12 entries are still to be released!
The 40 participating countries have approximately one week to release their entries. The heads of delegations should submit their Eurovision entries during the Heads of Delegations Meeting, which will take place between 14-15 March. Sometimes a number of entries are being released just days after the meeting. For example, back in 2017 the Armenian entry was released to the public after the meeting and more recently – last year – Malta, Azerbaijan and Georgia all did the same.
Currently they are 12 entries that are still to be released. Three countries will organise a national final, five countries have announced the selected artists but not the songs and four countries have not released any information!
|Armenia||Rosa Linn||Snap||19 March ✅|
|Azerbaijan||Nadir Rustamli||Fade To Black||21 March ✅|
|Austria||Lum!x feat. Pia Maria||Halo||11 March ✅|
|Belgium||Jérémie Makiese||Miss You||10 March ✅|
|Cyprus||Andromache||Ela||9 March ✅|
|Georgia||Circus Mircus||Lock Me In||9 March ✅|
|Greece||Amanda Tenfjord||Die Together||10 March ✅|
|Iceland||Sigga, Beta & Elín||Með hækkandi sól||12 March ✅|
|Portugal||Maro||Saudade, Saudade||12 March ✅|
|Sweden||Cornelia Jakobs||Hold Me Closer||12 March ✅|
|Switzerland||Marius Bear||Boys Do Cry||8 March ✅|
|United Kingdom||Sam Ryder||Space Man||10 March ✅|
For which song release are you most excited about? Do you believe the 2022 winner will be among these entries? Let us know in the comment box below!