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Happy new year from Budapest!!

Welcome back to Budapest, Hungary.  Hungary have won their second contest in three editions, making them the second country to win two contests so far, along with Sweden.  They won with song Ne Engedj El by Kati Wolf, winning with the biggest margin in NFAC History.

This time, Kati Wolf and Levenke Harsanyi are our hosts for NFAC 9 and we are at MTVA Studio 1 in Budapest.   Kati Wolf of course stepping into hosting shoes upon her win in Dublin.

Here are the semi final draws for both Semi Finals.  Hungary appears as interval act in both semi finals, remember, they can’t be voted for in the semi final stage as they are direct qualifiers to the grand final, they are merely here for promotional reasons.  

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Semi Final 1 (playlist can be found here)

1.       Romania – @Jazzii1234 – Cristina Vasiu “Nowhere”

2.       Czech Republic – @WojciechProma – LBP “Story Of Life”

3.       Russia – @coolahshakah – Sergey Lazarev “The Flyer”

4.       Slovenia – @queen_hogwarts – Clemens “Mava To”

5.       Denmark – @ZervasChristos – Michael Rune feat. Natascha Bessez “Wanna Be Loved”

6.       Norway – @Kyliewilson – Sirkus Eliassen “I Love You Te Quiero”

7.       Malta – @mattie156 – Dorothy Bezzina “Starting From The End”

8.       Yugoslavia – @longliveoasis95 – Samo Jedan Dan “Massimo Savic”

9.       Israel – @clausMichael1 – Mei Finegold “Staying With Me”

10.   United Kingdom – @MichaelESC – Deuce “I Need You”

11.   Montenegro – @escfan_cro – Madame Piano “Igra”

12.   Belgium – @LoreenatorDK – Eva Jacobs “Nothing Is Impossible”

13.   Estonia – @te_iub_ESC – Laura “Destiny”

14.   Latvia – @opeurovision – Kristine Somase “Phoenix Fly”

15.   Albania – @Andreaescit – Klodian & Rezarta “Dashuri Ne Perjetesi”

16.   Moldova – @ErHarris76 – Carolina Gorun “Sublime”

17.   Portugal – @herminio_esp – Catarina Perira “Canta Por Mim”

18.   Iceland – @SchlagerKaty – Birgitta “Medal Andanna!

Hungary – @timwfcmay – Bogi “World Of Violence”

*despite Belgium already competing with Nothing Is Impossible, it has been allowed to re-enter due to disqualification last time.

 

Semi Final 2 (playlist can be found here)

1.       Sweden – @capnkankles – Isa “Don’t Stop”

2.       Croatia – @okejsamkunemse – Jacques Houdek “Stotinama Godina”

3.       Switzerland – @chloemollie_ Tiziana “Only Human”

4.       Ireland – @JustPadraig – Leanne Moore “Does Heaven Need Much More?”

5.       Italy – @chiaragis – Arisa “Lo Notte”

6.       Macedonia @MACEPhip – Martin Srbinoski “Ram Tam Tam”

7.       Spain – @Mr_Kelsey_ – Lorena C “Piensa Gay”

8.       Lithuania – @ebsvision – Edgaras Lubys “Not Perfect”

9.       Armenia – @Arianna83 – Hayk Kasparov “Du Gites”

10.   Austria – @escmegan – James Cottriall “Stand Up”

11.   Belarus – @Johanna7r – Napoli “My Dreams”

12.   Germany – @KiwiNicola – Unheilig “Als War’s Das Erste Mal”

13.   Poland – @YngvePL – Paula “Flashing Lights”

14.   Azerbaijan – @refshaleoen – Leyla Alieva “Welcome To The Sun”

15.   Finland – @CalmAfterTheTim – Solju “Hold Your Colours”

16.   Serbia – @VladimirPutinJr – Slobodan Trkulja “Nebo”

17.       Georgia – @EurovisionEmily – Keti Samkharadze “Akhali Dghe”

18.   Netherlands – @Maikeel – Ebonique “So Much Love”

19.   Greece – @ESCMattez – Giorgos Karadimos “Polemao”

Hungary – @timwfcmay – Bogi “World Of Violence”

Remember Hungary will appear in both semi finals as interval act.  They are automatically in the final, so no voting for them until the grand final (if you so wish)

Playlists will be released later tonight….

Semi final voting deadline – 11th January 23:59 GMT

Semi Final show – 12th January 20:00 GMT

Final playlist – 12th January

Final voing deadline – 21st January

Final show – 22nd January

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