The Austrian national selection concludes this evening with the fourth and final show of Wer singt für Österreich?. The show will be broadcast live via ORF Eins at 20:15 CET.
How to watch
Wer singt für Österreich? will air at 20:15 CET via the following channels:
Tonight is the final night of the 2015 Austrian national selection, Wer singt für Österreich?. Following 3 weeks of competition, the 6 finalists will perform their official bidding entries to both the public and jury live. A 50/50 combined televote/jury vote will take place in order to decide the Austrian representative for the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest.
During last week’s show, the 6 artists each performed two of their potential Eurovision entries for the first time. After the songs were presented, the 3 coaches (Anna F., Nazar and The BossHoss) then when on to decide which song entry each artist would perform at the final of the national selection.
The official bidding entries have been listed below.
- Celina Ann – Utopia
- Dawa – Feel alive
- Folkshilfe – Who you are
- Johann Sebastian Bass – Absolutio
- The Makemakes – I am yours
- Zoe – Quel filou
Austria: The story so far
Austria debuted at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1957 when Bob Martin was selected to represent his country with his chosen entry Wohin, kleines pony?. In the host city of Frankfurt, Austria received a total of 3 points at the contest finishing in 10th place.
Austria has won the competition twice since their debut at the competition; in 1966 with Udo Jürgens and his entry Merci, chérie and more recently in 2014 with Conchita Wurst and her entry Rise like a phoenix.
Following Conchita’s Eurovision victory in the host city of Copenhagen, Austria will host the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest in the city of Vienna.