Lithuania in the Eurovision Song Contest 2022

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Eurovision Song Contest 2022
Country Lithuania
National selection
Selection processPabandom iš naujo! 2022
Selection date(s)Heats:
8 January 2022
15 January 2022
22 January 2022
Semi-finals:
29 January 2022
5 February 2022
Final:
12 February 2022
Selected entrantMonika Liu
Selected song"Sentimentai"
Selected songwriter(s)Monika Liubinaitė
Finals performance
Semi-final resultQualified (7th, 159 points)
Final result14th, 128 points
Lithuania in the Eurovision Song Contest
◄2021 2022

Lithuania participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2022 in Turin, Italy, with "Sentimentai" performed by Monika Liu. The Lithuanian broadcaster, Lietuvos radijas ir televizija (LRT), used the national selection Pabandom iš naujo! 2022 to select their representative, the final of which took place on 12 February 2022.

Lithuania was drawn to compete in the first semi-final of the Eurovision Song Contest which took place on 10 May 2022. Performing during the show in position 3, "Sentimentai" was announced among the top 10 entries of the first semi-final and hence qualified to compete in the final. In the final, Lithuania placed 14th with 128 points. It was later revealed that the country placed 7th in the semi-final with 159 points.

Background

Prior to 2022, Lithuania has participated in the Eurovision Song Contest twenty-one times since its first entry in 1994. Their best placing was achieved in 2006, with "We Are the Winners", performed by LT United, finishing in sixth place in the final. Following the introduction of semi-finals in 2004, Lithuania has managed to qualify to the final ten times.[1]

Lithuania was represented in 2021 by the song "Discoteque", performed by the Roop, who qualified for the final and ended 8th overall with 220 points.

Before Eurovision

Pabandom iš naujo! 2022

In mid-August 2021, LRT confirmed its participation in the 2022 contest.[2] On 1 October 2021, the broadcaster announced Pabandom iš naujo! 2022 ("Let's try again! 2022") had been confirmed for the third time in a row as the national final format used to select Lithuania's entry for the Eurovision Song Contest, and opened its submissions.[3] The shows were broadcast on LRT televizija, LRT Lituanica and LRT Radijas as well as online via the broadcaster's website lrt.lt.

Format

For the 2022 competition, six shows were held starting in early January 2022, consisting of three heats, two semi-finals, and a final, in which 36 contestants took part.[4] The three heats took place in 2022 on 8, 15 and 22 January, while the two semi-finals took place on 29 January and 5 February. The final took place on 12 February.[5]

Competing entries

On 1 October 2021, LRT opened a submission form for artists to apply with one song (contrarily to what had occurred the previous year, when two separate forms for entries and entrants had been opened), with the deadline set for 25 November 2021. The broadcaster allocated a budget of around €54,000 to be divided among the participants as their funding.[3][6] On 7 December 2021, the list of the 36 participating artists was released by LRT.[7] Included in the list are previous Eurovision competitors Erica Jennings (2001, as member of SKAMP), Ieva Zasimauskaitė (2018), Monika Linkytė (2015) and Vilija Matačiūnaitė (2014). The day after the release, the titles of the songs were also released.[8] On 11 January 2022, it was revealed that Alekas and Monika Linkytė withdrew from the competition for personal reasons and illness, respectively.[9]

