Italy Sanremo 2024: Amadeus & Giorgia
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Italy: Night 2 Results for Sanremo 2024

Night 2 of Sanremo 2024 has officially drawn to a close. 15 acts took the stage with their songs again. After voting was totaled up tonight, the top five for the night were revealed

The second night of Festival di Sanremo 2024 has concluded, and this evening we saw 15 acts perform their song for the second time.

Just like Night 1, the top five of the night were revealed at the end of the show. Tonight, votes consisted of 50% radio jury and 50% public vote. Once the votes were totaled up, it was announced by Amadeus that the top five were:

  1. Geolier - "I' p' me, tu p' te"
  2. Irama - "Tu no"
  3. Annalisa - "Sinceramente"
  4. Loredana Bertè - "Pazza"
  5. Mahmood - "Tuta gold"

Co-hosting alongside Amadeus tonight was Giorgia. She has participated in Sanremo five times, with the song "Parole dette male" being her most recent attempt in 2023, and 1995 being her most notable attempt after winning the festival with the song "Come saprei." We also saw multiple guest appearances including American actor John Travolta and Fiorello, who helped make Night 2 even more memorable.

Sanremo 2024 – 2nd night

*TOTAL RANKING is the total ranking of all 30 songs after the first three nights

Tonight, we got a great show out of the special guests as well. Rosa Chemical took to the Suzuki stage with Made in Italy, their Sanremo 2023 song, while Bob Sinclair gave us a fun and upbeat DJ set on the floating stage.

Co-host Giorgia took the stage to perform as well. She sang her song 'e poi' (Sanremo 1994) as this year marks 30 years since its release. Later on, she also performed a medley of some of her most popular songs, including "Ononero.'

Tomorrow, for Night 3, the remaining 15 artists will take the stage with their songs. The top five from Night 3 will be revealed at the end of the show in the same way the top five were revealed tonight. Co-hosting tomorrow will be Teresa Mannino.

Sanremo 2024

  • 6 February 2024: Sanremo Night 1
  • 7 February 2024: Sanremo Night 2
  • 8 February 2024: Sanremo Night 3
  • 9 February 2024: Sanremo Night 4
  • 10 February 2024: Sanremo Final

This year's edition of Festival di Sanremo will feature five live shows held at the iconic Teatro Ariston in Sanremo, all hosted by Amadeus together with various co-hosts.

  • Night 1: Tuesday, 6 February

Durning Night 1, all of the songs were performed live. Voting was only taken from the press jury (TV jury and online jury) to determine the Night 1 results. Co-host: Marco Mengoni (Italy 2013 and 2023).

  • Night 2: Wednesday, 7 February

At the second night, we saw half of the acts take the stage again to perform their songs. Voting this night consisted of 50% radio jury and 50% public voting. Co-host: Giorgia.

  • Night 3: Thursday, 8 February

Night 3 will see the remaining songs that did not partake in Night 2. The voting method will be the same as Wednesday (Night 2). Co-host: Teresa Mannino.

  • Night 4: Friday, 9 February

Night 4, each of the 30 artists will perform a cover of another song. The artists can perform the song solo or together with an acclaimed Italian or international guest artist. Co-host: Lorella Cuccarini.

  • Night 5: Saturday, 10 February

Night 5, the final night! All 30 songs will be performed one last time this Saturday. Public voting from the 5th night, combined with the results from the previous nights, will select five songs for the Superfinal. The voting will then be split between public voting (34%), the press jury (33%), and the radio jury (33%). The winner will have the option to represent Italy at the Eurovision Song Contest 2024. Co-host: Fiorello.

Italy in the Eurovision Song Contest

Italy 2021: Måneskin - "Zitti e buoni"

Italy has participated in 48 Eurovision contests. They have won three times:

Their worst result came in 1966, when they finished last.

Italy 2021: Måneskin - "Zitti e buoni"

Italy's most well-known song is "Nel Blu Dipinto Di Blu," better known as "Volare" from 1958. It is also the most covered Eurovision Song Contest song ever. The song has been covered by famous stars such as Dean Martin, Cliff Richard, David Bowie and many more.

Italy took a long pause from the Eurovision Song Contest between 1998 and 2010. Since then, Italy has been a "Big-5" country, which means they don't have to go through the Semi-final round and are automatically qualified for the Grand Final.

About the author: Justina Helgeson (United States of America)

authorJustina is a correspondent from the United States. She is a more recent fan as she first started following Eurovision in 2021. Since then, she has followed every Eurovision related event and developed a passion for the contest as a whole. If you were to ask them what their favourite all time Eurovision song is, Brividi by Mahmood and Blanco (Italy 2022) will be their answer.

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