Armenia Breaking News Germany Latest News TONIGHT: Two shows… on a Thursday?! By Sean Tarbuck Posted on February 22, 2018 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr If you’re a Eurovision fan who is known for setting aside your weekends for watching the national competitions across Europe, you are probably thankful for the free evenings that Europe tends to provide throughout the week. However, following the opening of Depi Evratesil on Monday and the Serbian Beovizija final on Tuesday, we have another showing for a midweek evening. In fact, there are two shows tonight across Europe, including one final! Want to know more about how to ease yourself in and ready for another Eurovision weekend? Read on… 🇦🇲 ARMENIA – Depi Evratesil – Semi-Final 2 The highly-anticipated second semi-final of Depi Evratesil takes place tonight and it’s not long until we find out which ten acts will be in Sunday’s final. Will the favourites in Sevak, Kamil and Asmik all make it through? The ten acts in tonight’s second semi-final are; Maria’s Secret – Escape Arman Mesropyan – What You Hide Kamil Show – Puerto Rico Suren Poghosyan – The Voice AlternatiV – Stare at Me Amaliya Margaryan – Waiting for the Sun TyoM – Follow the Ocean Sevak Khanayan – Qami Mariam Petrosyan – Fade Asmik Shiroyan – You & I #YOU can follow all of the action tonight from 19:15 CET HERE, and also discuss the show with other Eurofans on our forum HERE! 🇩🇪 GERMANY – Unser Lied für Lissabon – Final With France, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom all set for Eurovision 2018, it now just leaves Germany out of the Big 5 to reveal their hopeful for the competition, as the 14th country overall to select their song for Lisbon. With hopes high of a strong result in 2018, will any of these songs lift Germany up the scoreboard in Portugal? Six acts will compete in tonight’s live final; Ivy Quainoo – House on Fire Michael Schulte – You Let Me Walk Alone Natia Todua – My Own Way Ryk – You And I voXXclub – I mog Di so Xavier Darcy – Jonah Three different sets of voters will help to decide the full result; the German public televote, a 100-member-strong Eurovision panel and a panel of industry experts. These three thirds will add up to create the final result for Germany’s selection. #YOU can follow all of the action from Germany’s selection using the live stream HERE, or why not join the lively discussion with our forum members right HERE? Which show will #YOU watch tonight? Let us know on our forum or join the discussion below and on social media!