Greece: Internal Selection for Eurovision 2022 Will Include 2 Phases

As we have already reported, 25 different artists have submitted entries for Greek internal selection for Eurovision 2022. A total of more than 40 songs have been accepted by Greek broadcaster ERT

It seems like the broadcaster hasn’t expected that number and that level of songs (in a good way).
Therefore, according to the Greek media and EurovisionFun, a special committee (assigned by ERT) will judge the songs in 2 rounds.

In fact, the jury panel will be bigger than in the past.
The first round of the selection process will start next week. All submitted songs will be judged by plenty of parameters: the vocal ability of the singer, staging potential at Eurovision, staging concept, melody, catchiness, the message of the song, promotion, and more.
The selection process will include meetings with each singer where the concept and proposals will be presented and the jury will be able to ask questions.

3-4 songs will qualify for the second round where they will be judged again, until the dedired song will be chosen.

Greek broadcaster ERT has a destination this year: ending the entire selection process by the end of 2021. With this, Greece will have a longer time to work on the Eurovision entry.

Again, we would like to remind you of the list of known artists that submitted songs to the selection process:

#1. Good Job Nicky 

Good Job Nicky (GR) - Athens Music Week

#2. Evangelia

#3.Joanne (Ioanna Georgakopoulou)

Despina Demetriou vs Ioanna Georgakopoulou - "Big in Japan" /Battle/The  Voice of Greece 2021 - YouTube

#4.Amanda Tenfjord (Amanda Georgiadis)

About 1 — Amanda Tenfjord 1

#5.Nikos Ganos

#6. Elias Kozas

#7. Konstantinos Christoforou

#8. Jimmy Sion

#9. Artemis Matafia

#10. Konstantina Zerva (Kianna)


Doron Lahav is 28 years old guy who lives in Israel. Doron watches Eurovision Song Contest since early 2000s. Doron works as a Data Scientist and also shows interest in singing and writing.

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