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ESC legend Mary Roos and Florian Silbereisen at the German preliminary round!

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ESC legend Mary Roos and Florian Silbereisen at the German preliminary round!

Mary Roos knows how you feel when you take part in this contest as a young singer. She herself took part in the German preliminary round five times and won it twice Ticket for the Eurovision Song Contest.

When Mary took part in the German final for the first time in 1970, she was just 21 years old. However, Katja Ebstein wins in this elimination. Two years later, in 1972, when Mary is 23, she can go “Only love allows us to live” win the German preliminary round and travel to Edinburgh. And there the young singer achieved third place for Germany. Mary competed in the finals in Germany three more times (1975, 1982 and 1984). She finally wins in 1984 “Walk upright” the national elimination and represents Germany at the ESC in Luxembourg. Here, however, she has to settle for 13th place.

Next to Mary Roos Showmasters will also take part on February 16th Florian SilbereisenEntertainer Riccardo Simonetti and singer Alli Neumann space on the guest couch. In addition, there are the “I want to go to the ESC!” coaches Conchita Wurst and Rea Garvey am Start.

The of Barbara Schöneberger hosted show will be on Friday, February 16th, 2024 on Das Erste, ONE, www.eurovision.de and in the ARD media library from 10:05 p.m. live transmitted from Berlin.

These are the participants in the German final:

Isaak – “Always On The Run”
Max Mutzke – “Forever Strong”
NinetyNine – “Love On A Budget”
Marie Reim – “Naive”
Gallant – “cat”
Bodine Monet – “Tears Like Rain”

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This is how the German preliminary decision works

The act that travels to Malmö is chosen half by an international jury and half by the audience. The jurors have already evaluated the performances at the dress rehearsals on Thursday, February 15th. The audience is asked during the television show. You can vote via televoting, online voting on www.eurovision.de and on certain ARD radio stations. The act that can collect the most points travels to the ESC final in Malmö for Germany. In the event of a tie, the audience’s higher score determines the victory.

The final of the Eurovision Song Contest in Malmö will take place on May 11th: ARD will broadcast live from 9 p.m.
(Sources used: eurovision.de, Bild.de)

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