Belarus: Finalists Running Order Revealed

The Belarusian broadcast BTRC has taken another step towards it’s national selection.

Yesterday in Minsk, 49 acts have participated in the live auditions for Eurovision 2020. 12 lucky ones have received a ticket for the next round.

Today, the running order draw of the finalists had been decided and the show’s flow will look as follow:

1. NAPOLI — Don’t Let Me Down
2. Sasha Zakharik — Rocky Road
3. Anastasiya Malashkevich — Invisible
4. CHAKRAS — La-ley-la
5. Anastasiya Glamozda — Burning Again
6. Anastasiya Razvadоvskaya — Hello
7. Yan Yarosh — Fire
8. Angelika Pushnova — True Love
9. Darya Hmelnitskaya — On Fire
10. AURA — Barani svajo
11. KeySi — Chili Pepper
12. VAL — Da vidna

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🎶 🎤Гала-концерт состоится 28 февраля в съемочном павильоне "Беларусьфильма". ⠀ Откроет шоу Napoli, а закроет электронный дуэт VAL. Всего в финале нацотбора выступит 12 артистов. ⠀ 1. Шиманская Ольга (NAPOLI) – Dоn't let me down 2. Захарик Александра (Саша Захарик) – Rocky Road 3. Вахомчик Анастасия (Малашкевич Анастасия) – Invisible 4. Григорьева Ольга, Яночкина Юлия, Кауфман Светлана (CHAKRAS) – La-ley-la 5. Гламозда Анастасия – Burning again 6. Развадовская Анастасия – Hello 7. Ярош Ян – Fire 8. Пушнова Анжелика – True Love 9. Хмельницкая Дарья – On Fire 10. Быкова Юлия (AURA) – "Барані сваё" 11. Смольская Екатерина (КейСи) – Chili Pepper 12. Грибусова Валерия, Пашкевич Владислав (VAL) – "Да вiдна" ⠀ К слову, в такой последовательности исполнители будут репетировать на сцене отбора.💫 ⠀ #евровидение #евровидение2020 #eurovision #eurovision2020 #belarus #беларусь #белтелерадиокомпания #нацотбор #бт #песня #конкурспесни #nationalselection #belteleradiocompany #openup #esc #esc2020

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The Belarusian national finals will take place exactly a month from now, on Friday February 28th 2020

You can listen to some of the finalists studio version aon ESCBEAT’s Playlists in all streaming platforms




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