The Germans will involve the radio audience in entering Eurovision

The Germans will involve the radio audience in entering Eurovision



The Germans will involve the radio audience in entering Eurovision


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The Germans will involve the radio audience in entering Eurovision

Germany will adjust the selection process to choose Eurovision entry. Responsible broadcaster ARD announced that radio stations and their audiences are being used for the first time.

A total of nine radio stations are participating. Five music experts from these stations were added to the German selection committee and a jury was formed. They chose the top five entries and then let radio station listeners and television viewers decide which song would go to Turin next year.

Germany pays extra for the Eurovision Song Contest and is therefore part of the so-called “Big Five”. Along with France, Spain, Italy and the United Kingdom, the country is always automatically qualified for the finalist.

Like some of the other Big Five, the Germans have been craving real Eurovision success for years. After Lena’s victory in 2010, the top ten was reached only three times. In other years, the country has ended annoyingly in the stern. Last year, Jendrik scored just three points with I Don’t Feel Hate, good for second to last.

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