Tonight: First semi final in Germany

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Tonight, the first semi final of Unser Song für Deutschland, the German national selection for the Eurovision Song Contest 2011 will be held. Lena Meyer-Landrut will perform six songs and three of them will qualify for the national final.

The show

The show will be broadcast live on Pro Sieben at 20:15 CET. 2010 Eurovision Song Contest winner Lena Meyer-Landrut will perform six different songs, whoose titles and composers are yet to be announced. Three songs will be chosen by televoting to qualify for the national final on 18th February. All songs and performances will be judged by jury consisting of head judge and 2011 co-host Stefan Raab and guest judges Stefanie Kloß (of Silbermond) and Der Graf (of Unheilig). Between the performances video clips will introduce the songwriters, who are said to come from all over the world. Two songs of the total of 12 in the running were written by Stefan Raab and Lena herself. The programme will be hosted by Matthias Opdenhövel and Sabine Heinrich.

How to watch?

There will be no official webcast, but all performances are expected to be published on ater the show.

Pro Sieben is available on satellite. You can find detailed information on how to receive the channel here.

Lena Meyer-Landrut won the Eurovision Song Contest 2010 in Oslo with the song Satellite. As host country of 2011, Germany is directly qulified for the final of the Eurovision Song Contest in Düsseldorf on 14th May.

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