Who Will Win France “Destination Eurovision” On Saturday?

Only 2 more days!

This Saturday, France will finish the hottest season of “Destination Eurovision”.

The 8 finalists were chosen through 2 semi-final rounds and will perform their entry again on Saturday, in front of millions of viewers worldwide and the judge’s panel Christophe WillemAndré Manoukian, and VITAA.

The grand final international jury are : Rona Nishliu (Albania), Olga Salamakha (Belarus), Alex Panayi (Cyprus), Christoph Pellander (Germany), Michael Kealy (Ireland), Doron Medalie (Israel), Nicola Caligiore  (Italy), Ekaterina Orlova (Russia), Beatriz Luengo (Spain), Reto Peritz  (Switzerland)

Who will win on Saturday?  these are the finalist:

P 19 FR – 01 – Chimene Badi – Là-haut

P 19 FR – 02 – Silvàn Areg – Allez Leur Dire

P 19 FR – 03 – Doutson – Sois Un Bon Fils

P 19 FR – 04 – Aysat – Comme Une Grande

P 19 FR – 05 – Seemone – Tous Les Deux

P 19 FR – 06 – Emmanuel Moire – La promesse

P 19 FR – 07 – Bilal Hassani – Roi

P 19 FR – 08 – The Divaz – La Voix d’Aretha


On Saturday, except singing their entry, each artist will sing one of the 8 Eurovision entries listed below.  You can tweet on #destinationalEurovision official twitter (@EurovisionF2) which songs do you think each contestant will sing

Unlike in Eurovision, “Destination Eurovision” format rules as for revealing the semi results in advances is different.  We already know that Bilal Hassani won the 1st semi-final singing his powerful entry “Roi” both jury and public and that Seemone‘s emotional chanson “Tous les deuxwon won the jury vote but only came 2nd in televoting after Emmanuel Moir – “La promesse”

This is the second time France is using “Destination Eurovision” format and it looks like the hype both in the country and abroad is huge. last year winners “Madame Monsieur” was one of the favorites in the contest and polls. their song “Mercy” finished 13th in the final.

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