Today, more details on the Slovenian national selection for Eurovision 2010, EMA, have been disclosed. The competition will take place in the first fortnight of March, although the exact dates have not been yet announced. A total of 14 entries will compete and invited artists will feature as well.
As esctoday.com announced back in October, the 2010 Slovenian national selection will see two important novelties: the outcome of the competition will be the result of a 100% televote for the first time, unlike in previous years. Moreover, the song that will represent the country in Oslo will be sung in Slovene.
The public will find out about that entry in the first half of March 2010, when EMA is scheduled to take place. The exact dates have not been issued yet. A total of 14 songs will be performed and seven invited artists, selected by a jury, will take part in the competition as well.
EMA 2009 was won by Quartissimo ft. Martina, who went on representing Slovenia at the Eurovision Song Contest in Moscow with the song Love symphony. The act did not manage to qualify from the second semifinal.