2008 national Eurovision finals

Entrants in the 2008 national finals for the Eurovision Song Contest who appear in the Six on Stage database.

Back to Eurovision entries for 2008.

EntryNamed artists
30 sekonda by Produkt 28
E para letër by Eneda Tarifa
Malli by Arbër Arapi
Po lind një yll by Rosela Gjylbegu
Qielli i ri by Juliana Pasha
S'ka fajtor në dashuri by Jonida Maliqi
Zemrën e lamë peng by Olta Boka
Day After Day by Elnur Hüseynov feat. Samir Cavadzade
If You're Never Back by Elnur Hüseynov
La-la-la Song by Unformal
Little Muse by Unformal
Do You Believe by Litesound
Hasta La Vista by Ruslan Alekhno
O julissi na jalini by Ishtar
DJ, Take Me Away by Deep Zone & Balthazar
Svetlinata i mraka by Dani Milev
Andjeo by Emilija Kokic
Romanca by Kraljevi Ulice & 75 Cents
Zvala sam ga andjele by Maja Blagdan
Butterfly by Nikolas Metaxas
Calling You by Constantinos Andronikou
Femme Fatale by Evdokia Kadi
I Can't Be by Nikolas Metaxas
Rejection (Set Me Free) by Marlain Angelidou
Czech Republic
Benga beating by Gipsy.cz
All Night Long by Simon Mathew
365 Days by Birgit Őigemeel
It's Never too Late by Luisa Värk & Traffic
Leto svet by Kreisiraadio
One On One by Rolf Junior
Missä miehet ratsastaa by Teräsbetoni
I'm Free by 3G
Me and My Funky by Tako Gachechiladze
Peace Will Come by Diana Gurtskaya
Disappear by No Angels
Secret Combination by Kalomira
Szívverés by Csézy
Hvar ertu nú? by Dr. Spock
Leigubílar by Pálmi Gunnarsson & Hrund Ósk Árnadóttir
Núna veit ég by Birgitta Haukdal & Magni Ásgeirsson
Straumurinn by Einar Ágúst Víðisson & Sigurjón Brink
This Is My Life/Fullkomið líf by Eurobandið
Chances by Marc Roberts
Ireland Douze Pointe by Dustin
Time to Rise by Maya
Broken Lullaby by Andris Erglis
Bye Bye by Trianas Parks
More than 27 by Joran & Axlina
Wolves of the Sea by Pirates of the Sea
You Really Got Me Going by Aisha
Miss Kiss by Sasha Son
Nomads in the Night by Jeronimas Milius
To My Soul by Julija & Girma
All Right Now by Chris & Moira
Caravaggio by Claudia Faniello
Casanova by Morena
If You Believe by Mary Spiteri
Loved By You by Glen & Pamela
My Last Encore by Mary Spiteri
Street Car of Desire by Petra Zammit
Sunrise by Claudia Faniello
Tangled by Jessica Muscat
Vodka by Morena
Whispers by Pamela
A Century of Love by Geta Burlacu
Always Will Be by Olia Tira
Point of View by Jay Mon
Stefan Filipović
North Macedonia
Armija by Elvir Mekic
So drugi zborovi by Vlatko Ilievski
Vo ime na ljubovta by Tamara, Vrcak & Adrian
Hold On Be Strong by Maria Haukaas Storeng
For Life by Isis Gee
Superhero by Sandra Oxenryd
Viva la Musica by Man Meadow
Mágicantasticamente! by Blá Blá Blá
Por ti Portugal by Big Hit
Senhora do mar by Vânia Fernandes
Fairytale Story by Nicola
Pe-o Margine De Lume by Nico & Vlad Mirita
Seven Days by Paula Seling & Provincialii
Believe by Dima Bilan
Flyer by Sergey Lazarev
Na rasstoyanii dyhanya by Polina Smolova
New Russian Kalinka by Aleksey Vorobyov
Čudesni svetovi by Zoe Kida and Zemlja gruva
Oro by Jelena Tomašević
Sada ili nikada by Marko Vulinović
Zavet by Beauty Queens
Dober planet by Cole & Predsednik
Vrag Naj Vzame by Rebeka Dremelj
Zabava by Turbo Angels
Baila el chikichiki by Rodolfo Chikilicuatre
Déjà vu by Velvet
Empty Room by Sanna Nielsen
För många ord om kärlek by Niklas Strömstedt
Hero by Charlotte Perrelli
Just a Minute by Rongedal
One Love by Johnson & Häggkvist
United Kingdom
Even If by Andy Abraham
Woo (U Make Me) by Michelle Gayle
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