Artist Song Songwriter(s)
Aldegunda "Holiday" Gailė Asačiovaitė-Main
Alekas "Out of Mind" Aaron Sibley
Augustė Vedrickaitė [lt] "Before You're 6ft Under" Augustė Vedrickaitė, Paulius Vaicekauskas, Robertas Semeniukas
Basas Pegasas "Ponai" Rokas Smilingis, Marius Repšys [lt]
Clockwork Creep "Grow" Paulius Mscichauskas
Cosmic Bride "The Devil Lives in Spain" Natalia Kharetskaya, Bruno Vogel
Elonas Pokanevič "Someday" Elonas Pokanevič, Edvardas Mikulis, Rokas Arciševskij
Emilija Valiukevičiūtė "Overload" Aurimas Galvelis, Justas Kulikauskas, Emilija Valiukevičiūtė
Emilijana "Illuminate" Emilija Katauskaitė, Stoyan Stoyanov, Paul Bester
Erica Jennings "Back to Myself" Erica Jennings, Stephen Sims, Deividas Jaroška, Rick Blaskey, Victor Diawara
Gabrea "Make It Real" Aurimas Galvelis, Justas Kulikauskas
Gabrielė Goštautaitė "Over" Gabrielė Goštautaitė, Robertas Semeniukas
Gebrasy "Into Your Arms" Audrius Petrauskas, Faustas Venckus
Geleibra "Aš jaučiu tave" Evaldas Mikalauskas, Gabrielė Urbonaitė, Justinas Chachlauskas
Gintarė Korsakaitė "Fantasy Eyes" Faustas Venckus, Gintarė Korsakaitė, Elena Jurgaitytė, Audrius Petrauskas
Ieva Zasimauskaitė "I'll Be There" Ieva Zasimauskaitė, Martin Hausner
Joseph June "Deadly" Vytautas Gumbelevičius
Justė Kraujelytė "How to Get My Life Back" Justė Kraujelytė, Kasparas Meginis, Edgaras Žaltauskas
Justin 3 feat. Nanaart "Something That Is Natural" Justinas Stanislovaitis, Liucija Nanartavičiūtė
Lolita Zero "Not Your Mother" Gytis Ivanauskas, Vitas Vaičiulis
Mary Mo "Get Up" Marija Monika Dičiūnė, Tomas Dičiūnas, Paulius Vaicekauskas
Mėnulio Fazė "Give Me a Sign" Vladas Chockevičius
Monika Linkytė "See You Again" Monika Linkytė, Vitalij Puzyriov
Monika Liu "Sentimentai" Monika Liubinaitė
Moosu X "Love That Hurts" Justas Kulikauskas, Aurimas Galvelis
Queens of Roses "Washing Machine" Michael James Down, Will Taylor, Primož Poglajen, Natalie Palmer
Rūta Loop "Call Me from the Cold" Edgaras Žaltauskas, Kasparas Meginis, Rūta Žibaitytė
Sun Francisco "Dream Again" Giedrė Ivanova, Maksim Ivanov, Snorre Bergerud
Titas and Benas "Getting Through This" Audrius Petrauskas, Faustas Venckus
Urtė Šilagalytė "Running Chords" Urtė Šilagalytė, Justas Kulikauskas, Aurimas Galvelis
Vasha "Nepaleidi" Vasha, Viktoras Olechnovičius
Viktorija Faith "Walk Through the Water" Charlie Akin, Viktorija Faith
Viktorija Kajokaitė "Piece of Universe" Viktorija Kajokaitė
Vilija "101" Vilija Matačiūnaitė, Leonas Somovas
Voldemars Petersons and the Break Hearters "Up" Voldemars Petersons
Živilė Gedvilaitė "Lioness" Ylva Persson, Linda Persson, Charlie Mason, John Matthews, Paulius Jasiūnas

Shows

Heat 1

The first heat of the competition aired on 8 January 2022 and featured eleven of the competing artists. Basas Pegasas was intended to participate on Heat 1 as well but due to disclosed health issues the band appeared on Heat 3. The show was filmed on 4 January 2022.[10] 6 of the competing acts qualified to the semi-finals.[10] The jury consisted of Ramūnas Zilnys (music reviewer), Ieva Narkutė (singer), Gerūta Griniūtė (cultural presenter and event host), Vytautas Bikus (composer) and Vaidotas Valiukevičius (singer of the Roop, representative of Lithuania in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 and 2021).[11]

Heat 1 – 8 January 2022
Draw[10] Artist Song Jury Public Total Place
Votes Points Televote Points
1 Augustė Vedrickaitė "Before You're 6ft Under" 52 12 317 4 16 2
2 Gabrielė Goštautaitė "Over" 12 2 138 1 3 11
3 Voldemars Petersons and the Break Hearters "Up" 11 1 328 5 6 8
4 Joseph June "Deadly" 39 8 363 7 15 4
5 Aldegunda "Holiday" 14 3 231 2 5 10
6 Viktorija Faith "Walk Through the Water" 18 5 92 0 5 9
7 Elonas Pokanevič "Someday" 11 1 477 10 11 6
8 Sun Francisco "Dream Again" 31 6 257 3 9 7
9 Urtė Šilagalytė "Running Chords" 15 4 824 12 16 3
10 Mary Mo "Get Up" 35 7 400 8 15 5
11 Erica Jennings "Back to Myself" 52 12 338 6 18 1
Heat 2

The second heat of the competition aired on 15 January 2022 and featured eleven of the competing artists. The show was filmed on 10 January 2022.[12] 6 of the competing acts qualified to the semi-finals. The jury consisted of Ramūnas Zilnys (music reviewer), Giedrė Kilčiauskienė (soloist, formerly member of an electronic band Pieno lazeriai [lt]), Leonas Somovas (producer and composer), Vytautas Bikus (composer) and Ieva Narkutė (singer).[13]

