Israel: 4 Songs Qualified for the Final Round of Eurovision 2022 Selection

The first round of the Israeli selection for Eurovision 2022 has ended.
The 4 finalists of “X-Factor Israel 2022” performed their intended songs for Eurovision 2022.
The results were determined by a combination of 50% public votes, 25% jury votes, and 25% professional committee.

Each finalist gave a live performance of his 2 songs in a row.

Michael Ben David

Michael Ben David – I.M

Michael Ben David – Don’t

The final results for Michael’s performances are:

I.M – 83 points
Don’t – 17 points

Therefore, Michael will perform “I.M” in the grand final on Saturday

Eli Huli

Eli Huli – Nostalgia

Eli Huli – Blinded Dreamers

The final results for Eli’s performances are:

Blinded Dreamers – 67 points
Nostalgia – 33 points

Therefore, Eli will perform “ Blinded Dreamers” in the grand final on Saturday

Inbal Bibi

Inbal Bibi – Marionette

Inbal Bibi – ZAZA

The final results for Inbal‘s performances are:

Marionette – 53 points
ZAZA – 47 points

Therefore, Inbal will perform “ Marionette” in the grand final on Saturday

Sapir Saban

Sapir Saban – Head Up

Sapir Saban – Breaking My Own Walls

The final results for Sapir‘s performance are:

Breaking My Own Walls – 69 points
Head Up – 31 points

Sapir will perform “Breaking My Own Walls” in the grand final on Saturday

The Full Show is Available Here

On Saturday, the 4 finalists will perform a cover and their chosen original song.
At the end of the night, the song and the artist for Eurovision 2022 will be announced

Israel will participate in the first half of semi-final 2 at Eurovision 2022.
If Israel qualifies, the country will participate in the grand final on the 14th of May 2022

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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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