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The Kosovar national broadcaster will once again be broadcasting the Eurovision Song Contest to viewers across the country. Viewers will be guided through the show by commentators Agron Krasniqi and Alma Bektashi.
In an interview conducted by esckaz with the Montenegrin head of delegation, Sabrija Vulić, the intention to extend the competition was revealed. Vulić said “My intention next year is to make a big concert,is maybe with 20 songs. Why? This competition is a chance for young musicians to introduce themselves to the public.” This also served as a confirmation that Montenegro would be taking part in Eurovision in 2020. (www.escunited.com)
EUROVISION 2019 🇮🇱
Earlier this morning, rumours circulated that extra rehearsals would be taking place in Tel Aviv. We know Moldova rehearsed early this morning to iron out their performance, but we have now reached out to the other three mentioned: Norway, the Netherlands and North Macedonia. Greece and Cyprus already had their extra rehearsal (www.escxtra.com)
Maybe Nevena Bozovic is alone on the stage of Eurovision Song Contest, but that’s because she has a great team of people together with her making this year’s team of Serbia in Tel Aviv. Meet them!
The Moldovan delegation has been granted an additional rehearsal for their Eurovision performance. Anna Odobescu will return to the stage in Tel Aviv for a third time today from 8:15 to 8:45 CET. Moldova is the third nation to have been granted permission for an additional rehearsal.
BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA 🇧🇦
Lejla Babovic the Head of Delegation for Bosnia & Herzegovina, has confirmed that BHRT will not be broadcasting the Eurovision Song Contest 2019. Ms Babovic told Fakor.ba that the Bosnian broadcaster cannot afford the rights to broadcast the competition and as a result will not screen next weeks contest.
Smaranda Vornicu-Shalit, the Head of Delegation for Romania, revealed that the broadcaster is open to making changes to their selection process. The comments come after this years selection process proved controversial, due to the weighting of the international jury compared to the public televote.