The 10 acts set to compete in the Eurovizija.LT 2024 final have finally been chosen. LRT’s jury and the Lithuanian public have been voting for their favourites over five heats, which featured three of the country’s past Eurovision acts, plus many more famous and newly established names.

It’s exactly 30 years since Lithuania’s debut at Eurovision. Although the country is still hunting for a win, they have not missed a grand final since the pandemic — gaining high scoring 8th, 14th, and 11th place finishes in the most recent years. Can any of the 10 competing entries go any higher than that and reach the top five?

You’ve now got the chance to have your say. Let us know who your favourites are, and who you want to see waving the Lithuanian flag in Malmö.

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Poll: Who should win Lithuania’s Eurovizija.LT 2024?

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Eurovizija.LT 2024 finalists

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The final will feature VB Gang, with its frontman Vidas Bareikis, one of the most successful current-day Lithuanian artists, coming back to the Lithuanian Eurovision pre-selection — however, it’s only his first grand final!

Queens of Roses have made it to the grand final for the first time as well. Year after year of delivering strong performances, the Lithuanian Little Mix are set to put up a tough fight for the trophy.

Quartet Il Senso and Justė Kraujelytė (part of Pluie De Comètes) will return to the grand final stage for the second time in a row. Both reached the Pabandom iš Naujo 2023 grand final.

Žalvarinis previously told Lithuania’s Eurovision 2005 commentator that they would never take part in the contest. Luckily, they’ve changed their mind 19  years later and are now set to compete for the honour of flying Lithuania’s flag in Malmö.

The newcomers to the selection — Aistè, Shower, and Silvester Belt — are this year’s breakthrough acts. Silvester’s “Luktelk” is currently at the top of the betting odds for Eurovizija.LT 2024 and the favourite to head to Malmö on behalf of Lithuania. If Silvester did make to Eurovision, it would only be the fourth time in 30 years that a Lithuanian act has sung in their beautiful national language.

Lastly, we will see a repeat of a duel between Monika Marija and The Roop. Both acts previously competed in the 2018 and 2020 Lithuanian finals. With both of them being extremely high televote earners in previous finals, it makes us raise the question: are “Unlove You Starting Tomorrow” and “Simple Joy” their best entries yet?

Who is your favourite from the Eurovizija.LT 2024 line-up? Does Lithuania have a Eurovision winner in the mix? Let us know in the comments below.

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BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
4 days ago

We have a running order.

Aistè – “We Will Rule the World”
Žalvarinis – “Gaud? v?jai” (The winds are blowing)
Pluie de Comètes – “Be careful”
Silvester Belt – “Luktelk” (Wait)
VB Gang – “Kaboom!!!”
Il Senso – “Time”
Shower – “Impossible”
Monika Marija – “Starting tomorrow”
Queens of Roses – “Walk Through Fire”
The Roop – “Simple Joy”

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
4 days ago

Hey guys, I just found out that the Lithuanian final will be streamed on the official Eurovision channel along with Estonia and Moldova. It’s great to see them get larger exposure.

Purple Mask
Purple Mask
5 days ago

This is one of those national final years where I could write an essay on the cultural depths of each of the songs. There’s a lot to unpack in this final, and there is quite a lot to like. The Roop still brings a “dance craze” and a song that has just enough content in it to win over a jury. Monika Marijia is my personal favourite artist from Lithuania, and she really deserves to represent them one year, because she has such an emotive voice. Queens of Roses get better every time I see and hear them. There’s a… Read more »

MartyMcCu
MartyMcCu
6 days ago

They should send Silvester. Catchy song and sung and performed really well.

Devito
Devito
6 days ago

Who will and who should are two different questions. Sadly, I very much see Vidas Bareikis mobilizing his wet teenage army and voting for him in the Superfinal. The Roop can snitch on victory as well. Although, let’s be honest, the song is decent but nothing ground-breaking. I’d lean towards Silvester Belt just for the sake of variety (based on what we’ve already sent to the contest in the timelapse of 30 years). It seems like the most polished performance and overall package for the Eurovision Song Contest. I’d love to see Shower too, but while their song is pretty,… Read more »

ThorBeta
ThorBeta
5 days ago
Reply to  Devito

I would like to think that the jury will not allow “Kaboom!!!” in the superfinal, even if they finish high with televoting. I think that Silvester will beat The Roop from what I’m reading and hearing from most Lithuanian fans.