Heat 2 – 15 January 2022
Draw Artist Song Jury Public Total Place
Votes Points Televote Points
1 Clockwork Creep "Grow" 16 4 359 5 9 7
2 Justė Kraujelytė "How to Get My Life Back" 43 8 691 10 18 2
3 Gabrea "Make It Real" 16 4 283 2 6 9
4 Titas and Benas "Getting Through This" 47 10 291 3 13 3
5 Cosmic Bride "The Devil Lives in Spain" 12 2 93 0 2 11
6 Viktorija Kajokaitė "Piece of Universe" 1 0 332 4 4 10
7 Emilijana "Illuminate" 7 1 748 12 13 6
8 Justin 3 feat. Nanaart "Something That Is Natural" 30 6 258 1 7 8
9 Ieva Zasimauskaitė "I'll Be There" 56 12 554 8 20 1
10 Moosu X "Love that Hurts" 30 6 433 7 13 5
11 Queens of Roses "Washing Machine" 32 7 423 6 13 4
Heat 3

The third heat of the competition aired on 22 January 2022 and featured twelve of the competing artists. The show was filmed on 11 January 2022. 6 of the competing acts qualified to the semi-finals.[14] The jury consisted of Ramūnas Zilnys (music reviewer), Ieva Narkutė (singer), Gerūta Griniūtė (cultural presenter and event host), Vytautas Bikus (composer) and Darius Užkuraitis (LRT Opus director).[15]

Heat 3 – 22 January 2022
Draw Artist Song Jury Public Total Place
Votes Points Televote Points
1 Basas Pegasas "Ponai" 19 4 217 2 6 7
2 Rūta Loop "Call Me from the Cold" 43 8 586 8 16 2
3 Vasha "Nepaleidi" 15 3 222 3 6 8
4 Geleibra "Aš jaučiu tave" 10 2 216 1 3 11
5 Vilija "101" 44 10 183 0 10 6
6 Emilija Valiukevičiūtė "Overload" 1 0 70 0 0 12
7 Gintarė Korsakaitė "Fantasy Eyes" 23 5 497 6 11 5
8 Živilė Gedvilaitė "Lioness" 4 0 253 4 4 10
9 Monika Liu "Sentimentai" 58 12 2,124 12 24 1
10 Gebrasy "Into Your Arms" 40 7 576 7 14 4
11 Mėnulio Fazė "Give Me a Sign" 6 1 349 5 6 9
12 Lolita Zero "Not Your Mother" 27 6 1,074 10 16 3
Semi-final 1

The first semi-final of the competition aired on 29 January 2022 and featured nine of the remaining artists. The show was filmed on 24 January 2022. 4 of the competing acts qualified to the to the grand final.[16] The jury consisted of Ramūnas Zilnys (music reviewer), Ieva Narkutė (singer), Gerūta Griniūtė (cultural presenter and event host), Giedrė Kilčiauskienė (soloist, formerly member of an electronic band Pieno lazeriai [lt]) and Vaidotas Valiukevičius (singer of the Roop, representative of Lithuania in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 and 2021).

Semi-final 1 – 29 January 2022
Draw Artist Song Jury Public Total Place
Votes Points Televote Points
1 Queens of Roses "Washing Machine" 22 4 648 7 11 4
2 Elonas Pokanevič "Someday" 14 3 377 2 5 9
3 Emilijana "Illuminate" 14 3 573 6 9 8
4 Joseph June "Deadly" 37 7 378 3 10 5
5 Erica Jennings "Back to Myself" 32 6 474 4 10 6
6 Justė Kraujelytė "How to Get My Life Back" 54 12 799 10 22 1
7 Gebrasy "Into Your Arms" 46 10 751 8 18 3
8 Gintarė Korsakaitė "Fantasy Eyes" 24 5 511 5 10 7
9 Lolita Zero "Not Your Mother" 42 8 2,281 12 20 2
Semi-final 2

The first semi-final of the competition aired on 5 February 2022 and featured nine of the remaining artists. The show was filmed on 25 January 2022. 4 of the competing acts qualified to the to the grand final.[17] The members of the jury consisted of Ramūnas Zilnys (music reviewer), Ieva Narkutė (singer), Vytautas Bikus (composer), Gerūta Griniūtė (cultural presenter and event host) and Stanislavas Stavickis-Stano (singer-songwriter).

