Tonight, LRT, the Lithuanian national broadcaster will continue their search for Vienna in show #3 of Eurovizija 2015.
LRT will use the same method and mechanism as in 2014 to select its Eurovision act and entry for Vienna.
How to watch the show:
[alert-info]LRT will be broadcasting the show at 20:00 CET and will last for 1 hour and 40 minutes. You can watch the show on:
What will happen in tonight’s show:
The show will see the remaining 11 competing artists perform one song. Each artist will receive scores from both televoting and jury. At the end of the show the 2 acts who has received the lowest score when jury and televotes have been combined will be eliminated.
Our hosts for this evening will be Simona Nainė and Arūnas Valinskas.
- Monika Linkytė
- Reda Striškaitė
- Milita Daikerytė
- Karolina Mondeikaitė-Liepa
- Jurgis Bruzga
- Wilma La
- Vilija Pilibaitytė-Mia
- Vaidas Baumila
- Tadas Juodsnukis
- Neringa Šiaudikytė
- Edgaras Lubys
Members of the jury panel who will help to evaluate the artists include Ramūnas Zilnys, Edmundas Seilius, Audrius Giržadas and Linas Adomaiti.
The 2015 Lithuanian Eurovision national selection Eurovizija will consist of 10 televised shows: a presentation show, 8 live shows including song and artist finals, Best of Eurovizija and the winners special concert. There will be 2 finals: one to select the song and another one to select the singer. Hereafter the song will be matched to the singer during the grand final which will be held on 21 February in the Lithuanian capital.
Eurovizija 2015 Schedule:
03/01 Show 1 – Presentation show 10/01 Show 2
- 17/01 Show 3
- 24/01 Show 4
- 31/01 Show 5
- 07/02 Show 6
- 14/02 Show 7 – Song Final
- 21/02 Show 8 – Artist Final
- 28/02 Show 9 – Best of Eurovizija 2015 Special
- 07/03 Show 10 – Eurovizija winner and Friends Special Concert
Eurovizija has proven to be a very successful format in Lithuania as it attracted a lot of viewers and interest during the 2014 season. Last year, the selection was extended due to public demand and high TV ratings.
Lithuania debuted at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1994 and is yet to win the event. The country’s best placing at Europe’s favourite television show was in 2006 when LT United achieved a 6th placing in the Eurovision Song Contest final in Athens.
Last year, Vilija Matačiūnaitė was selected to represent Lithuania with song Attention after she won Eurovizija 2014. In Copenhagen, Vilija received 36 points in the semi-final, failing to qualify to the grand final.