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07:53 National Triple Play

19:14 Eurovision News

23:54 Special Guest

48:06 Fan Favourite

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Deep Zone Project

Special Guest

Deep Zone Project is a Bulgarian house/electro band formed in 1998 by DJ Dian Solo, JuraTone and Rossko. They are most famous for their collaboration with DJ Balthazar, representing Bulgaria at the Eurovision Song Contest 2008 with the song 'DJ, Take Me Away'.

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Tusse

Fan Favourite

Toussaint Michael Chiza, better known as Tusse, is a Congolese-Swedish singer and Swedish Idol winner who represented Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 with the song 'Voices'.

Latvia has participated in the contest 22 times since making its debut in 2000, where the group Brainstorm finished third with the song “My Star”. They won in 2002, with Marie N and the song “I Wanna”, defeating Malta by 12 points. Latvia is the second former Soviet country to win the contest. The 2003 contest was held in the Latvian capital Riga. The country achieved its third top 10 result in 2005, when Walters and Kazha finished fifth with “The War Is Not Over”. Latvia did not participate in the final from 2009 to 2014, when they failed to qualify from the semi-finals for six consecutive years, including finishing last on three occasions, in 2009, 2010 and 2013. They qualified for the final for the first time since 2008 at the 2015 contest with Aminata and the song “Love Injected”. Her sixth place in the final is Latvia’s fourth top 10 finish and best result since 2005. Latvia made its 10th appearance in the final in 2016. Latvia has the distinction of having finished last in the Eurovision semi-finals more than any other country. Since its introduction in 2004, Latvia has finished last in five semi-finals, with Intars Busulis (2009), Aisha (2010), PeR (2013), Triana Park (2017) and Samanta Tīna (2021).

Walters & Kazha 2005 Latvia

In 2009, Valters made a solo effort to represent Latvia with his song “For A Better Tomorrow” but failed to qualify from the semi-final. Two years later, the duo provided the Latvian commentary for the Eurovision Song Contest 2011. Valters was also Latvia’s spokesperson at the Eurovision Song Contest 2012.

On 17 October 2018, it was announced that Valters Frīdenbergs had died of a two-year long battle with cancer.

Track List

1VeronaKoit Toome & Laura2017 Estonia
2Another Summer NightFabrizio Faniello2001 Malta
3Eat Your SaladCiti Zeni2022 Latvia
4Questa NotteBonaparti.lv2007 Latvia
5The War Is Not OverWalters And Kazha2005 Latvia
6Goodbye (Shelter)Sanja Vicic ZAA2016 Serbia
7DJ, Take Me AwayDeep Zone Project & Balthazar2008 Bulgaria
8Kakto PrediDeep Zone Project2022 Non Contest
9HoroscopesSheeba1981 Ireland
10VoicesTusse2021 Sweden
11ForeverAlekseev2018 Belarus
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