candidates for round ‘ Söngvakeppnin’ known
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On the Icelandic State television was in a special television show the participants list She‘s published, the national Eurovision heat of the northern European island.
It comes as in previous years to twelve participants. Their song titles and composers were released one by one during the broadcast, accompanied by short fragments. The RÚV has now also fully all songs posted online, both in the IJslandstalige as the English-language versions. A total of 24 songs fall here .
Participants include Erna fog, which last year took part. Another notable name is that of Aron Brink. He is the son of Sjónni Ban, which in 2011 would take part in the preliminary round, but several days before suddenly died. Six musical friends names in his name part and also as Sjonni’s Friends eventually took part in the Eurovision song contest in Düsseldorf. With the six Coming Home was 20th in the final. The full field of She 2017:
|Deelnemer(s)||Nummer (IJslands)||Nummer (Engels)|
|Hildur Kristín Stefánsdottir||Bammbaramm||Bammbaramm|
|Aron Hannes Emilsson||Nótt||Tonight|
|Davíð Freyr Pétursson||Hvað með það?||Is This Love?|
|Rúnar Eff Rúnarsson||Mér við hlið||Make Your Way Back Home|
|Aron Brink||Þú hefur dáleitt mig||Hypnotised|
|Júlí Heiðar Halldórsson & Þórdís Birna Borgarsdóttir||Heim til þín||Get Back Home|
|Linda Hartmanns||Ástfangin||Obvious Love|
|Erna Mist Pétursdóttir||Skuggamynd||I'll Be Gone|
|Sólveig Ásgeirsdóttir||Treystu á mig||Trust In Me|
|Kristina Bærendsen & Páll Rósinkranz||Þú og ég||You and I|
|Hólmfríður Ósk Samúelsdóttir & Arnar Jónsson||Til mín||Again|
|Svala Björnvinsdóttir||Ég veit það||Paper|
The Icelandic national final is over three nights. On Saturday 25 February and 4 March find two semifinals place, with six candidates and three finalists. The six players take the face off in the final of 11 March, where after a first round of voting the top two moving on to the super final. It is the final winner chosen. In the semifinals candidates must sing in Icelandic, in the final and on the Eurovision song contest, they may switch to English if desired.
Iceland has since 2014 the final of the Eurovision no longer met. Greta Salóme (photo) remained last year stuck in the semifinal with Hear Them Calling.