Eurovision 2020 acts so far 1 March

In the space of a few days, the number of confirmed songs for Eurovision 2020 has jumped from 14 to 24. And while there’s still a  load more to come, we have a little breathing space until Israel chooses its song on Tuesday evening.

Until then, why not choose your favourite Eurovision 2020 act so far. Do you have a new number one? Or can Lithuania’s The Roop do three in a row? Or could Albania’s Arilena Ara reclaim her crown? It’s time to vote!

You can listen to all the new entries below. Then vote in our poll. Choose wisely, you can only vote ONE time. Voting will remain open for approximately 24 hours.

Depending on song release schedules, we may relaunch the poll one last time — Friday is currently free.

New Eurovision 2020 entries as of 1 March

James Newman “My Last Breath”

It was a bizarre week for British fans. On Saturday, Graham Norton popped up to announce that the song was coming on Thursday. Then as the week progressed, rumours began to swirl around chart-topping singer John Newman. And by Wednesday fans had discovered a track from his brother James on a Czech radio station’s website. Said song was “My Last Breath” and it indeed turned out to be the UK’s song for Europe. All in all, reactions have been mixed. But its already outperforming previous entries on multiple charts. And that’s all without mentioning BBC Radio Oxford’s eleventh-hour “Children Of The Millenium” curveball!

Ben Dolic “Violent Thing”

Later on Thursday, Germany became the last Big Five member to release its song for Rotterdam. After several years of national finals, the Germans returned to internal selection for the first time since 2009. And out of that process emerged Ben Dolic with “Violent Thing”. Dolic is best known for appearing on The Voice while his song is written by Symphonix — the same team behind several Eurovision hits, including Bulgaria’s 2016 to 2018 entries.

VAL “Da vidna”

Belarus’ 12-song national final took place on Friday. And while much of the pre-show chatter focused on KeySi and CHAKRAS, it was VAL that went home with the trophy. While the jury and televote disagreed on their winner, “Da vidna” came second with both. And thus the duo took top spot overall.

Uku Suviste “What Love Is”

It was a case of third time lucky for Uku Suviste. After competing in 2017 and reaching the superfinal in 2019, Uku took the trophy with “What Love Is”. In doing so, he beat the firm fan-favourite Jaagup Tuisk.

Natalia Gordienko “Prison”

Natalia last graced the Eurovision stage in 2006 with “Loco”, a Latin-flavoured pop bop. Fourteen years later, she’s returned to win Moldova’s national final with an ethnic-tinged power ballad — “Prison”. She comfortably beat the 18 other entries, topping the jury and public votes.

Damir Kedžo “Divlji vjetre”

Croatia’s Dora returned for a second-year post-revival, and once again it was an almost unknown quantity since entry snippets had only been released the day before. Local star Damir Kedžo won with “Divlji vjetre” — he received top marks from the public while juries put him second.

Daði & Gagnamagnið “Think About Things”

They went viral last week, with a host of random celebrities tweeting out their love for their song. And so Daði & Gagnamagnið went into the Söngvakeppnin 2020 final as one of the favourites. Surprising no one, “Think About Things” easily made the gold final and ultimately became the successor to Hatari’s “Hatrið mun sigra”. In fact, the biggest shock on the night was that their superfinal competition was rockers Dimma rather than Iva.

Stefania “Superg!rl”

She was revealed as Greece’s singer some time ago. But it was only on Sunday that fans finally got to hear Stefania’s “Superg!rl”. To date, she’s best known as a Junior Eurovision singer for the Netherlands, and the song acts as a natural progression, mixing ethnic flourishes with Little Mix style pop.

Roxen “Alcohol You”

After two straight years of non-qualification, Romania shook things up for 2020. Its regular format was scrapped in favour of a one artist final. Roxen was the internally chosen act, and over the course of almost three hours she presented five different tracks to the world. “Alcohol You” proved to be the most popular, taking maximum points from the public and the jury.

Hurricane “Hasta la vista”

They’re Serbia’s girl group of the moment. And now they’re taking on Europe. Hurricane stormed to Beovizija victory with “Hasta la vista” winning over the public and, to the surprise of many, the jury too. They’ve plenty of Eurovision experience between them. Sanja Vučić previously sang for Serbia in 2016, while Ksenija Knežević provided backing vocals for her father Knez in 2015. Ivana Nikolić completes the trio.

Who is your favourite Eurovision 2020 act so far? (1 March)

Which of the acts is your favourite? Could any of them win the contest in May? Let us know in the comments.