Boo
Boo
6 days ago

It seems highly likely the Roop will win this. As all the jury’s are from the Lithuanian music industry, as the Roop is one of their biggest act. I can’t see them scoring them anything lower than number 1. And the jury score thumps the public vote.

Julia
Julia
6 days ago
Reply to  Boo

Actually no – this year we have a revamped voting system, where the jury+public vote will determine the top3 and then out of the 3, the public will choose the winner.

Jamie
Jamie
6 days ago
Reply to  Boo

Jury is irrelevant this year, so no.

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
6 days ago
Reply to  Boo

Um, Lithuania has a televote only top 3 super final this year like Estonia so the jury won’t have a final say in the end.

Boo
Boo
5 days ago
Reply to  BadWoolfGirl

I m glad I’m wrong.

Thallo
Thallo
6 days ago

Silvester has this in the bag. I’m just not sure how this will do in Malmo, as much as I like the song, I’m not sure if people will connect with it enough to vote. It’s a decent pop song, but is that enough?

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
6 days ago
Reply to  Thallo

There hasn’t been a solo male bop selected or released yet so it could stand out on that regard. Lithuania also has a cushion of points to nab from the uk and Ireland and diasporas in other countries so it could still qualify at the very least.

Whatever result it gets in the end, Lithuania will have no shame sending Silvester Belt if he wins this Saturday.

Antananarivo
Antananarivo
5 days ago
Reply to  Thallo

I hope taht you´re right.

Zanoni
Zanoni
6 days ago

I was scribbling out a preliminary NF top 50 list on Sunday and was surprised at how many Lithuanian songs were on there, because it *feels* like a much weaker field than last year to me. Unfortunately, they sent most of my favorites home in the semis. The last ones standing for me are Silvester and Aiste. I hope Silvester will win.

Antananarivo
Antananarivo
6 days ago

I really love The Roop but this time it has to be Silvester.

Nikita Zhukov
Nikita Zhukov
6 days ago

Simple Joy is nice but I’d really rather not see The Roop winning for the third time in five years
Protect the streak and send Luktelk, the arena will go nuts in May

Fabio
Fabio
5 days ago
Reply to  Nikita Zhukov

I don’t think Luktelk will be a massive success in Eurovision, I don’t count with the arena going nuts, to be honest.

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
4 days ago
Reply to  Fabio

You never know.

RxLou
RxLou
6 days ago

I wish people were not so fooled by The Roop. They need to get humbled this year for literally blocking people out of their official instagram for not blindly and fangirlingly cheering for them. I myself got blocked from their official insta for saying that I dont think it’s their time this year and someone else deserves it now. So much arrogance for someone who is constantly rambling about positivity and a good spirit. Therefore I will be cheering for Silvester twice as much. Seems like they went into this selection thinking it’ll be a landslide victory but woopsie, they… Read more »

Ohi
Ohi
6 days ago
Reply to  RxLou

NGL if you came to my Instagram page and started talking about how someone else was better than me I would block you too. Why didn’t you go to Sylvester’s page and praise him there?

RxLou
RxLou
6 days ago
Reply to  Ohi

Oh so you cant handle criticism? As a PROFESSIONAL ARTIST? Thats kinda sad to see how we live in times no criticism is allowed. I did not even explicitly say Silvester. I literally just said I think the song is nice but it’s not their time this year..and “SOMEONE ELSE.” I was not specific. If this is a reason to block someone who has been your fan for years, then wow. What times we live in… Sorry but if you can handle a different opinion. You shouldn’t be an artist then. I am a photographer with a creator’s instagram and… Read more »

Jamie
Jamie
6 days ago
Reply to  Ohi

They cannot take ANY criticism. People get blocked even if they suggest changes, or for even remotely criticizing anything. I think they’ve blocked like 20% of their fans so far.

