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Junior Eurovision Roundup: Shavnabada Tour Marches On, Portugal Returns

Eurovision fans will have been treated to two separate Shavnabada displays this week, with their appearance as backing singers in Georgia’s Eurovision 2019 entry by Oto Nemsadze, “Keep on Going,” and in the fourth week of რანინა (Ranina), Georgia Public Broadcasting’s method of selection for Junior Eurovision 2019 in Gliwice, Poland, on November 24, 2019. Four “tours” of different themes …

The “Expert” Panel reviews Georgia: Oto Nemsadze – Keep On Going | (Eurovision 2019)

It’s back! The (in)famous ESC United “Expert” Panel is returning once again! While we don’t claim to be professionally qualified to judge anything, we certainly have strong opinions, so our staff and editors got together to review all 41 of the songs taking part in the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 which will take place in Tel Aviv, Israel this May.  …

Georgia Roundup: Nemsadze filming at Enguri Bridge, Georgian Idol finalist passes away

Filming for Georgia’s Eurovision 2019 entry, “Sul tsin iare” by Georgian Idol winner Oto Nemsadze, continued this weekend as locations shifted from the Black Sea town of Maltakva to the crossing between Georgia and the Russia-backed breakaway Republic of Abkhazia: Enguri Bridge. The location will be very familiar to viewers of this season’s Georgian Idol, as Idol judge Natia Todua …

Georgia kicks off its Junior Eurovision 2019 selection with Oliver themed show!

What’s good for the adults is also good for the kids as Georgia is selecting its representative for Junior Eurovision 2019 in Gliwice, Poland with a similar process to Oto Nemsadze’s victory in Georgian Idol. Starting this evening, Georgia kicked off its search for its Junior Eurovision 2019 entrant with the childrens’ talent show რანინა (Ranina) the method of selection. Georgian …

Georgia: Oto Nemsadze wins Georgian Idol!

In a stunning beat-the-odds performance, Oto Nemsadze has won Georgian Idol and will represent Georgia at Eurovision 2019 in Tel Aviv, Israel. Going into the Georgian Idol final, Liza Kalandadze was both the ESC United fan favorite and betting company favorite, but with an emotionally charged performance obliquely referencing the situation in South Ossetia and the discord that situation is …

Georgia: Who did #YOU want to win Georgian Idol?

  Pity poor Giorgi Pruidze as he received no votes and #YOU overwhelmingly voted for Liza Kalandadze over Pruidze and the other two Georgian Idol finalists Oto Nemsadze and Giorgi Nakashidze. Going into tomorrow’s final, we knew that Kalandadze and Nemsadze, who had each won two rounds of Georgian Idol, would top our poll, but we did not know that #YOU favored …

Nini no more: Tsnobiladze out, Kalandadze new leader in Georgian Idol Semi-Final

Lisa Kalandadze has once again wowed the judges and the televoters with her performances and is in prime position going into the final, with her and Oto Nemsadze firmly in the running to take the Georgian Idol crown next week and represent the Caucasian nation at Eurovision 2019 is Tel Aviv, Israel. Nini Tsnobiladze struggled with Beth Hart’s “Am I …

Lachkepiani Downed in Georgian Jazz Composers themed Idol

Six became five as 17-year-old Tamar Lachkepiani was eliminated from the fourth live show of Georgian Idol. Nine out of the Idol ten contestants had some prior experience in a talent show, whether in Georgia or Ukraine. Lachkepiani was the only one who’d never been on television, but she departed today as the contest to be Georgia’s representative at Eurovision …

Aleksidze Out, Kalandadze the new leader in Georgian Idol Live Show Week Three

The love was real as the Georgian public made it known that Liza Kalandadze was the winner of Georgian Idol’s third live show with her rendition of Sergi Gvarjaladze’s “Artificial Love.” Heading into this weekend, Kalandadze looked to have the toughest assignment with deep voiced crooner Gvarjaladze’s ballad, but she nailed it. Assignments outside of a singer’s comfort zone have …

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