Semi-final 2 – 5 February 2022
Draw Artist Song Jury Public Total Place
Votes Points Televote Points
1 Mary Mo "Get Up" 20 4 301 2 6 9
2 Vilija "101" 30 6 303 3 9 6
3 Urtė Šilagalytė "Running Chords" 12 2 1,165 10 12 5
4 Ieva Zasimauskaitė "I'll Be There" 37 8 481 5 13 4
5 Augustė Vedrickaitė "Before You're 6ft Under" 49 10 934 8 18 2
6 Rūta Loop "Call Me from the Cold" 37 8 878 7 15 3
7 Titas and Benas "Getting Through This" 26 5 310 4 9 7
8 Monika Liu "Sentimentai" 58 12 3,965 12 24 1
9 Moosu X "Love That Hurts" 16 3 637 6 9 8
Final

The final of the competition aired on 12 February 2022 and featured the eight remaining artists. The members of the jury consisted of Ramūnas Zilnys (music reviewer), Gerūta Griniūtė (cultural presenter and event host), Vytautas Bikus (composer), Stanislavas Stavickis-Stano (singer-songwriter), Aistė Smilgevičiūtė (representative of Lithuania in the Eurovision Song Contest 1999), Ieva Narkutė (singer) and Vaidotas Valiukevičius (singer of the Roop, representative of Lithuania in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 and 2021).[18]

Final – 12 February 2022
Draw Artist Song Jury Public Total Place
Votes Points Televote Points
1 Lolita Zero "Not Your Mother" 57 8 20,929 10 18 3
2 Ieva Zasimauskaitė "I'll Be There" 33 4 729 3 7 7
3 Rūta Loop "Call Me from the Cold" 51 7 1,830 7 14 4
4 Gebrasy "Into Your Arms" 42 6 1,404 6 12 5
5 Justė Kraujelytė "How to Get My Life Back" 37 5 1,164 5 10 6
6 Queens of Roses "Washing Machine" 21 3 1,108 4 7 8
7 Monika Liu "Sentimentai" 84 12 23,604 12 24 1
8 Augustė Vedrickaitė "Before You're 6ft Under" 60 10 4,147 8 18 2

Ratings

Viewing figures by show
Show Date Viewing figures Ref.
Nominal Share
Final 12 February 2022 250,000 10% [19]

At Eurovision

Bergamo was the location of Monika Liu's postcard.
A video postcard introduced Monika Liu's performance in the first semi-final and final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2022. The postcard was filmed in the Italian city of Bergamo and featured virtual projections of Monika across the location.

According to Eurovision rules, all nations with the exceptions of the host country and the "Big Five" (France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom) are required to qualify from one of two semi-finals in order to compete for the final; the top ten countries from each semi-final progress to the final. The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) split up the competing countries into six different pots based on voting patterns from previous contests, with countries with favourable voting histories put into the same pot. On 25 January 2022, an allocation draw was held which placed each country into one of the two semi-finals, as well as which half of the show they would perform in. Lithuania was placed into the first semi-final, to be held on 10 May 2022, and was scheduled to perform in the first half of the show.[20]

Once all the competing songs for the 2022 contest had been released, the running order for the semi-finals was decided by the shows' producers rather than through another draw, so that similar songs were not placed next to each other. Lithuania was set to perform in position 3, following the entry from Latvia and before the entry from Switzerland.[21] Immediately after the close of the first semi-final, a press conference was held in which each of the artists drew the half of the final of which they would perform in. Lithuania was drawn into the second half of the final and was later selected by the EBU to perform in the show in position number 14, following the entry from Germany and before the entry from Azerbaijan.

In Lithuania, all shows were broadcast on LRT televizija and LRT Radijas, with commentary by Ramūnas Zilnys.[22][23] The Lithuanian spokesperson, who announced the top 12-point score awarded by the Lithuanian jury during the final, was Vaidotas Valiukevičius, who previously represented Lithuania in the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 as a part of The Roop.[24][25][26]

Semi-final

Monika Liu took part in technical rehearsals on 3 and 6 May, followed by dress rehearsals on 11 and 12 May. This included the jury show on 11 May where the professional juries of each country watched and voted on the competing entries.

The Lithuanian performance held a retro value and featured Monika Liu solo on stage in the same dress as she wore during the Lithuanian national selection. The performance remained simplistic with a dark and 1970s quality to the lighting, which remained the same throughout. It was revealed before the first semi-final that the Lithuanian delegation could not achieve what they wanted to on stage due to technical issues during the rehearsals.[27]

At the end of the show, Lithuania was announced as having finished in the top 10 and subsequently qualifying for the grand final. This marked the second consecutive qualification to the final for Lithuania. It was later revealed that Monika placed seventh in the semi-final, receiving a total of 159 points: 103 points from the televoting and 56 points from the juries.

