Who Will Represent Iceland In Tel Aviv? Söngvakeppnin 2019 Final Running Order Revealed

On Saturday (March 2nd) Iceland will finish the national final season and will crown Söngvakeppnin 2019 winner.

To the 4 qualifiers from the semi-finals, join Kristina Skoubo as a wildcard selected by the Icelandic broadcast RÚV.  that means a total of 5 songs will battle for the honor to represent the country in Israel.

The event will take place at the Laugardalshöll in Reykjavík. In the first round of the night, all 5 artists will perform and the top two ranked by the televote and international jury will qualify for the second round, the super final.   In the super final the public alone will decide for the winner and add their point to the points the songs got on the 1st round.

Söngvakeppnin-2019 CD Spotify

All the songs available to listen HERE 

2 of the finalists Friðrik Ómar and Hera Björk releases this week video clips for their entries.  The show running order will is as follows:

  • P 19 IS – 01 – Friðrik Ómar – Hvað ef ég get ekki elskað?
  • P 19 IS – 02 – Kristina Skoubo Bærendsen – Mama Said (Wildcard)
  • P 19 IS – 03 – Tara Mobee –Fighting for Love
  • P 19 IS – 04 – Hera Björk – Moving On
  • P 19 IS – 05 – Hatari – Hatrið mun sigra

 

In the show interval act will perform Icelandic representative for Lisbon Ari Ólafsson, and 2018 2nd place Eleni Fourei.  Moreover the Executive Supervisor of the Eurovision Song Contest Jon Ola Sand will attend to the show and it would be interesting to see his reaction in case Hatari wins the national.  Hatari band announced before that reason they are participating in the contest is in order to propagate their political BDSM agenda against Israel and plan to use the Eurovision stage for provocations like their actions so far with the letters for the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.  With that attitude so different from the Unity values of Eurovision a blessing from Jon Ola Sand will be wired especially after the shocking events of the last few days leading to Ukraine withdrawing the contest.

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