Tonight, the Belarusian national broadcaster, BTRC, will broadcaster their national final for the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest. The show will air at 20:00 CET (22:00 local time).
Hosted by Olga Ryzhikova and Denis Dudinskiy, the show will be hosted at the 600 Metrov in the capital city, Minsk.
The 15 acts will perform their entries to the public and the seven-member jury live. The public and jury will then vote for their favourite acts of the night. After a televote/jury deliberation, the act with the most points will win the national final and will therefore earn the right to represent their country at the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest in the host city of Vienna, Austria.
How to watch
[alert-info]The show will air at 20:00 CET (22:00 local time) and will be broadcaster on the following channels:
- Belarus 1
- Belarus 24
- Belarus 24 (Horbird) via satellite
- Live webcast via tvy.br
- Live webcast via eurovision.tv
The acts have been listed according to the official running order.
- NAPOLI – My dreams
- Lis – Angel
- Daria – Love is my colour
- Gunesh – I believe in a miracle
- Yana Butskevich & Muzzart – Tolko tantsuy
- Valeria Sadovskaya – Summer love
- Rostany – Electric toys
- Janette – Supernova
- Alexey Gross – Stand as one
- Milki – Accent
- Uzari & Maimuna – Time
- Beatris – Fighter
- Vitaly Voronko – Drive
- Anastasia Malashkevich – Don’t save my name
- Tasha Odi – Giving up on your love
Want to know more about the participating artists and listen to their official entries? Read more in our Meet the Belarusian national final participants article here.
The story so far
Belarus debuted at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2004 when Aleksandra and Konstantin were selected to represent their country in the host city of Istanbul, Turkey. With their entry My galileo, the duo received a total of 10 points in the semi-final, therefore failing to qualify to the grand final.
Belarus’ best result to date was in 2007 with Dmitry Koldun and his entry Work your magic. Qualifying to the grand final, Dmitry received a total of 145 at the grand final, ending in 6th position.
Teo was selected to represent Belarus at the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest via the Belarusian national final with his entry Cheesecake. Performing in the second semi-final, Teo qualified to the grand final where he finished in 16th place with a total of 43 points.