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Nathalie
Nathalie
7 months ago

Ukraine, Lithuania, Iceland

Marcel
Marcel
7 months ago

The positive for me is that many people seems to like Germany. Thats so good for our souls. I hope some people will vote for us in May. 🙂

Ümra
Ümra
7 months ago

My top 10
Albania 9.7/10 (waiting for revamp in English)
Greece 9.6/10 (waiting for live performance)
Lithuania 9.9/10 ( on point, curious about the scene in Amsterdam)
Norway 9.2/10( very very good song, i like so much)
Romania 9.8/10 ( special song, high performance, only the costume has to change)
Serbia 8.8/10( i need another level of song, maybe in english, i like it)
Iceland 9.4/10 (interesting color song, i hope the costume changes, the performance and the energy of the song, i expect some changes, i love it)
Ukraine 8.5/10 (unique)
Italy 8.1/10
Germany 7.9/10

Luk
Luk
7 months ago

1 Poland
2 Italy
3 Iceland

Manasse
Manasse
7 months ago

I mean i say greece bc of stefania je weet toch ik bedoel als nederland niet wint moet jij winnen zet hem op (this is dutch by the way stefania li es in the netherlanths) dus stef suc6

Daniel Kaplan
Daniel Kaplan
7 months ago

Also can people stop saying there are so many ballads. It’s literally a 50/50 split what are you talking about

Daniel Kaplan
Daniel Kaplan
7 months ago

1. Italy
2. Iceland
3. Germany
4. Romania
5. Lithuania
—-
6. Latvia
7. Australia
8. Ukraine

Everything else is eh

Sokrates
Sokrates
7 months ago

Let’s go Stefania!! Slay girl

Andi
Andi
7 months ago

I guess it’s just natural that the newer songs get the votes. 😉
I stick to my Lithuania though. And probably forever (that means also in May) 🙂

Teddi
Teddi
7 months ago

This polls are very inaccurate, you all should know that by now. Their fans get here to give them a vote. So 80% of votes for Romania, Albania and Greece are coming to their own countries.

madde
madde
7 months ago

Top3
1. Norway
2. Iceland
3. Australia

La la love
La la love
7 months ago

Seriously, what is this poll? Greece isn’t the best, but it’s at the top. Norway is quite far down, so is Australia

Sokrates
Sokrates
7 months ago
Reply to  La la love

Greece isn’t the best ONLY for you!! Greece song is on the top 3 so far!!!

Sokrates
Sokrates
7 months ago
Reply to  La la love

Greece isn’t the best ONLY FOR YOU!!

Dawid
Dawid
7 months ago

Iceland all the way down. It’s what Lithuania tried to be. I’m sure they won’t win but right now this is something I would vote for.

Tonks
Tonks
7 months ago

Italy is the best for me so far but I just start folloving I also like Greece and my Croatia alott

Stacey
Stacey
7 months ago

Stefania- Supergirl

Emma
Emma
7 months ago

My top 10 so far
1. Lithuania
2. Romania
3. Iceland
4. Greece
5. Ukraine
6. Germany
7. Armenia
8. Albania
9. Norway
10. Italy/Serbia

Miguel
Miguel
7 months ago

1. Lithuania
2. Armenia
3. Australia
4. Norway
5. Latvia

Anita Mann
Anita Mann
7 months ago

A long(ish) snippet of Georgia is out… cringeworthy, just as expected.

Teddi
Teddi
7 months ago

1. Norway
2. Germany
3. Croatia

Jeany
Jeany
7 months ago

MY TOP 5
Romania/Lithunia/Iceland/Croatia/Italy

Chris
Chris
7 months ago

About the guys speaking about Lithuania as clear favourite… Is not that clear… Yeah it has a lot of views, but to be fair there are far less than the views of Italy or Netherlands last year or Israel in 2018… I mean Toy had like 5.000.000 in the first day not 2 and a half after two weeks… It’s a favourite for now but not that strong. Outside of the Eurofans it wasn’t heard yet…. And also the views doesn’t make the winner. No one can forget the first Eurovision song to ever reach the 100.000.000 views was Occidentalis… Read more »

Victoire
Victoire
7 months ago
Reply to  Chris

That may well be, but Italian entries have a lot of views every year because their selection is huge, as is their population. Even the 2020 Italian entry, far from the favourite to win this year, has like twice as many views than Lithuania, if not more. Don’t discount the domestic interest, even Israel has more than 3 times the population of Lithuania.

Masha
Masha
7 months ago
Reply to  Chris

To me it’s clear that Lithuania is the winner !

Masha
Masha
7 months ago
Reply to  Chris

To me it’s clear Lithuania is the winner!

Ashley
Ashley
7 months ago

I vote for greece, that song is really really nicee??