ThorBeta
ThorBeta
5 days ago
Reply to  Jamie

If an artist starts blocking fans, there’s definitely an issue there, especially if they are relying so much on their social media, like The Roop seem to do. I’ve been following them since 2020 but I’ve started sensing some arrogant behaviours recently and after the above comments, I’ve now decided to unfollow them. It’s a shame when an artist starts becoming more narrow minded. Critique and commentary can often be well intended.

stm
stm
6 days ago
Reply to  RxLou

its funny you talk about their arrogance and yet you are the one going to their page posting discouraging stuff and thinking your opinion matters.

RxLou
RxLou
6 days ago
Reply to  stm

If you ain’t allowed to express and opinion… that kinda smells like a communism to me. Like i said, if you can’t handle different opinions or criticism as an artist, then you shall not be one. Criticism is always there to make you better. You are acting as if i told them “ey yo bro you s_ck i hope you fail.” Which… i did no such thing. Holy shoot imagine Eurovision instagram to block people for their negativity… That’d be insane. Maybe you are just a self centered pu__y that thinks the worl is all sunshine and rainbows and that… Read more »

Yuarith
Yuarith
6 days ago

Silvester. No one else. Great song, current sound and actually listened to in Lithuania.

Lin
Lin
6 days ago

Silvester music sounds fine, but as lithuanian speaking the actual lyrics is crap, he just sings random words like there are no sentences, no proper meaning. It’s is so bad grammatically, really awkward to listen. Rather send VB gang.

Ari
Ari
6 days ago
Reply to  Lin

That’s the impression I got when I read the translation. Good to have it confirmed by someone who speaks the language.

Jamie
Jamie
6 days ago
Reply to  Lin

Tell me you can’t understand the lyrics without telling me you can’t understand the lyrics. Yes, the words are simple, for the sole reason of being memorable to foreign viewers (as confirmed by Silvester himself), but they’re not random at all. There’s actually quite an apparent growth in the song as it starts with the grief of separation with the loved one to being hopeful and uplifting.

Julia
Julia
6 days ago
Reply to  Lin

Well, I am Lithuanian as well and really have to disagree with you here. If the lyrics aren’t literal, doesn’t mean there isn’t a metaphorical meaning/story. To me, the song speaks about the repetetiveness of life, indecisiveness, seeking for your identity and the need to be understood by another.
It isn’t as literal as the Roops “cups of coffee and voice of mother”, but it is still meaningful – you just have to wonder and seek for the meaning yourself as you often have to in works of art, be it music, poetry or whatever.

Héctor
Héctor
7 days ago

Silvester Belt, no brainer.

Jimmy
Jimmy
6 days ago
Reply to  Héctor

Protect queer art

Jamie
Jamie
7 days ago

I love how eurofans doubt that Silvester is capable of defeating The Roop, meanwhile Luktelk is absolutely everywhere (I can hear it playing daily from balconies and cars in my neighborhood) and Simple Joy is nowhere to be heard. The Roop has been getting quite some hate here in Lithuania, seems like a lot of people are fed up with them. They still have some lurking fans and can still win, but it won’t be a landslide.

Dominic
Dominic
7 days ago
Reply to  Jamie

Are you from Lithuania?

Dominic
Dominic
7 days ago
Reply to  Dominic

Sorry, you said you are. I didn’t catch it the first time I read. 🙂
So, you think that Silvester is the one to beat right now? That’s cool.

Jamie
Jamie
7 days ago
Reply to  Dominic

Yes

ThorBeta
ThorBeta
7 days ago
Reply to  Jamie

Eurofans are usually obsessed with returning acts (see Keiino for example this year). The fact that The Roop are behind Silvester in every fan poll is a good sign how better of a choice he is. After reading comments by Lithuanians I’m feeling quite confident that “Luktelk” will win, especially in an all televoting superfinal.

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
6 days ago
Reply to  ThorBeta

It’s usually out of sense of familiarity why eurofans tend to drift towards returning acts.,

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
7 days ago

now that we have our ten finalists, I have compiled a top ten ranking based on the viewcounts of the live performances: Luktelk—555K Kaboom!!—270K Impossible—89K Simple joy—75K We will rule the World—69K Gaude vejai—59K Unlove You Starting Tomorrow—45K Time—40K Be Careful—19K Walk Through Fire—19K As we can see, luktelk obviously leads the pack far ahead of the other competitors but don’t get complacent. Anything can happen on Saturday. Fortunately for me I am attending a doctor who convention this weekend so I will be too distracted and busy to get anxious over this. Good luck Lithuania, may you pick the best… Read more »

Dominic
Dominic
7 days ago
Reply to  BadWoolfGirl

Have in mind that Luktelk and Kaboom have one to four weeks of advantage in terms of views. Simple Joy and Walk Through Fire came last. It’s an indicator that Luktelk is popular, but not a big evidence of its advantage in televoting. Especially since we know that not all of these views come from Lithuania, and unlike in Czechia and Norway, *all* of their televoters will.

