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Lithuania Eurovizijos 2015 Show 4 results

Lithuania: Result of Eurovizijos show #4

The winner of Eurovizijos show #4 was Mia, second: "Liepa Mondeikaite" and third: "Edgaras Lubys". Now there are "only" three shows left before Lithuania has selected the song, and four shows before the artist is known

"Eurovizijos" dainų konkurso nacionalinė atranka (English: "Eurovision" Song Contest national selection) had its fourth show tonight from Vilnius, Lithuania. In this show one song were eliminated, so now seven artists are back in the competition of being the next representative for Lithuania in Eurovision Song Contest. The seven qualified entries for show #5 were decided by a jury combined with public televoting.

Eurovizijos 2015 entries qualified for show #5

• Mia (Vilija Pilibaitytė) - "The Right Way" (22 points)
• Liepa Mondeikaitė - "Take My Love" (17 points)
• Edgaras Lubys - "This Time" (16 points)
• Monika Linkytė - "Flying" (14 points)
• Jurgis Brūzga - "No More Tears" (14 points)
• Vaidas Baumila - "Not Perfect" (13 points)
• Neringa Šiaudikytė - "Feel My Love" (8 points)
Tadas Juodsnukis - "Factory Hearts" (6 points - Eliminated)

Wilma La
Milita Daikerytė (withdraw due to illness)
Reda Striškaite

Eurovizijos 2015 schedule

3 Jan: Show 1
10 Jan: Show 2
17 Jan: Show 3
24 Jan 20:00 CET: Show 4
• 31 Jan 20:00 CET: Show 5
• 7 Feb 20:00 CET: Show 6
• 14 Feb 20:00 CET: Show 7 – Song selected
• 21 Feb 20:00 CET: Show 8 – Artist selected
• 28 Feb 20:00 CET: Show 9 – (Best of Eurovizijos 2015)
• 7 Mar 20:00 CET: Show 10 – Final

Lithuania in Eurovision Song Contest

Lithuania has been taking part of Eurovision Song Contest 15 times since its debut in 1994.

The debuting year 1994 Lithuania ended last, and the best result is from 2006 where LT United performed the iconic song "We Are The Winners (of Eurovision)". It didn't win though, but went 6th. Since the introduction of the Semi-finals in 2004, Lithuania has been in Eurovision every year, but only qualified for the Grand Final six times.

With both Estonias victory in 2001 ("Everybody") and Latvias victory in 2002 ("I Wanna"), Lithuania is the only Baltic state that haven't won Eurovision Song Contest

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