Luxe
Luxe
7 months ago

Say whatever you want the best songs are from Albania, Germany and Lithuania

Daniel Kaplan
Daniel Kaplan
7 months ago
Reply to  Luxe

Lol what is with these random Albanian fans. Shaj wasn’t even the best song in its own National final. 2019 entry was 10x better

Philip
Philip
7 months ago

What i would like to see but I know no one while dare to do is “toilet break songs reaction/review”. Even though it might look cruel and insulting i think we need this sort of respond, because let’s be honest we all have it in our heads. Similar to Barbara Dex award, it would not intent to offend, but just to signal that, someone hasn’t done his job good enough. It might actually instigate better performance which will make the audience more happy in the future. Just think of Germany’s Sister fiasco. That sort of things should be noted somehow,… Read more »

Jake
Jake
7 months ago

I enjoyed Greece, but nothing’s going to overtake Latvia.

Germany, Ukraine and Norway holding their own in the polls – so far a tight contest, or the top 10 in the polls jostling for position with Russia, Sweden and Israel yet to confirm?

Stephanie
Stephanie
7 months ago

Greece currently number one…. really folks? This is just Fuego episode 3!But then even worse. Lithuania second…to all the lovers of this “song” listen for a change to Wild eyes of Kate Ryan.. I say no more… And of course the die hard fans of Albania put their country on three. The best song at the moment, for me, is on number six, Germany followed by Ukraine. And I can’t believe that I’m saying this but my own country Belgium is growing on me as well The UK.

Thankyou
Thankyou
7 months ago
Reply to  Stephanie

Yes. Say no more, thank you.

Stephanie
Stephanie
7 months ago
Reply to  Thankyou

As I said before, dare to criticize Lithuania and you’ll be crucified… sad ssd person…

Emma
Emma
7 months ago
Reply to  Stephanie

What a taste, yikes

bgavolokin
bgavolokin
7 months ago

1. Ukraine
2. Latvia
3. Lithuania
4. Iceland
5. Norway
6. Australia
These are also the only ones that I can listen more than once in a row
A little bit weak year for the moment

Mws
Mws
7 months ago

‘Don’t break me’ by Montaigne is still my favourite. She is the most artistic, modern, new.

Una
Una
7 months ago

I haven’t heard all of the songs released so far hence this is a preliminary top of mine:

1. Romania
2. United Kingdom
3. Germany
4. Lithuania
5. Czechia
6. Iceland
7. Italy
8. Norway
9. Belgium
10. Ukraine

Johan
Johan
7 months ago

1. Greece
2. Lithuania
3. Iceland
4.Ukraine
5. Australia

Tom Ripley
Tom Ripley
7 months ago

My Top 10 (02/03/2020)

1. Lithuania
2. Italy
3. Romania
4. Iceland
5. Croatia
6. Belgium
7. Germany
8. Greece
9. Australia
10. UK

Tom
Tom
7 months ago

I didn’t heard greece and Croatia, songs are good or not ?

Stephanie
Stephanie
7 months ago
Reply to  Tom

To be honest you don’t miss anything

Tom Ripley
Tom Ripley
7 months ago
Reply to  Tom

Different songs.
To me Croatia is very good.

Emma
Emma
7 months ago
Reply to  Tom

Both are good, give them a chance

Rikoriko
Rikoriko
7 months ago
Reply to  Tom

Greece slays?

Aquan
Aquan
7 months ago

Croatia singer is so sexy and his voice omg I am in love

Karen
Karen
7 months ago
Reply to  Aquan

I agree, he has something

Nicky91
Nicky91
7 months ago

1. Croatia
2. Belarus
3. Lithuania
4. Czech Republic
5. United Kingdom
6. Serbia
7. France
8. Australia
9. Italy
10. Slovenia

Kobe
Kobe
7 months ago

1. Romania
2. Germany
3. Italy
4. Lithuania
5. Iceland

Whisker
Whisker
7 months ago

1. UK and Germany (tie)
3. Iceland
4. Romania
5. Lithuania
6. Italy
7. Australia
8. Czechia
9. Ukraine
10.Belarus

VlaD
VlaD
7 months ago

Middle 30s gay man is obviously not the audience the Greek entry is targeting to, but actually the song is good, her voice is nice.
I think she will do well

Mia
Mia
7 months ago

Lithuania, Italy, Romania, Serbia, Armenia, Czech Republic, Ukraine.

LoveWave
7 months ago

Guys why so much hate in Greece? I mean they are people who like the song and others that do not! Go watch some tops in the YouTube or read some comments in the music video (not the greeks) or even reactions! The song aims to a certain age climax, the only thing that you cannot say that it is JESC! This song is for the stage not for the audio, just like Fuego! People used to say that Fuego was a cheap pop song and nothing more, but in the 1st rehearsal it went to the lead! I do… Read more »

EmilyG
EmilyG
7 months ago
Reply to  LoveWave

There is no hate against the Greek entry, on the contrary the comments are very good.
There are 3 people that are changing their nicknames (using the same IP address in Greece) and posting negative comments.
Don’t pay any attention.
The same people did the exact same thing when she’ was announced.

Manos
Manos
7 months ago

Wow love greece ????

