Three more acts are heading to Kiev!

After three decisions last night, let’s recap who got through to Kiev and who had to bury their dream of being on a ESC stage last night.

 

Malta Eurovision Song Contest 2017

After a million attemps (actually just 8), Claudia Faniello won the Maltese selection against 15 other competitiors. Maltese TV made it quite easy for her by removing the jury and letting her sing last.

She won with just over 500 votes against the runner up Janice Mangion.

01. – Claudia Faniello – Breathlessly – 4.996 votes
02. – Janice Mangion – Kewkba – 4.544 votes
03. – Kevin Borg – Follow – 2.502 votes

 

Poland – Krajowe Eliminacje 2017

Poland had a good national final last night. In front of an impressive stage, 10 acts tried their best to impress public and jury. The winner was Kasia Mos and her song “Flashlight”. Kasia is no stranger to the ESC stage. In 2006 she tried to represent Poland but only placed tenth. German Pop Idol winner Aneta Sablik and Martin Finch who represented Poland in Oslo 2010 didn’t manage to score high at all.

01. – 019 – Kasia Moś – Flashlight
02. – 016 – Rafał Brzozowski – Sky over Europe
03. – 015 – Carmell – Faces
04. – 015 – Isabell Otrębus-Larsson – Voiceless
05. – 014 – Agata Nizińska – Reason
06. – 008 – Lanberry – Only human
07. – 008 – Martin Fitch – Fight for us
08. – 007 – Paulla – Chcę tam z tobą być
09. – 006 – Aneta Sablik – Ulalala
10. – 002 – Olaf Brssa – You look good

Hungary – A Dal 2017

Very unusal tunes from Hungary will be send to Eurovision 2017. After a jury has chosen the top 4 out of 8 finalists, it was decided that 35-year old Joci Papai has won A Dal 2017 with his song “Origo”. It is the first time since 2013 that Hungary sings in its own language and the first time ever for Hungary to sing in Romani.

From the justanotherlight team, Good luck to all of yesterday’s winners!

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