Hungarian representative to be selected tonight!

It’s been a month since the beginning of A Dal 2016 and, after some heats and semifinals trying to guess who will get the ticket from Hungary to Stockholm, we have come a step closer to know the winner. Tonight, it’s time for Grand Final where we will get to know who will overcome this tense A Dal competition and grasp the opportunity to sing at Eurovision this year.

Four artists from each semifinal qualified for the final show and tonight these eight singers will sing their song once more to impress the jury members and public viewers. The line up for the show is as it follows:

Among the above mentioned finalists there is a former Eurovision entrant, András Kállay-Saunders, who  represented Hungary in Eurovision 2014 in Denmark and came the 5th at Grand final with his song “Running”. Then, Andras founded his own boy band called Kállay-Saunders Band. Thus, as a part of the band, Andras will compete one more time to perform at Eurovision.

The  winner will be determined by two-round voting process, which will be a bit different from the previous shows. At round one, four artist will be qualified by the jury members. As soon as all the songs are performed, the jury members will assign their points by following this sequence:  4, 6, 8 and 10. The four artists with the highest points will take part in the voting process of the second round, where the decision maker will be the public viewers. The one getting the highest points in the second round will be announced as the winner of the show and Hungarian representative for the Eurovision Song Contest 2016. So, if you are from Hungary, don’t forget to vote via SMS, A Dal app or online.

You can support your favorites by voting for them in our poll:


Stay tuned to discover the Hungarian entry for Eurovision at tonight’s show to be broadcasted at 19:40 CET on Duna/Duna World, as well as on-line:



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