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Der kleine Song Contest

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Der kleine Song Contest
Der kleine Song Contest.jpeg
Dates
Semi-final 114 April 2020
Semi-final 216 April 2020
Semi-final 318 April 2020
Final18 April 2020
Host
VenueAustria
Presenter(s)Andi Knoll
Directed byRobert Reifer
Host broadcasterÖsterreichischer Rundfunk (ORF)
Participants
Number of entries41
Vote
Voting systemIn the semi-finals, each juror awards 0–8, 10 or 12 points to each entry. The entry that receives most points in each semi-final proceeds to the final. The winner is determined by 100% televote of the Austrian public.
Winning song

Der kleine Song Contest ("The Little Song Contest") was a one-off music competition in the Eurovision format, organised and broadcast by the Austrian broadcaster Österreichischer Rundfunk (ORF). It served as an alternative for the Eurovision Song Contest 2020, which was planned to be held in Rotterdam, Netherlands, but had been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The competition consisted of three semi-finals between 14 and 18 April 2020 and a final on 18 April 2020, and was hosted by Andi Knoll. All shows were broadcast on the television channel ORF 1, as well as on the streaming platform ORF-TVthek.[1]

Format

Andi Knoll, presenter of Der kleine Song Contest
Andi Knoll, presenter of Der kleine Song Contest

In each semi-final, the music videos (or national final performances) of 13 or 14 entries that would have taken part in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 were shown. Each member of the jury awarded 0–8, 10 or 12 points to each entry.[a] The entry that received most points in each semi-final proceeded to the final on 18 April 2020. Out of the three finalists, the winner was determined by 100% televote of the Austrian public.[1]

Presenter

The programme was hosted by Andi Knoll, who has been the Austrian commentator for the Eurovsion Song Contest since 1999.[1]

Jury

The jury consisted of 10 singers who represented Austria in past editions of the Eurovision Song Contest:[1]

Participants

Semi-final 1

The first semi-final took place on 14 April 2020 at 20:15 CEST and featured the following competing entries:[1][2]

Draw Country Artist[3] Song[3] Language(s)[3] Place Points
01  Netherlands Jeangu Macrooy "Grow" English 3 71
02  Israel Eden Alene "Feker libi" (ፍቅር ልቤ) English, Amharic, Hebrew, Arabic 8 60
03  United Kingdom James Newman "My Last Breath" English 4 66
04  Armenia Athena Manoukian "Chains on You" English 12 42
05  Georgia Tornike Kipiani "Take Me as I Am" English[b] 11 49
06  Bulgaria Victoria "Tears Getting Sober" English 2 71
07  Spain Blas Cantó "Universo" Spanish 9 55
08  Belarus VAL "Da vidna" (Да вiдна) Belarusian 14 17
09  Poland Alicja "Empires" English 6 61
10  Romania Roxen "Alcohol You" English 7 61
11  Iceland Daði og Gagnamagnið "Think About Things" English 1 75
12  San Marino Senhit "Freaky!" English 13 35
13  Belgium Hooverphonic "Release Me" English 5 63
14  Cyprus Sandro "Running" English 10 50

Semi-final 2

The second semi-final took place on 16 April 2020 at 20:15 CEST and featured the following competing entries:[4]

Draw Country Artist[3] Song[3] Language(s)[3] Place Points
01  Russia Little Big "Uno" English, Spanish 4 67
02  France Tom Leeb "The Best in Me" French, English 3 69
03  Azerbaijan Efendi "Cleopatra" English[c] 9 50
04   Switzerland Gjon's Tears "Répondez-moi" French 5 64
05  Latvia Samanta Tīna "Still Breathing" English 12 36
06  Lithuania The Roop "On Fire" English 6 57
07  Croatia Damir Kedžo "Divlji vjetre" Croatian 11 45
08  Portugal Elisa "Medo de sentir" Portuguese 13 30
09  Sweden The Mamas "Move" English 2 86
10  Slovenia Ana Soklič "Voda" Slovene 10 50
11  Ireland Lesley Roy "Story of My Life" English 8 55
12  Moldova Natalia Gordienko "Prison" English 14 28
13  Finland Aksel "Looking Back" English 7 56
14  Malta Destiny "All of My Love" English 1 97

Semi-final 3

The third semi-final took place on 18 April 2020 at 20:15 CEST and featured the following competing entries:[1]

Draw Country Artist[3] Song[3] Language(s)[3] Place Points
01  Greece Stefania "Supergirl" English 8 51
02  Australia Montaigne "Don't Break Me" English 12 35
03  Germany Ben Dolic "Violent Thing" English 3 66
04  Norway Ulrikke "Attention" English 4 62
05  Serbia Hurricane "Hasta la vista" Serbian[d] 13 35
06  Italy Diodato "Fai rumore" Italian 6 59
07  Czech Republic Benny Cristo "Kemama" English 7 51
08  Estonia Uku Suviste "What Love Is" English 9 48
09  Austria Vincent Bueno "Alive" English 1 76
10  Albania Arilena Ara "Shaj" Albanian 5 62
11  North Macedonia Vasil "You" English 11 42
12  Ukraine Go A "Solovey" (Соловей) Ukrainian 10 45
13  Denmark Ben & Tan "Yes" English 2 73

Final

The live final took place on 18 April 2020 at 21:45 CEST and featured the three songs (one from each semi-final) that received most points from the jury.[1][5]

Draw Country Artist Song Language(s) Place % of votes[6]
01  Iceland Daði og Gagnamagnið "Think About Things" English 1 48
02  Malta Destiny "All of My Love" English 3 19
03  Austria Vincent Bueno "Alive" English 2 33

See also

Notes

  1. ^ One exception was made when Waterloo awarded 9 points to Malta by mistake.
  2. ^ Contains "I love you" in Italian, Spanish, French and German, and one more word in French.
  3. ^ Contains the Japanese mantra "Namu Myōhō Renge Kyō".
  4. ^ Contains one repeated phrase in Spanish and two words in English.

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g ""Mr. Song Contest proudly presents – Der ‚kleine' Song Contest" am 14., 16. und 18. April in ORF 1". ORF (in German). Retrieved 12 April 2020.
  2. ^ ""Mr. Song Contest proudly presents – Der ‚kleine' Song Contest" – Teil 1 am 14. April in ORF 1". OTS.at (in German). 11 April 2020. Retrieved 12 April 2020.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i "Rotterdam 2020". Eurovision.tv. Retrieved 4 April 2020.
  4. ^ ""Mr. Song Contest proudly presents – Der ‚kleine' Song Contest" – Teil 2 am 16. April in ORF 1". OTS.at (in German). 15 April 2020. Retrieved 15 April 2020.
  5. ^ "Mr. Song Contest proudly presents: Der "kleine" Song Contest". tvheute.at (in German). Retrieved 13 April 2020.
  6. ^ Ude, Christian (18 April 2020). "Der "kleine" Song Contest: Island gewinnt mit Spaßnummer das Wettsingen im ORF". Kleine Zeitung (in German). Retrieved 18 April 2020.
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