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Slovenia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2010

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

 Eurovision Song Contest 2010
Country Slovenia
National selection
Selection processEMA 2010
Selection date(s)Semifinal
20 February 2010
Final
21 February 2010
Selected entrantAnsambel Roka Žlindre & Kalamari
Selected song"Narodnozabavni rock"
Finals performance
Semi-final resultFailed to qualify (16th, 6 points)
Slovenia in the  Eurovision Song Contest
◄2009 2010 2011►

Slovenia selected its entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2010, which was held in Oslo, Norway, through the EMA contest, organised by Radiotelevizija Slovenija (RTV SLO). The winner of the contest, held on 21 February, was Ansambel Roka Žlindre and Kalamari with the song "Narodnozabavni rock" (Popular folk rock), which received 15,907 votes, almost five times as many votes as runner-up Nina Pušlar.[1][2]

Before Eurovision

EMA 2010

EMA 2010 Slovenia.jpg

EMA 2010 was the 15th edition of the Slovenian national final format Evrovizijska Melodija (EMA). The competition was used by RTV Slovenija to select Slovenia's entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2010.

Format

EMA 2010 consisted of a semi final on 20 February 2010 and a final on 21 February 2010.[3][4] Twenty-one artists in total competed in EMA 2010, with 14 songs in the semi-final alongside with 7 pre-qualified songs. In the semi-final, 7 songs qualified to the final. public televoting exclusively determined the results of both the semi-final and the final.

Competing entries

Artists and composers were able to submit their entries to the broadcaster between until 14 December 2009.[5][6] Songs were required to be performed in the Slovene language (due to certain legal restrictions made on RTV Slovenija to promote the Slovene language, despite controversy among professional and public audiences, and debates on the authors' artistic rights as well as promotion of Slovene culture in foreign languages).[7] 111 entries were received by the broadcaster during the submission period. An expert committee consisting of Mojca Menart, Urška Čop, Andrea Flego, Miha Vardjan and Drago Mislej Mef selected fourteen artists and songs for the semi-final of the competition from the received submissions. The jury were given special numbers and letter codes to identify the songs. The seven pre-qualified songs were written by prominent local composers who RTV Slovenija invited for the competition. The composers both created the song and selected the performer for their entry. The invited composers were:

  • Gal Gjurin
  • Marino Legovič
  • Miran Juvan
  • Neisha
  • Patrik Greblo
  • Raay
  • Zvone Tomac

The competing semi-finalists and pre-qualified finalists were announced on 18 December 2009 and 8 January 2010 respectively.[8][9][10] The running order for both the semi-final and the final were announced on 7 January 2010.[11] Between 31 January and 7 February 2010, 90 second clips of the fourteen semi-finalists were performed on the RTV Slovenija program Spet doma.[12][13] Full versions of the seven pre-qualified entries were presented on Radio Val 202 on 11 February 2010, and were performed on Spet doma on 14 February 2010.[14][15]

Semi-final

The semi-final of EMA 2010 took place on 20 February 2010 at the Gospodarsko Razstavišče in Ljubljana, hosted by Ivo Kores and Bernarda Žarn. In addition to the performances of the competing entries, 2009 Bosnian entrant Regina, 2008 Slovenian entrant Rebeka Dremelj and former EMA contestants Natalija Verboten and Eva Černe performed as guests.[14] Seven acts qualified for the final on 21 February 2010 based on the results of a public vote.[16][17]

Semi-final – 20 February 2010
Draw Artist Song Lyrics (l) / Music (m) Televote Place
1 Sara Kobold "Od tod do večnosti" Martin Štibernik (m & l) 549 8
2 Brigita Šuler "Para me" Miha Hercog (m), Saša Lendero (l) 618 7
3 Nina Pušlar "Dež" Martin Štibernik (m & l), Dejan Radičevič (m & l) 966 4
4 Langa "Roko mi daj" Miha Hercog (m), Mišo Kontrec (m), Saša Lendero (l) 2,034 2
5 Saša Zamernik "Živim za zdaj" Raay (m), Dantaya (l) 454 11
6 Ylenia Zobec "Priznam" Tadej Mihelič (m), Ylenia Zobec (l) 477 10
7 Vaso & D Plejbeks "Gremo na Emo" Tadej Vasle (m & l) 208 13
8 Martina Šraj "Dovolj ljubezni" Simon Skalar (m), Martina Šraj (l) 773 6
9 Marko Vozelj "Moj si zrak" Marko Vozelj (m & l) 924 5
10 Petra Pečovnik "Iz navade" Domen Kumer (m & l), Petra Pečovnik (m & l) 179 14
11 Martina Feri & Tomaž Nedoh "Le en dan" Tom Nedoh (m), Nik Papič (l), Polona Oblak (l) 275 12
12 Zadnji Taxi "Franjo" Roman Zupančič (m & l) 515 9
13 Manca Špik "Tukaj sem doma" Andrej Babić (m), Feri Lainšček (l) 1,446 3
14 Ansambel Roka Žlindre & Kalamari "Narodnozabavni rock" Marino Legović (m), Leon Oblak (l) 6,745 1

Final

The final of EMA 2010 took place on 21 February 2010 at the Gospodarsko Razstavišče in Ljubljana, hosted by Lorella Flego and Andrea F. In addition to the performances of the competing entries, Eurovision 2009 winner Alexander Rybak, 2005 Slovenian entrant Omar Naber, runner-ups of EMA 2006 and 1999 Saša Lendero and Tinkara Kovač and 2009 Slovenian entrant Quartissimo and Martina Majerle performed as guests.[14] Fourteen songs consisting of the seven semi-final qualifiers alongside the seven pre-qualified songs competed and a public vote selected "Narodnozabavni rock" performed by Ansambel Roka Žlindre as the winner, receiving five times as many votes as the runner-up, "Dež" performed by Nina Pušlar.[1][2]

