Saturday 6 February Eurovision National Final Schedule

National final season continues to build up steam. And, as with last week, we’ll finish the night with yet another Eurovision 2021 entry to add to our Rotterdam playlist.

Here are all the details you need for 2021’s fourth Saturday of national selections. We’ll be checking in with semi-finals in Norway and Sweden and a final in Lithuania. You can follow all the results on wiwibloggs (and via our Twitter: @wiwibloggs and Instagram: wiwibloggs) throughout the evening. Here’s a quick rundown of what’s happening, when it’s on and how to watch.

Saturday 6 February: Eurovision 2021 Selection Shows

Norway’s Melodi Grand Prix 2021

Semi-Final 4

Time: 19:50 CET to 21:10 CET

This evening’s fourth semi will see performances from four acts — KiiM, Marianne Petha & Mikkel Gaup, Royane and Landeveiens Helter. A series of duels will reduce this number to just one finalist. They’ll join the other semi-final qualifiers, one wildcard and six pre-qualified finalists in the grand final. Atle Pettersen — one of the automatic qualifiers — will also showcase his entry tonight.

Click to Watch Melodi Grand Prix 2021 Semi-Final Four

For additional viewing instructions, click here.

Lithuania’s Pabandom is naujo! 2021

Grand Final

Time: 20:00 CET to 22:00 CET

After the marathon selections of the 2010s, it’s hard to credit that we’ve reached the final Lithuania’s 2021 selection. Six acts will compete for the chance to succeed The Roop as Pabandom is naujo! champs… including The Roop themselves. Of the other acts, Gebrasy is seen as their biggest competition. He’s the only act to top both the jury and public vote during the qualifying rounds. The Roop bypassed those stages.

Click to Watch Pabandom is naujo! 2021 Grand-Final

You can also watch on the official LRT Lituanica YouTube live steam.

For additional viewing instructions, click here.

Sweden’s Melodifestivalen 2021

Semi-Final 1

Time: 20:00 CET to 21:30 CET

It’s one of the most anticipated national selections of the season. And the 2021 edition of Melodifestivalen is sure to start with a bang. Tonight’s big prize will be two spots in the grand final for the top acts, with the next two getting passes to Andra Chansen. The remaining three will be eliminated. This first semi features names like Danny Saucedo, Jessica Andersson and Paul Rey.

Click to Watch Melodifestivalen 2021 semi-final one

For additional viewing instructions, click here.

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Colin
Colin
2 months ago

Congrats to The Roop! Well done. 😉

Also congrats to Gebrasy to properly challenge them. He’s likely my NF non-winning songs 1st place now!

Vytautas
Vytautas
2 months ago

THE ROOP WON! YES. I’m so happy!

Una
Una
2 months ago

Gebrasy is performing right now. There are live performances tonight by the looks of everything. Beautiful song!!

Una
Una
2 months ago
Reply to  Una

Why did Gebrasy cry in the short interview after the live performance? I only understood something like “emocija” – “emotion”. Gebrasy, everything will be alright!! You have many fans that love you and love your song!!

Vytautas
Vytautas
2 months ago
Reply to  Una

He cried after the performance. Is he trying to get votes for sympathy or is he simply not ready for the grand arena because of so much stress there?

Una
Una
2 months ago
Reply to  Vytautas

What did he say? For real. Not personal opinions here. Does anyone know what did he and the host said?

Vytautas
Vytautas
2 months ago
Reply to  Una

He got emotional once he was asked how’s feeling after the performance.

NickC
NickC
2 months ago

Gebrasy has a great song, but it is a bit derivative (e.g. Tracy Chapman- Fast Car, Matchbox 20- City Lights). I am not throwing shade, I genuinely like the song, and without the Roop, it would be a no-brainer to pick him for Rotterdam. But Roop’s “Discotheque” is ground breaking, it is completely original, and on top of everything, it completely captures the zeitgeist. One more thing: when will Lithuania ever be on top of the betting odds again? Simply for that, Lithuanians need to take a chance for Kaunas 2022.

Vytautas
Vytautas
2 months ago
Reply to  NickC

*Vilnius2022 with THE ROOP

Jamie
Jamie
2 months ago

It will be time for some Discoteque ???

Charli Cheer Up
Charli Cheer Up
2 months ago

Melfest 2021 here we go!! ??

Andi
Andi
2 months ago

I wonder if I can watch Norway and Sweden after Lithuania without getting spoilered…

canada_piano
canada_piano
2 months ago

i really hope gebrasy wins. his song is just better from a musical perspective

Vytautas
Vytautas
2 months ago

Fingers crossed it’s The Roop. They really deserve it after proving they’re talented and capable to deliver 2 hits in 2 years consequently. As much as I like Gebrasy’s song, he still may have his time. After all, The Roop didn’t win after the first attempt, so it proves that anything is possible. I also like Martyna’s song, although the original name (F*CK YOU VERY MUCH instead of THANK YOU VERY MUCH) was more on point with the staging and lyrics. Titas & Benas are sweet boys (especially Benas, yummy!) but I find their ballad too cheesy and nothing special.… Read more »

Vytautas
Vytautas
2 months ago
Reply to  Vytautas

Wonderful aka not even close to the level of MM’s “Light On” or Alen Chicco’s “Your Cure” masterpieces? Even so, Jurijus would have barely made it to the GF as he was behind with only a few points which were mixed from some jury members. But it does mean he would have struggled in the GF and would have finished at the bottom anyways while Monika Marija was a TOP15 material at least. So yeah, another mistake, period.

semukas
semukas
2 months ago
Reply to  Vytautas

Jurijus song was a bland pop track that sounded like something straight from the coca cola commercial lol

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
2 months ago
Reply to  Vytautas

If you want the roop to go to eurovision, vote for them tonight. Don’t waste your shot.