#52: Eurovision 2019 Grand Final Preview

Who will win the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest?

Australia, Switzerland, Spain, Malta, Iceland, and Netherlands are all contenders for winning the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest (Photos: Eurovision.tv) Australia, Switzerland, Spain, Malta, Iceland, and Netherlands are all contenders for winning the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest (Photos: Eurovision.tv)

This is it. The Eurovision 2019 Semi-Finals are done and we know what 26 countries will compete in Saturday’s Grand Final. We add our own wild speculation to the mix.

We break down the results from the semi-finals and how accurate our predictions were (Hint: hoo boy…) and what we think of Israel’s presentation of the Contest so far. After checking in with the auto-qualifiers rehearsals, we make our picks for who will win the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest. Will Iceland’s “Hatrid mun sigra” sigra? Could Australia’s “Zero Gravity” rise to the top? Is Netherlands’ “Arcade” playing a winning game? Or will France’s “Roi” reign supreme?

Episode Summary

SPOILER WARNING: We know not everyone watches the semi-finals and some folks may still be avoiding any information about the auto-qualifiers’ rehearsals. If you want to remain unspoiled, you may want to save this episode until after Saturday’s Grand Final. Who knows, we could be hilariously wrong in everything, so you may have that to look forward to.

  • How was the first semi-final? (4:15)
  • How was the second semi-final? (18:08)
  • Eurovision Grand Final preview (36:26)
  • Our predictions (44:42)

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