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Italy: Results of the second night of Sanremo 2021

The Italian Festival di Sanremo 2021 had its second night where remaining contestants performed their songs for the first time

As Italy commenced with their national final Festival di Sanremo 2021, today the second night of Italy's biggest festival took place. During the first night we already saw half of this year's contestants while during the second night, the remaining contestants performed their song for the first time.

At the end of the show, the songs were ranked and were fully decided by the demoscopic jury. After the second night provisional ranking was revealed, the hosts later announced how the provisional ranking of both nights combined were placed. These results are for guidance however an average of these results will be taken into consideration when combined with the public televote on the final night to determine the superfinalists.

Tonight we've seen various guest performances however two were past representatives for Italy. Il Volo who represented Italy at the Eurovision Song Contest 2015 with "Grande Amore" and Gigliola Cinquetti who actually on for Italy in 1964 with "Non ho l'età" and later returned in 1974 with "Si".

Sanremo 2021 – 2nd night

Demoscopic Jury Ranking

Demoscopic Jury Ranking

Night 1 and 2 combined

  1. Ermal Meta – "Un milione di cose da dirti"
  2. Annalisa – "Dieci"
  3. Irama – "La genesi del tuo colore"
  4. Malika Ayane – "Ti piaci così"
  5. Noemi – "Glicine"
  6. Fasma – "Parlami"
  7. Francesca Michielin & Fedez – "Chiamami per nome"
  8. Lo Stato Sociale – "Combat Pop"
  9. Willie Peyote – "Mai dire mai (La locura)"
  10. Francesco Renga – "Quando trovo te"
  11. Arisa – "Potevi fare di più"
  12. Gaia – "Cuore amaro"
  13. Fulminacci – "Santa Marinella"
  14. La Rappresentante di Lista – "Amare"
  15. Måneskin – "Zitti e buoni"
  16. Max Gazzè & La Trifluoperazina Monstery Band – "Il farmacista"
  17. Colapesce & Dimartino – "Musica leggerissima"
  18. Coma_Cose – "Fiamme negli occhi"
  19. Extraliscio feat. Davide Toffolo – "Bianca luce nera"
  20. Madame – "Voce"
  21. Gio Evan – "Arnica"
  22. Orietta Berti – "Quando ti sei innamorato"
  23. Random – "Torno a te"
  24. Bugo – "E invece sì"
  25. Ghemon – "Momento perfetto"
  26. Aiello – "Ora"

Sanremo 2021

  • 2 March 2021: Sanremo Night 1
  • 3 March 2021: Sanremo Night 2
  • 4 March 2021: Sanremo Night 3
  • 5 March 2021: Sanremo Night 4
  • 6 March 2021: Sanremo Final

At Nights 1 & 2 (Tuesday & Wednesday) all the 26 artists perform their song for the first time, half of them sang in the first one, the other half will sing in the second night. The outcome of both nights is decided by a demoscopic poll.

At Night 3 (Thursday) all the 26 artists will be given a chance to choose and to perform songs that have competed at previous editions of Sanremo Music Festival. The members of the orchestra and choir will decide Thursday's ranking.

At Night 4 (Friday) all the 26 artists will perform their own song again. The press jury will judge every act and a new ranking will be elaborated, where all the previous votes from previous nights will be added.

At Saturday's Final, every contestant will perform their songs again. In a first stage, the voting will be determined by a system involving the demoscopic jury (33%), the press jury (33%) and the televote (34%) - songs will be ranked from 26th to 4th place.

The top 3 acts qualify to the Superfinal. A new voting will take place and at the end of it, we will have the winner of the 71th edition of Sanremo Music Festival, and will have first refusal to represent Italy in the Eurovision Song Contest 2021.

Italy in Eurovision Song Contest

Italy 2019: Mahmood - "Soldi"

Italy has been in Eurovision for 45 contests. They have won twice, in 1964 with the song "Non Ho L'étà" and in 1990 with "Insieme: 1992". Worst result was in 1966 where they finished last.

Italy 2019: Mahmood - "Soldi"

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

Italy had a long pause from Eurovision Song Contest from 1998 to 2010. Since then Italy has been a "Big-5"-country, automatically qualifying for every year's Grand Final.

About the author: Steven Spiteri (Malta)

Steven has been a huge Eurovision fan since 1995. He comes from a small town called Birkirkara located in Malta and graduated in Business & Administration. Steven follows all the national finals and Eurovision Song Contests every year especially Melodifestivalen and Eesti Laul. He has an endless list of favorites but the all time favorite entry would be Italy's 2016 entry "Nessun grado di separazione" by Francesca Michielin whilst Lisbon 2018 is his favorite Eurovision edition.



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