It may be “Time” for Belarus to make a move in the Eurovision Song Contest, as the track by Uzari and Maimuna may be the country’s strongest entry ever.
War protest songs are great for doing reasonably well, while virtually guaranteeing you won’t have to host next year’s contest. Good job, country whose name means ten arrows!
Montenegro will try to get into the Eurovision Song Contest final for the first time with “Moj Svijet” by Sergej Ćetković. Though pretty, is the song too safe to leave an impression?
Hungary could be a contender to win the Eurovision Song Contest with “Running” by András Kállay Saunders. Might the subject matter of the song prove to be too heavy for voters?
It wouldn’t be Eurovision without a song about everyone just getting along. Enter Iceland’s Pollapönk with their punk-infused track “No Prejudice.” Will audiences get along with this song?
Maybe San Marino will finally make it to the Eurovision Song Contest final with “Maybe” by Valentina Monetta. For the third time to be a charm, it may require some errors from ESC heavyweights.
After sending the more sedate ByeAlex to the Contest last year, Hungary picked Kállay-Saunders to represent them in Copenhagen. Will “Running” keep them in the running for the prize this year?