Four ESC winners will be present at the Eurovision Song Contest – Unser Song 2017 on 9 February in Cologne.
Lena, who is one of jury members, will be joined by NICOLE, Ruslana Lyzhychko and Conchita Wurst. The three singers will perform a Medley of Eurovision winning songs, but not their own. Ruslana will sing Euphoria of Loreen, Conchita will sing Satellite of Lena and Nicole – “Merci Chérie” of Udo Jürgens.
Thank you so much for all your diligence, hard work and sacrifice in getting through round two of our search for the favourite Eurovision song for our brilliant fan club. The results have been tallied. The top twelve songs have been selected… by YOU!
Now… We ask for you to provide a typical Eurovision scorecard to the twelve songs… That is allocate 12, 10 and then 8-1 points in order of your most favourite (12 points), down. This means two songs will indeed receive nil points from each voter. C’est la vie!
The finalists are as follows:
ABBA – Waterloo
Bucks Fizz – Making Your Mind Up
Gina G – Ooh Aah… Just A Little Bit
Dana International – Diva
Lena – Satellite
Loreen – Euphoria
Emmelie de Forest – Only Teardrops
Conchita Wurst – Rise Like A Phoenix
Sanna Nielsen – Undo
Il Volo – Grande Amore
Loic Nottet – Rhythm Inside
Morland & Debrah Scarlett – A Monster Like Me
The timeframe to get these votes through – until midnight 10 January CET.
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It was in 2010 that Lena Meyer-Landrut raced to victory for Germany in the Eurovision Song Contest with Satellite. She also returned to the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest with Taken By A Stranger and finished in 10th place for the host nation.
Lena now returns with her new single and video. It is called Traffic Lights and is taken from her new album Crystal Sky. It is contempory upbeat electro pop song that should see Lena return to the international spotlight. The song is composed by Hayley Aitken, Alexander James and Harry Sommerdahl.