We’re only five days away from Super Saturday – February 27th, when five countriess will choose its artist, which will be heading to Stockholm. Same thing will happen in Slovenia, when EMA 2016 will take place. We already know that there will be 10 contestants, trying to win a golden ticket & represent Slovenia at the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest. But do you know how running order will looks like? No? Well, take a look below.
EMA 2016 will be on-air on February 27th, at 8 P.M. CET & you will be able to follow show via this link or on eurovision.tv, and as you may know, show itself will be hosted by Klemen Slakonja, who already hosted 2011 edition, when Maja Keuc won with ‘Vanilija’.
Running order is:
1. ANJA BAŠ – “What If“
2. ŽAN SERČIČ – “Summer Story“
3. ANJA KOTAR – “Too Cool“
4. SAN DI EGO – “Brez Tebe“
5. D BASE – “Spet Živ”
6. REGINA – “Alive In Every Way“
7. MANUELLA – “Blue And Red“
8. RAIVEN – “Črno Bel”
9. NUŠA DERENDA – “Tip Top“
10. SEBASTIJAN LUKOVNJAK – “Tales Of Tommorow“
As we mentioned before, there are two returning artists, Nuša Derenda, who previously represented Slovenia in 2001 Eurovision Song Contest, with a song “Ne, ni res / Energy”, as she’s co-owning best ever placement in Eurovision – 7th place – among with Darja Švajger, who represented Slovenia in their second attempt in the contest, back in 1995, with a song “Prisluhni Mi”, and Regina, who represented Slovenia a year after Darja Švajger, in 1996, with a song “Dan Najlepših sanj / The Brightest Day”. Will any of them won Slovene national selection again or is a new artist, who’ll wave Slovenian flag in Stockholm? Don’t miss the show this Saturday, on February 27th, at 20.00 CET! So, once again – take a look at the snippets below & our interviews with EMA 2016 artist, by clicking on their names – three of them are yet to be published!
Slovenia debuted in the Eurovision Song Contest back in 1993, with 1x Band and their song Tih Deževen Dan, and they are yet to win an event. Last year Maraaya represented Slovenia in Vienna, with a song Here For You. They finished 14th in Grand Final, scoring 39 points.
Written by: Jan Žagar & Jan Vehar