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Iceland: María Ólafsdóttir wins Söngvakeppnin 2015

María Ólafsdóttir will represent Iceland at Eurovision Song Contest 2015 in Vienna with the song "Unbroken". Watch her performance here

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The Final of Söngvakeppnin took place in Iceland this evening, and after two Semi-finals and one Final in Iceland, we now know the Icelandic entry for Eurovision Song Contest 2015 in Vienna: María Ólafsdóttir with the song "Unbroken". The song is written by Ásgeir Orri Ásgeirsson, Pálmi Ragnar Ásgeirsson and Sæþór Kristjánsson

María Ólafsdóttir - "Unbroken"


A total of seven songs performed in the Final of Söngvakeppnin. Three songs from each Semi-final, and one song awarded with a wildcard by an expert jury.

The evening was divided into two rounds: In the first round the seven songs performed, and a 50/50 combination of jury and televoting picked just two songs for the next round: Friðrik Dór and María Ólafsdóttir. In the second round Friðrik Dór and María Ólafsdóttir performed again, and here the winner was solely decided by televoting.

Söngvakeppnin 2015 results



María Ólafsdóttir - "Unbroken" (Lítil skref)
• Friðrik Dór - "Once Again" (Í síðasta skipti)
• CADEM - "Fly" (Fyrir alla)
• SUNDAY - "Feathers" (Fjaðrir)
• Björn og félagar - "Piltur og stúlka"
• Elín Sif Halldórsdóttir - "Dance Slow" (Í kvöld)
• Haukur Heiðar Hauksson - "Milljón augnablik"

The jury in Söngvakeppnin 2015



• Einar Bárðarson (producer)
• Stefán Hilmarsson (Iceland 1988 & 1991)
• Jóhanna Guðrún Jónsdóttir (Iceland 2009)
• Sigríður Thorlacius (singer in the band Hjaltalín)
• Valdimar Guðmundsson (singer in the rock band Valdimar)

Iceland in Eurovision Song Contest



Iceland 2009 | Yohanna - "Is It True?"
Iceland's debut in Eurovision Song Contest was back in 1986, and has been participating 27 times since. Best result are two second-places with Yohanna in 2009 and Selma in 1999. Iceland is the only Northern European country that has yet to win the Eurovision Song Contest.





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