Final

Shortly after the first semi-final, a winners' press conference was held for the ten qualifying countries. As part of this press conference, the qualifying artists took part in a draw to determine which half of the grand final they would subsequently participate in. This draw was done in the order the countries appeared in the semi-final running order. Lithuania was drawn to compete in the second half. Following this draw, the shows' producers decided upon the running order of the final, as they had done for the semi-finals. Lithuania was subsequently placed to perform in position 14, following the entry from Germany and before the entry from Azerbaijan.

Monika Liu once again took part in dress rehearsals on 13 and 14 May before the final, including the jury final where the professional juries cast their final votes before the live show. She performed a repeat of her semi-final performance during the final on 14 May. Lithuania placed fourteenth in the final, scoring 128 points: 93 points from the televoting and 35 points from the juries.

Voting

Below is a breakdown of points awarded to Lithuania during the first semi-final and final. Voting during the three shows involved each country awarding two sets of points from 1-8, 10 and 12: one from their professional jury and the other from televoting.[28] The exact composition of the professional jury, and the results of each country's jury and televoting were released after the final; the individual results from each jury member were also released in an anonymised form.[29][30] The Lithuanian jury consisted of Aistė Lasytė, Darius Užkuraitis, Ieva Narkutė, Jurga, and Vaidas Baumila.[29][30] In the first semi-final, Lithuania finished in seventh place out of seventeen entries, marking Lithuania's second consecutive qualification to the grand final. The first semi-final saw Lithuania receive twelve points from Slovenia in the jury vote and from Ukraine public vote. Over the course of the contest, Lithuania awarded its 12 points to Ukraine in both the jury and televote in the first semi-final and the final.[31][32]

Points awarded to Lithuania

Points awarded by Lithuania

Detailed voting results

The following members comprised the Lithuanian jury:[29][30]

Detailed voting results from Lithuania (Semi-final 1)
Draw Country Jury Televote
Juror 1 Juror 2 Juror 3 Juror 4 Juror 5 Average Rank Points Rank Points
01  Albania 13 11 11 16 4 14 16
02  Latvia 7 8 12 5 10 9 2 2 10
03  Lithuania
04   Switzerland 3 3 2 1 1 2 10 8 3
05  Slovenia 15 12 13 15 15 15 14
06  Ukraine 1 2 1 2 3 1 12 1 12
07  Bulgaria 11 9 14 10 11 12 15
08  Netherlands 2 5 5 3 6 3 8 5 6
09  Moldova 8 10 10 11 12 10 1 4 7
10  Portugal 4 4 3 6 4 4 7 3 8
11  Croatia 14 16 11 13 13 13 13
12  Denmark 9 13 6 8 2 6 5 10 1
13  Austria 16 15 15 14 16 16 12
14  Iceland 10 7 9 4 7 7 4 9 2
15  Greece 6 1 4 7 5 5 6 11
16  Norway 5 6 8 9 8 8 3 6 5
17  Armenia 12 14 7 12 9 11 7 4
Detailed voting results from Lithuania (Final)
Draw Country Jury Televote
Juror 1 Juror 2 Juror 3 Juror 4 Juror 5 Average Rank Points Rank Points
01  Czech Republic 16 16 16 23 24 20 22
02  Romania 24 23 24 24 23 24 15
03  Portugal 3 5 3 2 5 3 8 4 7
04  Finland 23 24 19 20 21 23 13
05   Switzerland 4 2 8 8 4 4 7 18
06  France 19 19 20 22 22 22 16
07  Norway 9 20 13 12 14 15 9 2
08  Armenia 21 17 21 9 13 18 19
09  Italy 7 14 5 4 7 7 4 8 3
10  Spain 6 9 11 6 3 6 5 5 6
11  Netherlands 5 3 4 10 9 5 6 10 1
12  Ukraine 1 1 1 1 1 1 12 1 12
13  Germany 8 18 18 11 19 16 14
14  Lithuania
15  Azerbaijan 10 13 10 15 15 13 24
16  Belgium 11 15 15 19 12 17 17
17  Greece 14 21 22 7 8 11 23
18  Iceland 15 4 23 14 10 9 2 20
19  Moldova 18 22 17 21 20 21 6 5
20  Sweden 12 11 6 5 6 8 3 2 10
21  Australia 17 10 9 13 11 12 21
22  United Kingdom 2 7 2 3 2 2 10 7 4
23  Poland 20 12 12 18 16 19 11
24  Serbia 13 8 7 16 18 10 1 12
25  Estonia 22 6 14 17 17 14 3 8

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