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Eurovision Artists: a second try (part 2)

Posted by Eurovision On Top on February 15, 2016 at 1:15 PM

Taking part in the Eurovision Song Contest for the second time seems to be a dream for former ESC artists even if they won like happened with Dana International, Carola or Niamh Kavanagh.





Let's make a journey across this years National Finals to see who are the repeating contender. In case they don't win their national finals they will join our charts as they are former Eurovision Artists.

Greta Salomé shared her first Eurovision experience with Jónsi but now she wants to be there alone. In the first heat of Söngvakeppnin 2016 she won the ticket for the final singing Raddirnar.

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Kállay Saunders band is trying to win  A Dal 2016 and next saturday the will play hard to win the ticket for the final. Who we are is the song.

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The black and yellow singer from Slovenia in 2001 is back and trying to represent her country again in Eurovision. We are talking of course about Nusa Derenda. Back to Melodifestivalen we will find Martin Stenmarck, that will not be in Las Vegas but will sing Du tar mig tillbaks.

The Romanian National Final, Selecția Națională 2016, will be held in March and it is public that Mihai Traistariu will try again. Now, with Paradisio.

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It's never clear if the winner of San Remo is the Italian representative in Eurovision. This year, Enrico Ruggeri tried again recalling that Il primo amore non si scorda mai.

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And finally, the very first participant from Poland will try again since she submitted a song for Krajowe Eliminacje. She's of course the legendary To nie ja singer, Edyta Gorniak. This time trying to be Grateful.

Categories: Eurovision 2016, Special Report, Slovenia

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