LIVE – First Heat of Hungary’s A Dal!

Tonight sees the start of the Hungarian selection process to choose their entry for the Eurovision Song Contest in May!

Called “A Dal” (“The Song”), tonight’s first heat sees 10 acts perform their songs, from which 6 will qualify through to the semi-final stage.

The show will include a jury of 4 professionals (Károly Frenreisz, Caramel, Zséda, and Miklós Both) who will individually mark each performance out of 10. The public will also vote on the songs as they are being performed, via the official app. The average app score will then be added to the jury scores to reveal the 5 top songs which will go through to the next round.

The public will then be invited to televote on the remaining 5 acts to choose the 6th qualifier.

Tonight’s performers are (the running order is yet to be decided) :

Benji – Karcok
Calidora – Glory
Dávid Henderson – White Shadows
Kata Csondor – Create
Leander Kills – Élet
Rocktenors – Ősz
Roma Soul – Nyitva a ház
Spoon 21 – Deák
The Wings – Mint a hurrikán
Viki Singh – Rain

We have been running a poll on the site to find our favourite songs from tonight, and this will stay open until the end of the show, so let us know your choices by clicking here

The show starts at 1930CT, don’t forget to download the official MédiaKlikk Plusz app from your app store and join us here as we live blog the event including exclusive content direct from the studio by Ervin

Watch the show live by clicking here and comment below as we take you through the show!

  1. Gorbie says

    Thank you for the live coverage guys! Have a good night 🙂

    1. Anne Hyde says

      Thanks Gorbie! Hope to see you next week!

  2. Gorbie says

    Extra vote from me through the mobile app went for Benji… good luck!!

  3. Gorbie says

    Good evening guys! Watching the show live from Bangkok, Thailand (It’s 2AM now!, a little bit Zzz… but enjoy the show so far) Thanks for translating! Really help me understading 🙂

    1. Gorbie says

      Before the show my favorite was “Deák – Spoon 21” but tonight performance, uh… it’s kinda bit of a let down. For me, vocal can be better but overall it’s not bad.

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