The Scandinavian selections for the Eurovision Song Contest 2011 set to take place in Düsseldorf, Germany continued this evening with Finland taking centre stage once again presenting yet another group of five entries, out of which three made it to the final stage of the competition along with the other acts that had already pre-qualified. This evenings’ show was quite impressive yet again and it seems that YLE are trying to send a real contender for this years’ event.
Apart from the three artists that qualified from the third semi-final this evening, there was also the announcement of the Jury wild-card which was actually quite surprising therefore the qualifiers as announced this evening were as follows:
Therefore, the Finnish final which will be taking place on the same day as the Maltese Final round already has a great line-up. The show which will be taking place within the city of Turku will be featuring a total of ten acts actually which you can note below. Following the performances of these acts below, the top three with the tele-voting and SMS Voting will go through to a super-final where they will battle it out for the ticket abroad.
Johanna Iivanainen – “Luojani Mun”
Marko Maunuksela – “Synkän Maan Tango”
Cardiant – “Rapture In Time”
Milana Misic – “Sydämeni kaksi maata”
Father McKenzie – “Good Enough”
Paradise Oskar – “Da Da Dam”
Eveliina Määttä – “Dancing in the Dark”
Sami Hintsanen – “Täältä maailmaan”
Saara Aalto – “Blessed with Love”
Stala & So – “Pamela”