The French National Final ‘C’est Vous Qui Decidez’ finished just a few moments ago with Alvan & Ahez being chosen to represent France at the Eurovision Song Contest in May in Turin.
A total of 12 acts competed:
- Seule – Soa
- Joan – Madame
- Saam – Il est où?
- Elia – Téléphone
- Marius – Les chansons d’amour
- Paris mon amour – Hélène in Paris
- Joanna – Navigateure
- Alvan & Ahez – Fulenn
- Chut – Julia
- Cyprien Zeni – Ma famille
- Pauline Chagne – Nuit Pauline
- Elliott – La tempête
The result was determined over two stages. The first stage saw the top five from an initial televote progress, and they were announced in no particular order as:
- Alvan & Ahez
- Pauline Chagne
A sixth song was selected by the jury to progress, and this was announced as Cyprien Zeni.
The second stage of the voting was a more traditional mix of 50% televoting and 50% jury to decide amongst the remaining six acts.
After this stage, it was confirmed that winning the competition and going to Turin for France would be Alvan & Ahez, with their song Fulenn. They were first with both the jury and the public.
You can watch the live performance of Fulenn right here:
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