Lee Kriewitz wins German final

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Unser Song für Stockholm took place this evening, the German national final for the Eurovision Song Contest. Ten songs competed in two rounds of voting on, and chose the public against the 17-year-old Jamie-Lee Kriewitz and her song Ghost.

Also a singer Alex Diehl and the Group Avantasia had managed to qualify for the super final. The other markings were not disclosed. The two-hour show was also decorated with a lot of Eurovision excerpts from the old box, with the Narrator the fixed German Eurovision commentator Peter Urban.

Jamie-Lee Kriewitz gained fame in Germany by last year’s talent show The Voice of Germany to win. Ghost was her first single after that win, and is now also the German entry for the Eurovision Song Contest by 2016. She won the super final with almost half of all votes.

The complete results:

# Participant (s) Number % Place
1 Ella Endlich Adrenalin
2 Joco Full Moon
3 Gregorian Masters of Chant
4 Woods of Birnam Lift Me Up (From the Underground)
5 Luxuslärm Solange Liebe in mir wohnt
6 Keøma Protected
7 Avantasia Mystery of a Blood Red Rose 21.6 3
8 Alex Diehl Nur ein Song 33.9 2
9 Jamie-Lee Kriewitz Ghost 44.5 1
10 Laura Pinski Under the Sun We Are One

As land of the Big 5 is the final of the Eurovision song contest Germany immediately in 2016, on Saturday 14th May. Last year ended up with zero points at the bottom of desolate our eastern neighbours – a feat that with the new voting system happy twice as hard to match.