: then all this cheapness dissapears. My absolute favourite here is Val. But who knows… Read more »

Ashton Schier
Ashton Schier
4 months ago

hello or burning again. periodt

Anita Mann
Anita Mann
4 months ago

Like it or not, it’ll be CHAKRAS. They have on TV performing the song just too regularly, with the presenters wetting themselves every time, because it’s “so beautiful”. Not to mention it’s all over radio.
For me it’s “Rocky Road”, a lovely summery song, and the best voice and stage confidence of them all. xx

Anita Mann
Anita Mann
4 months ago
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Eurofan
Eurofan
4 months ago
Reply to  Anita Mann

I hope you’re not serious. It is unique song, but I just can’t stand listening la la la for 3 minutes.

Joe
Joe
4 months ago

Pour out some holy water and light up the incense, plus have a couple Nirvana and Prince CD’s at the ready, because you’re gonna need to ward out the unholy spirits of bad music after this show is finished. Let us join hands and say the Eurovision Prayer: “In the Name of the Papa Pingouin, the Son…light, and the Holy Ghost of you, haunting the ghost of me…let the least-awful song fly the Belarusian flag in Rotterdam, and may we hope for better next year. We love you, Belarus. ‘Story of My Life’ still slaps. In Jon Ola’s name we… Read more »

An American ESC Fan
An American ESC Fan
4 months ago
Reply to  Joe

You’ll also want to improve your Occidentali’s karma by the end of this. You can do this by adding “Namaste, alë” to the end of your prayer.

(In all seriousness, go KeySi and Val!)

Joe
Joe
4 months ago

How quickly I forget there’s a classic Eurovision entry literally named “Amen.”

Ria van de Velde
Ria van de Velde
4 months ago

I hope for ?UR? “Barani svajo” or CH?KR?S “La-ley-la”

Albert
Albert
4 months ago

Don’t let me down, hello, val or True love

oreo
oreo
4 months ago

Val or Napoli and I can see Belarus with a good result in the grand final this year

Milan
Milan
4 months ago

With Belarus, the question is “Why”, not “How”.