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Own Eurovision Song Contest 53
Oesc53
Dates
Semi-finals date May 2020 (expected)
Final date May 2020 (expected)
Host
Broadcaster Public Television Company of Armenia
Participants
Entries 24 (so far)
Returning Flag of Belgium Belgium
Flag of Luxembourg Luxembourg
Flag of Monaco Monaco
Flag of Switzerland Switzerland
Voting
System Each country awards 12, 10, 8-1 points to their 10 favourite songs
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Own Eurovision Song Contest 53, often referred to as OESC #53, is the 53rd edition of Own Eurovision Song Contest. It took place in TBD, Armenia, following Nune Yesayan's win in the 52nd edition with the song "Eu u du".

LocationEdit

Further information on the host country: Armenia

Host CityEdit

To be announced

VenueEdit

To be announced

FormatEdit

Semi-final Allocation DrawEdit

To be announced

Participating countriesEdit

Quarter-finalEdit

Country Artist Song
Flag of Andorra Andorra
Flag of Georgia Georgia
Flag of Germany Germany

Semi-finalsEdit

Country Artist Song
Flag of Algeria Algeria
Flag of Azerbaijan Azerbaijan
Flag of Belgium Belgium Tessa Dixson
Flag of France France
Flag of Cyprus Cyprus
Flag of Greece Greece
Flag of Kazakhstan Kazakhstan
Flag of Lebanon Lebanon
Flag of Liechtenstein Liechtenstein
Flag of Lithuania Lithuania
Flag of Luxembourg Luxembourg
Flag of Malta Malta Luke Chappell "Human"
Flag of Monaco Monaco
Flag of Morocco Morocco R3hab & Elena Temnikova "Where You Wanna Be"
Flag of Romania Romania
Flag of Slovakia Slovakia
Flag of Sweden Sweden
Flag of Switzerland Switzerland

FinalEdit

Country Artist Song
Flag of Armenia Armenia Arc North feat. Krista Marina "Meant to Be"
Flag of Belarus Belarus
Flag of Montenegro Montenegro

Other countriesEdit

Eligibility for potential participation in the Own Eurovision Song Contest requires a national broadcaster with active OEBU membership that would be able to broadcast the contest. As in every edition, an invitation to all the members have been sent in order to confirm whether they will participate or not. The following list of countries declined stating their reasons as shown below.

See alsoEdit

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