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With the Supernova final coming up, we take a look at the artists we think could be ones to look out for in the final!

Raum – ‘Fake Love’

One of the stand outs from last Saturday, Raum successfully qualified for the final with his song ‘Fake Love’. When taking a look at the genres of the songs within this final, ‘Fake Love’ stands out as one of a kind amongst the rest of the songs. Could this, along with Raum’s clear stage presence, work in the song’s favour on Saturday evening?

Patrisha – ‘Hush’

Patrisha has been a firm fan favourite since the songs were released back in January. On Saturday, her confident performance of ‘Hush‘ elevated the song to the next level – could a repeat of this performance win over the public and jury to take her to the Supernova crown?

Sudden Lights – ‘Aijā’

Currently leading in the YouTube views with 33k views at the time of writing, Sudden Lights seem one of the big favourites to take the Supernova trophy and coveted Eurovision spot this year. The song, which falls between genres of pop and ballad, seems to have struck a chord with many fans, with it being one of the acts most frequently mentioned across social media. Could this be a good indicator of results to come?

Markus Riva – ’Forever’

Described in the semi-final as a “Supernova Super Veteran”, Markus Riva successfully made it to this week’s Supernova grand final with his song ‘Forever‘. With the strong 80s vibes of the track, and Markus’ familiarity with the Supernova stage, could this finally be the year that he takes the Supernova crown and gets the coveted Eurovision spot?

24. Avēnija – ‘You Said’

One act to look out for in this Saturday’s semi final is 24. Avēnija. Potentially an underdog of the competition, the duo were definitely one act to catch the attention during the semi-final. With a catchy, repetitive song and a striking, ESC-ready performance that sticks in the memory, could 24. Avēnija be a shock winner?

The Supernova grand final takes place this “Super Saturday”, 11th February 2023. The grand final running order was announced by LTV on Monday. LTV also announced that 2019 Eurovision winner Duncan Laurence and British-based Latvian singer Elīza Legzdiņa will be guest performers in the final.

Who are you most looking forward to seeing perform again? Who do you think is likely to take the Supernova trophy? Let us know in the comments below and on our Twitter and Instagram!

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