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
6 days ago
Reply to  Dominic

That is a fair point , the week 1 qualifiers do have a major leg up compared to the other finalists, but at the same time luktelk is truly ahead of the curve while the rest of the songs haven’t even cracked the six digits (although I expect simple joy to reach 100,000 K in a day or two). In fact, while Luktelk and kaboom were both released at the same time, the Luktelk has obtained over twice as many views as kaboom in the same period of time. So it is clear who the front runner is.

Jonas
Jonas
7 days ago

I like Simple Joy.

Sandie Shaw took part in Sanremo 1990 with a song called Deep Joy. Okay, so completely unrelated, but I’ll take any excuse to share this information. Ray Charles teamed up with Toto Cutugno that same year, they finished second.

Jonas
Jonas
7 days ago
Reply to  Jonas

(It was a weird Sanremo that year, every song was presented twice, once in Italian, once in a different language)

Jonas
Jonas
7 days ago
Reply to  Jonas

((Toto/Ray’s 1990 runner-up was reprised by the orchestra this year, with Toto‘s 1990 vocals… RIP Toto))

Apologies, back to Lithuania

Jimmy
Jimmy
7 days ago
Reply to  Jonas

Don’t be sorry. Some people may find your ability to turn any situation into a story about Sandie Shaw an irritating distraction, but I think it’s sweet.

Jonas
Jonas
7 days ago
Reply to  Jimmy

There’s always something there to remind me.

Jimmy
Jimmy
7 days ago
Reply to  Jonas

Like a puppet on a string…

Benji
Benji
7 days ago

The Roop. I’m glad they haven’t copied themselves but have returned with something fresh and different. Silvester would be nice too.

Johan
Johan
6 days ago
Reply to  Benji

Wow, I have a totally different opinion about The Roop – I really do think they have copied themselves for a second time in a row, and this one being clearly the weakest copy.
Silvester is my choice by far.

Fizzpunk
Fizzpunk
7 days ago

I do like the act and song of Silvester Belt.

clothespin
clothespin
7 days ago

atm luktelk would be my #1 or #2 if it won

Yuarith
Yuarith
6 days ago
Reply to  clothespin

Mine too, and that’d be great! A Lithuanian victory is overdue! 😀

Antananarivo
Antananarivo
5 days ago
Reply to  clothespin

I think he would be very close behind Raiven in my list.

Marcus
Marcus
7 days ago

I could watch the Roop and especially Vaidotas for hours. He is such a heartwarming and nice personality.

Jamie
Jamie
7 days ago
Reply to  Marcus

It’s kinda funny because a lot of Lithuanians can’t stand him for his personality, he’s a bit arrogant

RxLou
RxLou
6 days ago
Reply to  Marcus

They literally blocked me from their official instagram cause I said that I enjoy the song, but I think it’s not their time this year and someone else deserves a chance… I did not use a single word of hate or vulgar vocabulary. And I earned myself block from their official insta. Despite being a fan since 2018. They are arrogant as fawk

Jimmy
Jimmy
7 days ago

I’d be happy to see either Silvester or The Roop win for Lithuania, and they’re probably the strongest options for a good result. I really like the message of Simple Joy, which is especially important given everything going on in the world, but the simplicity of the performance might be uninspiring for voters in May. By contrast, Luktelk has a strong concept and staging, and it will be nice for Lithuania to send something fresh and original. The Roop can return in another year with something stronger than their previous. Maybe 2024 it’s time to give someone new a chance… Read more »

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
7 days ago
Reply to  Jimmy

I like the roop too, but I think it be better to send someone else because they’ve already had their chance at Eurovision.

