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Slovenia ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ฎ Turin 2022

EMA: Grand Final Preview ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ฎ

This Saturday we will know who Slovenia will be sending to Eurovision 2022 in Turin, as EMA concludes.

Who will succeed Ana Sokliฤ and become the next Slovenian representative? Let’s take a look at who will be performing in the final:

Anabel – Tendency
Stela Sofia – Tu in zdaj
Manouche – Si same?
Leya Leanne – Naked
BQL – Maj
Guลกti feat. Leyre – Nova romantika
July Jones – Girls Can Do Anything
David Amaro – ล e vedno si lepa
LPS – Disko
Hauptman – Sledim
Luma – All In
Batista Cadillac – Mim pravil

In the final, six jury members and a public vote will be the voting system that will select the winner of EMA.

Ones to Watch

We’ve already given you a run-through of some of the acts taking part in semi-final one and semi-final two. But has anything changed now we’ve heard the songs in full? Let’s take a look at some of the real contenders as the completion starts to reach its conclusion

BQL – Maj

Storming the YouTube views of the semi-final performances, it’s an EMA household name, BQL. Their song for 2022 Maj is an acoustic indie-pop number as the boys sing in harmony, which is a familiar sound to their other EMA entries. Will they go all the way this time? They are certainly set for another respectful finish in the Slovenian National Final.

BQL – Maj, semi-final performance

July Jones – Girls Can Do Anything

July Jones gave us Eurovision-ready staging in the semi-final to accompany her pop-rock number. In the comments of the video of her performance, she did write back to fans who had spoken about some aspects of the song, stating: “…I hear you about the sound and also repetitiveness” however in a competition setting it can be argued that’s not always a bad thing and will help people remember you. Let’s see how she rocks the stage on Saturday night!

July Jones – Girls Can Do Anything, semi-final performance

Luma – All In

This is a clear fan favourite going into the final, Luma has captured fans attention with their dreamy electro synth-pop. The duo gives an intense performance where if they’re not staring at each other, they are staring down the camera. Will this go from EMA Freลก and take the crown of the main competition?

Luma – All In, semi-final performance

Batista Cadillac – Mim pravil

Batista Cadillac quirky jazzy number has been gaining a bit of momentum going into the final of EMA, and with a great running order with performing last, this could benefit them massively. The leader singer gives a stunning vocal performance and this song really allows him to show off his range. Will the viewing public and juries be impressed enough to send this to Turin?

Batista Cadillac – Mim pravil, semi-final performance

Who would you like to see represent Slovenia at Eurovision 2022? Do you think we could get another similar showdown between a pop-rock queen and an electronic song just like in EMA 2019? Let us know in the comments!

You can watch EMA Semi-Final One live on RTVโ€™s website at 20:20 CET, Saturday 19th February.

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