🇼🇾 Iceland: Söngvakeppnin 2023 Begins on February 18

Icelandic national selection Söngvakeppnin kicks off on February 18th, with the song submissions window now open until October 4th.

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Eurovision 2022 Semi-Final 1 Results

The first semi-final of this year’s Eurovision Song Contest is complete, with the first 10 qualifiers decided.

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Eurovision 2022 Rehearsals – Day 2

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Eurovision 2022 Reviews – Iceland

Iceland are yet to win Eurovision, with a second place finish their best result thus far. The nation’s most recent two participations led to Top 10 finishes, and hoping to continue that streak is Systur. The trio will perform Með hékkandi sól, but how will it fare? 

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Who Should Win Eurovision 2022? Vote In Our Poll Now!

Another Eurovision national final season has concluded, and we have all 40 competing entries for this year’s contest. That means it’s poll time!

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🇼🇾 Sigga, Beta & Elín Triumph in Iceland!

The Icelandic selection, Söngvakeppnin is complete, with Sigga, Beta & ElĂ­n winning with their song ‘MeĂ° hĂŠkkandi sĂłl’.

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🇼🇾 Söngvakeppnin Semi-Final Two Results, Wildcard Chosen

The search for the next Icelandic Eurovision representative continues, with the second semi-final of Söngvakeppnin now complete. The final five acts performed their entries, with just two acts qualifying to the final.

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🇼🇾 Iceland Selects First Two Qualifiers

The search for the next Icelandic Eurovision representative has begun, with the first semi-final of Söngvakeppnin now complete. The first five acts performed their entries, with just two acts qualifying to the final.

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🇼🇾 Iceland: Here are the Söngvakeppnin Songs!

Icelandic broadcaster RÚV revealed the ten competing artists in the upcoming edition of Söngvakeppnin, the Icelandic Eurovision selection.

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Iceland: Söngvakeppnin 2022 Begins on February 19

Iceland will return to their regular Söngvakeppnin format to select their next Eurovision act. The acts competing are set to be announced in January.

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