Jimmy
Jimmy
7 days ago
Reply to  BadWoolfGirl

Yeah, I agree. I think by the message of their song, The Roop might agree too.

blueeyed
blueeyed
6 days ago
Reply to  Jimmy

Nah, they said themselves that they participate again because “we didn’t get the chance to experience the real Eurovision”. The contest was during the still ongoing pandemic so they were forced to stay at their hotel for 2 weeks and couldn’t meet fans, other performers, take part at the red carped ceremony and preparties. If you ask me, those wishes aren’t very simple joys.

Ari
Ari
7 days ago

If it’s between The Roop and Silvester, then I choose Silvester all the way though. I like the topic of simple joy but the song doesn’t spark joy at all imo. Better to give someone new a chance.

NickC
NickC
7 days ago

I love, love, love the Roop, but Luktelk works better as a package.

Kobe
Kobe
7 days ago

I’m a fan of The Roop, but the live performance ruins Simple Joy. This song doesn’t need those dance moves.

Efthymios
Efthymios
7 days ago

Just imagine if VB gang won and send every Eurofan into a raging delirium.

Julia
Julia
7 days ago
Reply to  Efthymios

Every Lithuanian as well, I might say ? let’s hope it won’t happen

Efthymios
Efthymios
7 days ago
Reply to  Julia

Neither would I want it. But, lets aknowledge that, at least it’s much more hilarious and not forced to be funny, unlike Finland’s entry.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
7 days ago
Reply to  Efthymios

I think it’s a pretty good song and the performance is even better with the staging and VB gang have the whole package like Luktelk, so for me, this is a better option than Simple Joy.

John
7 days ago

I really don’t understand how anyone can listen to that and come to the conclusion it is a good song… but each to their own!

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
7 days ago
Reply to  John

It’s clearly inspired by K pop and Eurobeat, featuring Korean lyrics – something never had before at Eurovision. The song also speeds up at the end rather than having a key change and the dynamic between the two singers is fun. Overall the song is intended to be very chaotic especially at the end with the dancers.

blueeyed
blueeyed
6 days ago
Reply to  John

It could be the best song in the whole world ever but as long as there’s Vidas Bareikis in the mix, I will hate it with my all heart. I just hate hate hate that guy. He’s a clown.

Ari
Ari
7 days ago

I hope I didn’t miss any good stuff in the semis. After quickly listening through the 10 finalists, none of them got me excited. Queens of Roses and Žalvarinis are ok. The favorite seems to be Silvester Belt and I’d like another song in Lithuanian. But I read the translation and judging from that, the lyrics aren’t much of anything. It’s an ok song but I don’t get the hype.

Ari
Ari
7 days ago
Reply to  Ari

The new Aiste is also worse than the regular Aiste. Get back the regular one.

Žilvinas
Žilvinas
7 days ago
Reply to  Ari

You, Sir, just won the internet with this comment, I can’t.. xDD

Ari
Ari
7 days ago
Reply to  Žilvinas

Thanks, what’s my prize? 😉

Francis
Francis
7 days ago

I like Luktelk and Simple Joy. However I don’t see Simple Joy doing well in Eurovision so I would pick Luktelk.

Also, quite irrelevant but the title of the Greek song has been announced and the song will be named “????” which translates to “Dice” in english.

Francis
Francis
7 days ago
Reply to  Francis

Didn’t know this comment section doesn’t allow foreign letters. Hence the ???? at my comment. Anyway I will write in Greeklish “Zari”.

ThorBeta
ThorBeta
7 days ago
Reply to  Francis

Very glad it’s gonna be in Greek. Any information about the composer?

Francis
Francis
7 days ago
Reply to  ThorBeta

They said there are several composers (most of them were not announced) but one of them is called Ogi and has worked with Marina in the past. Fokas Evangelinos will also be part of the team for the staging. The song will be in Greek – but there are some thoughts for adding a part in English too, this has not been decided yet.

ThorBeta
ThorBeta
7 days ago
Reply to  Francis

Do you mean OGE? They’ve done “Ponos Kryfos” together before so that’s a good sign. I guess a bit more uptempo though right? (I’m Greek btw ;))

Francis
Francis
7 days ago
Reply to  ThorBeta

Yes Oge 🙂 sorry for the bad spelling. They said it will be very ethnic. That’s all I heard

Ari
Ari
7 days ago
Reply to  Francis

When I read Evangelions I automatically think dream team. As long as they are kept away, I am hopeful.

