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Achtung Baby – “Unser Song Für Dänemark” Explained for Tonight!

The Baseballs in Rehearsal. Photo : Eurovision.de

The Baseballs in Rehearsal. Photo : Eurovision.de

“Achtung Baby” as we explain how “Unser Song Für Dänemark” aka The German National Selection for Eurovision will work tonight. NDR have announced the Running order for the show. We will of course have our Running Blog For the show – get your beer and frankfurters in an #JoinUs.

 

Running Order

 

  • 1. Das Gezeichnete Ich – Weil Du Da Bist // Echo
  • 2. Oceana – Thank You // All Night
  • 3. Santiano – The Fiddler On The Deck // Wir Werden Niemals Untergehen
  • 4. MarieMarie – Cotton Candy Hurricane // Candy Jar
  • 5. The Baseballs – Mo Hotta Mo Betta // Goodbye Peggy Sue
  • 6. Elaiza – Is It Right // Fight Against Myself
  • 7. Unheilig – Als Wär’s Das Erste Mal // Wir Sind Alle Wie Eins
  • 8. Madeline Juno – Like Lovers Do // Error

 

Process

 

Time for some German ingenuity and precision – so pay attention!

The above running order will take place. All eight acts will perform the songs listed. A first round of voting will take place where the Top 4 acts will go through to the Second Round. Still with me? Good

The Top 4 Acts will then perform their second – yes second – song for the contest. A further voting window will then open and the Top 2 artists will go into the “Super Final”

The voting will then decide the winning Act and winning Song that will go on to represent Germany at Eurovision in Copenhagen. You can listen to all the songs HERE

Eurovision Winner Emmelie de Forest will be performing twice as she asks you to nicely #JoinUs in Copenhagen. Interestingly we will get to see Italy’s Emma Marrone perform her Eurovision entry “La Mia Città”. All eyes will be on her song to see if there if there have been any changes to the production following mixed fan reviews.

Something for everyone in the German National Final as they hope to put last year’s result to the distant corner of their memories.

#JoinUs for our LIVE Blog of the show.

 

Author/Editor in Chief Garrett Mulhall

Source : NDR and Eurovision.de

 

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