One contender, Nini Tsnobiladze, who received least votes, dropped out of the race in the semi-final of project Georgian Idol, musical megaproject of First Channel.
The semi-final of Georgian Idol Musical was held last evening. Contenders performed 2 songs each, one in Georgian and the other – in a foreign language. Four finalists were revealed as a result of the live show: Oto Nemsadze, Giorgi Nakashidze, Liza Kalandadze, and Giorgi Pruidze. These finalists will continue battling to represent Georgia at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest.
TV viewers are to reveal the winner of Georgian Idol who will present Georgia at 2019 Eurovision Song Contest (ESC).
After the semi-final tour, the results of the voting have been annulled and voting for contenders has been relaunched. The voting in the social network is possible once every 12 hours.
TV viewers should search for an official, verified page of Georgian Idol on Facebook from a computer, a Smartphone or tablet, open a Messenger, find the favorite contender’s name and click ‘Vote.’
Voting is also possible through calling a number assigned to every contender by subscribers of Geocell, Magti and Beeline cellular communications companies. The price of each call is 0.50 GEL.