ThorBeta
ThorBeta
7 days ago
Reply to  Ari

Oh don’t worry, Cyprus borrowed Kontopoulos this year, so thankfully for Greece he’s already busy…

Ari
Ari
7 days ago
Reply to  ThorBeta

Thank you Cyprus then lol at last Greece has potential this way

ThorBeta
ThorBeta
7 days ago
Reply to  Ari

Cyprus is recycling the song that lost the internal selection in Greece last year, if that’s an omen of what to expect.

Ari
Ari
7 days ago
Reply to  ThorBeta

I didn’t know they were so eco-conscious. Although recycling Fuego was a brilliant move, it’ll probably remain a one time success.

Antananarivo
Antananarivo
5 days ago
Reply to  ThorBeta

Marina herself and some Greeks.

Ria van de Velde
Ria van de Velde
7 days ago

I like these 2 songs most:

Dominic
Dominic
7 days ago

It’s a rather nice final selection. For the most part, the right songs made it through, even if we did lose a couple of good songs, like New Years, Blood on Your Hands, Dragons and Rainbows, Rock My Body, ect. Lithuania has five good options – Silvester Belt, Monika Marija, The Roop, VB Gang, and Shower. I guess that Silvester could be the best balance between a good jury and televoting result, whereas MM and Shower would do well in the jury score, and VB Gang in the televoting. The Roop could go either way. But with any of these,… Read more »

ThorBeta
ThorBeta
7 days ago

“Luktelk” is not only my favourite in this selection but one of my top favourites in this season overall (along with “Ulveham” and”La Noia”). It will be such a shame if Lithuanians don’t send it. I’m rather optimistic given that it’s been sitting at the top of Lithuanian charts for weeks now, but finals in Lithuania have always had an element of unexpected. “Simple Joy” is also OK, although a major downgrade from The Roop’s previous songs, and “Kaboom!!!” sounds fine live although it’s not the best song to start with. None of the rest has grabbed my attention although… Read more »

Andy
Andy
7 days ago

I love the heavy fan favourite ”Luktelk” , which is now leading the odds with 45% winning chance. But i want to remind you that last year’s winner Monika Linkyte was third in the odds with only 7% winning chance.

TheGreat
TheGreat
7 days ago
Reply to  Andy

The jury and the public tend to vote for the more established singers. I wish Luktelk would win but people here favour The Roop

ThorBeta
ThorBeta
7 days ago
Reply to  TheGreat

Shall we get prepared for The Roop winning then? I guess that the Top 2 in televoting will be The Roop and Silvester Belt, so it will likely come down to what the jury votes for, so do you think that the jury will definitely choose The Roop?

TheGreat
TheGreat
7 days ago
Reply to  ThorBeta

I forgot the fact that the superfinal now exists so the jury doesn’t have much power.

TheGreat
TheGreat
7 days ago
Reply to  TheGreat

But there exists Lithuanian facebook group about eurovision 2024. From what I observed, Silvester Belt has way more positive reactions from non-lithuanians.

ThorBeta
ThorBeta
7 days ago
Reply to  TheGreat

Oh yes good point, I forgot that too. I would guess Silvester and The Roop are certain for the superfinal then and then the 3rd song could be anyone’s guess (VB Gang maybe?). Do you think that Lithuanians will still pick “Simple Joy” although “Luktelk” has been on the top of the Lithuanian charts for almost one month now?

Andrew
Andrew
7 days ago
Reply to  ThorBeta

Voting system is revamped this year, public and jury will choose Top 3 and after only public will vote and choose winner from those 3, Luktelk will win it

Andrew
Andrew
7 days ago
Reply to  Andy

Linkyt? did heavy revamp of her song and performance and because of that she won, if she would present her song from beggining same way as she did in the finals, she would be one of favourites with more than 7%

Luktelk is favourite here in Lithuania this year, he did his performance in Žalgiris arena this Saturday in front of 14k crowd and he got great reception there, I’m almost sure he will win this Saturday.