Benji
Benji
7 months ago

Are only kids and teenagers voting in this poll? That’s the only way I can explain Greece being the first.

EmilyG
EmilyG
7 months ago
Reply to  Benji

I voted (and) for Greece and I am 28.

Indiana07
Indiana07
7 months ago
Reply to  Benji

There are very many Greeks on Wiwibloggs. That explains it

Johan
Johan
7 months ago
Reply to  Indiana07

I am not Greek and I voted for it

Mr X
Mr X
7 months ago

Sorry, I don´t like Germany, Serbia and Moldova are really terrible.

My top 10 so far:

1. Italy
2. Lithuania
3. Croatia
4. Spain
5. Romania
6. Norway
7. Ukraine
8. Czech Republic
9. United Kingdom
10. Slovenia

Mr X
Mr X
7 months ago
Reply to  Mr X

Iceland is mediocre for me, I miss DIMMA !

Meliris
Meliris
7 months ago
Reply to  Mr X

Dadi is ok, but I still have not found my new Hatari in this competition…

Nicky91
Nicky91
7 months ago
Reply to  Meliris

you don’t need to compare it to hatari

ESC 2019
7 months ago

The girl from Romania, cant sing. She only breth in the microfon , and the song is awful. Iceland, what the …. is that. If the song in top 5 at the bittinglist should win, its gonna be the worst winner EVER. Its only one good song so far, and thats Belgum. The rest is crap

Fun or ban?
Fun or ban?
7 months ago
Reply to  ESC 2019

Clean your ears, maggot!

Harlow
Harlow
7 months ago

I’m confussed why Greece is in the lead!!! Am I totally missing something ??? And why is albaina still in second I have lost all faith in this page hahaha

Vlad
Vlad
7 months ago
Reply to  Harlow

Of course you are missing something darling 🙂 We are not the audience the Greek entry is targeting to.
The song is more a teen, than a gay thing but It’s still very good 😉

Nicolas
Nicolas
7 months ago
Reply to  Harlow

80% at least of the votes for Greece comes from Greece I guess

Johan
Johan
7 months ago
Reply to  Nicolas

If that was the case Greece would be number 1 every year. Last year they were not even top 10

Nicolas
Nicolas
7 months ago
Reply to  Johan

You’re kidding Greece last year was also very high.

Laura
Laura
7 months ago

Lithuania number one for sure!

Thiago
Thiago
7 months ago

Greeks stop destroying the poll

Robert
Robert
7 months ago

The in-between results annoy me.. Really Greece and Albania top 2..you can’t force a win.. Results become real from number 3 in this poll.. Romania, Lithuania & Iceland are competing for the Crown.. Stop voting for your own country and be realistic..

For me..
1 Iceland
2 Romania
3 Lithuania
4 Germany
5 Sweden (Dotter or Anna Bergendahl)

Angelika
Angelika
7 months ago

Really? Do you like Iceland, the most boring, forgettable song ever???
It’ll not even qualify!

Mark
Mark
7 months ago
Reply to  Angelika

That’s Lithuania

Frank Arthur
Frank Arthur
7 months ago

1Ukraine
2 Spain
3 Lithuania
4 Iceland
5 Germany

ESCFan2009
ESCFan2009
7 months ago

1. Belgium 10/10
2. Australia 9.5/10
3. Norway 9.5/10
4. Poland 9/10
5. Spain 9/10

6. Germany 8/10 (NEW)
7. Iceland 8/10 (NEW)
8. Romania 8/10 (NEW)
9. Greece 7.5/10 (NEW)

10. Latvia 7/10
11. Great Britain 7/10 (NEW)
12. Italy 7/10
13. Slovenia 7/10

14. France 6/10
15. Estonia 6/10 (NEW)
16. Belarus 6/10 (NEW)
17. Albania 5/10
18. Croatia 5/10 (NEW)

19. Serbia 2/10 (NEW)
20. Czech Republic 2/10
21. Lithuania 2/10
22. Moldova 2/10 (NEW)
23. Armenia 2/10
24. Ukraine 2/10

ESCFan2009
ESCFan2009
7 months ago
Reply to  ESCFan2009

Okay, gurls? 😀 Because I rank Lithuania so low? It’s nothing for me, but I have nothing against fun songs, as my high score for Iceland shows 😀
Btw: there are people outside thinking fans are biased when it comes to some countries. This is not true. Example: Poland was my 33rd in 2019 and now it’s currently my 4th. It’s all about the song <3

All Wei
All Wei
7 months ago
Reply to  ESCFan2009

My Owe My……………………………..This is what I dont get from alot of the hardcore ESC Fanbase!!?
This friendly and dedicated fan took all the time and effort creating a whole list from all current released ESC 2020 songs. Even with the points, to make a clearer statement!! Bravo, Well Done.
And this person get soo may downvotes!! WHY??

OPEN UP, Be nice