Final – 21 February 2010
Draw Artist Song Lyrics (l) / Music (m) Televote Place
1 Marko Vozelj "Moj si zrak" Marko Vozelj (m & l) 1,597 6
2 Nuša Derenda "Sanjajva" Neisha (m & l) 1,040 9
3 Langa "Roko mi daj" Miha Hercog (m), Mišo Kontrec (m), Saša Lendero (l) 3,462 3
4 Tangels "Kaj in kam" Raay (m & l), P. Charles (l) 444 12
5 Brigita Šuler "Para me" Miha Hercog (m), Saša Lendero (l) 1,244 8
6 Anastazija Juvan "Nežna" Miran Juvan (m), Anastazija Juvan (l) 273 14
7 Manca Špik "Tukaj sem doma" Andrej Babić (m), Feri Lainšček (l) 2,264 4
8 Hamo & Gal "Črni konji čez nebo" Gal Gjurin (m & l) 1,918 5
9 Martina Šraj "Dovolj ljubezni" Simon Skalar (m), Martina Šraj (l) 1,479 7
10 Stereotipi "Daj mi en znak" Zvone Tomac (m), Janez Rupnik (l), Vatroslav Tomac (l) 298 13
11 Nina Pušlar "Dež" Martin Štibernik (m & l), Dejan Radičevič (m & l) 3,527 2
12 Vlado Pilja "Tudi fantje jočejo" Marino Legovic (m), Igor Pirkovič (l) 513 11
13 Ansambel Roka Žlindre & Kalamari "Narodnozabavni rock" Marino Legović (m), Leon Oblak (l) 15,907 1
14 Lea Sirk "Vampir je moj poet" Patrik Greblo (m), Juliette Justine (l) 751 10

At Eurovision

Slovenia competed in the second semi-final of the contest on 27 May 2010. Ansambel Roka Žlindre & Kalamari performed 11th on stage, following Romania and preceding Ireland. Slovenia finished in 16th place, finishing with only 6 points, 1 point from Israel and 5 points from Croatia. Therefore, they did not qualify for the final on 29 May.

In the semi-final Slovenia gave the maximum points, 12 points, to Croatia, 10 points to Denmark and 8 points to Azerbaijan. In the final, where Slovenia were also allowed to vote, the country gave 12 points to Denmark, 10 points to winners Germany and 8 points to Serbia. In the final the Slovene points were announced by Andrea F.

Split results

  • In the Semi-final 2 Slovenia came 16th with 6 points: the public awarded Slovenia 16th place with 11 points and the jury awarded 17th place with 5 points.

Points awarded by Slovenia[18]

Points awarded to Slovenia (Semi-final 2)
12 points 10 points 8 points 7 points 6 points
5 points 4 points 3 points 2 points 1 point

See also

References

  1. ^ a b Webb, Glen (21 February 2010). "Anzambel Roka Žlindere & Kalamari to Oslo for Slovenia!". European Broadcasting Union. Retrieved 21 February 2010.
  2. ^ a b Grillhofer, Florian (21 February 2010). "Slovenia sends Roka Žlindre & Kalamari to Eurovision". ESCToday. Retrieved 21 February 2010.
  3. ^ "EMA to be held in the first half of March". ESCToday. 11 December 2009. Retrieved 12 December 2009.
  4. ^ Romkes, Rene (7 January 2010). "Exclusive: EMA 2010 on February 20 and 21". ESCToday. Retrieved 8 January 2010.
  5. ^ Floras, Stella (18 October 2009). "Slovenia calls for songs for Eurovision 2010". ESCToday. Retrieved 18 October 2009.
  6. ^ Costa, Nelson (17 October 2009). "Deadline to submit songs scheduled". Oikotimes. Archived from the original on 29 December 2010. Retrieved 17 October 2009.
  7. ^ Viniker, Barry (21 October 2009). "Slovenian Eurovision Song in own language". ESCToday. Retrieved 21 October 2009.
  8. ^ Grillhofer, Florian (18 December 2009). "Slovenia: Singers and song titles revealed". ESCToday. Retrieved 18 December 2009.
  9. ^ Dahlander, Gustav (20 December 2009). "Contenders lined up for Slovenian selections". European Broadcasting Union. Retrieved 8 January 2010.
  10. ^ Dahlander, Gustav (8 January 2010). "Eurovision wildcards revealed in Slovenia". European Broadcasting Union. Retrieved 8 January 2010.
  11. ^ Hondal, Victor (8 January 2010). "Running order for EMA 2010 revealed". ESCToday. Retrieved 8 January 2010.
  12. ^ Grillhofer, Florian (1 February 2010). "Slovenia: First group of songs available". ESCToday. Retrieved 1 February 2010.
  13. ^ Grillhofer, Florian (7 February 2010). "Slovenia: Second group of songs available". ESCToday. Retrieved 7 February 2010.
  14. ^ a b c Grillhofer, Florian (17 February 2010). "All the details of EMA 2010". ESCToday. Retrieved 17 February 2010.
  15. ^ Grillhofer, Florian (17 February 2010). "Slovenia: More EMA 2010 songs online". ESCToday. Retrieved 17 February 2010.
  16. ^ Klier, Marcus (20 February 2010). "Results: Seven acts qualified in Slovenia". ESCToday. Retrieved 20 February 2010.
  17. ^ Webb, Glen (20 February 2010). "Slovenia: Seven songs qualify for final". European Broadcasting Union. Retrieved 20 February 2010.
  18. ^ Eurovision Song Contest 2008

External links

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