ThorBeta
ThorBeta
7 days ago
Reply to  Andrew

That’s great to hear. Make sure you all vote for Silvester then on Saturday. It has the potential to bring a great result for Lithuania. 🙂

Andrew
Andrew
7 days ago
Reply to  ThorBeta

all my 10 votes will gor for Silvester and few other people will unload thier votes for Silvester, I’ll be in Klaipeda arena, almost all tickets sold out so there, will be aprox. 7000 people in the crowd

ThorBeta
ThorBeta
7 days ago
Reply to  Andrew

Sounds exciting. LRT is doing a great job the last few years and I hope that Vilnius or Kaunas will host Eurovision soon. I will even wish for 2025 if “Luktelk” wins – I’ve been showing the song to friends with very positive feedback so far. 🙂

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
6 days ago
Reply to  ThorBeta

I’d like to see Lithuania win Eurovision one day because it’s about time that the Baltic region be completed. I don’t know if it’s in the cards this year, but it would be great to see Lithuania crack into the top five for once

TheGreat
TheGreat
7 days ago

I love how people here believe that other songs have a chance of winning. The Roop is going to win since the jury is more likely to vote for them since The Roop is kinda known and close to the jury. Regular people will also vote for them because of the name recognition and the fact that they have the 2nd best Lithuanian results. We can wish for other singers to win but the winner is already decided.

Julia
Julia
7 days ago

Silvester Belt 100%

ANDREW BROWN
ANDREW BROWN
7 days ago

Best song Luktelk. Please dont send the VB Gang. One piece of trash selected by Finland is enough.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
7 days ago
Reply to  ANDREW BROWN

Neither are trash

Olaf
Olaf
7 days ago

You have one job to do Lithouania – and it’s Luktelk.

Roelof M
Roelof M
7 days ago

Lithuania’s selection doesn’t have as many options as it usually does, but with Luktelk they would continue their streak of strong entries. It’s modern, moody and athmospheric and would probably qualify with relative ease even in a strong semi-final.

Never Wrong
Never Wrong
7 days ago
Reply to  Roelof M

It literally has the most options it ever had, a total of 4.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
7 days ago

Silvester or VB Gang both have the most polished Eurovision ready performances, so I don’t mind either depending on what Lithuania wants to send. VB Gang are in whereas Silvester is dark and mysterious.

Just please don’t send the Roop again!

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
7 days ago

*VB Gang are bright and fun whereas Silvester is dark and mysterious

CatcoolH
CatcoolH
7 days ago

Luktelk is definitely the best option here

Lauren MIA
Lauren MIA
7 days ago

While The Roop has a great song here, there are songs/acts I like even more: Silvester Belt, Queens of Roses and Žalvarinis are my top 3.

Despicable Annie
Despicable Annie
7 days ago

Luktelk… no competition. Modern song with an international appeal while maintaining a Lithuanian identity. Anything else would be a major disappointment.

Efthymios
Efthymios
7 days ago

My personal choice: “Simple Joy”
Most realistic and logical choice: “Luktelk”

Both will end up in my top 10 anyways.

noone
noone
7 days ago

Luktelk is a very nice song, but I think Kaboom! is the way to go here. It would definitely qualify in ESC and stand out. It’s also much better musically and performance-wise than Finland. Plus Lithuania has never sent anything as crazy as that. So why not?

Efthymios
Efthymios
7 days ago
Reply to  noone

They tried in 2020 but bats had other plans for humanity.

Despicable Annie
Despicable Annie
7 days ago
Reply to  noone

Finland already filled the joke acts gap, no need for other stuff in that vein.

Despicable Annie
Despicable Annie
7 days ago
Reply to  noone

Also, they once sent Eastern European Funk!

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
7 days ago
Reply to  noone

Me too!

It would also be the first Eurovision song with Korean lyrics!

ANDREW BROWN
ANDREW BROWN
7 days ago
Reply to  noone

I really dont want to see a performer dry humping the stage trying to be funny as part of the stage performance. Please no VB Gang

RxLou
RxLou
6 days ago
Reply to  noone

You’re forgetting their best result is actually a literal troll entry 😀

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
7 days ago

Walk Through Fire!!!!!!!

Nikki
Nikki
7 days ago

Luktelk is defo in my top 10

impressiveinstants
impressiveinstants
7 days ago

Very underwhelming NF. Everything sounds very pedestrian. Luktelk is the best but I don’t see Lithuania in my Top 10 this year.