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The hosts for Sanremo 2024 night four, Amadeus and Lorella Cuccarini - Daniele Venturelli, Getty Images

Last night we saw the remaining 15 acts take to the stage to present their entries for a second time. After a sprinkling of monologues, and a post-midnight energetic Gianni Morandi performance, a top five for the evening was revealed.

Once again, the radio jury and the televote contributed their thoughts, and the top five was as follows:

Sanremo 2024 night three results – Rai

Out of the original top five from Tuesday’s show, yesterday only saw Angelina Mango and Diodato perform. Diodato didn’t place in the end, which means he might not necessarily have the voting power to be a podium contender in final. On the other hand, Angelina Mango won the night, which puts her in a great place knowing she is liked by all three voting categories. Of course, we haven’t seen combined radio jury/televote rankings yet, so it’s all still very much a guessing game.

If you missed any performances, they’re available for viewing on the Rai Youtube channel.

Moving on, tonight is covers night! All thirty acts will perform either an Italian or international song of their choice, and all solo acts are required to perform with a guest. Here’s what you can expect to see from this creative show.

Running order

Current bookmakers frontrunner Angelina Mango is expected to score big tonight performing 16th, covering one of her late father Mango’s songs – Ettore Ferrari / Ansa

Sangiovanni will open the show tonight, performing a medley of his 2022 5th place entry ‘Farfalle‘, and the Spanish version ‘Mariposas‘, alongside Spanish singer Aitana, who you may remember from Spain’s 2018 national final, Operación Triunfo. Renga e Nek will close the show with their medley of each others’ songs.

Past Italian Eurovision competitors are also present tonight, with 2018 entrants Ermal Meta and Fabrizio Moro, 2017’s Francesco Gabbani, and 1987’s Umberto Tozzi all making an appearance, with Ermal Meta and Francesco Gabbani covering their Eurovision entries, ‘Non mi avete fatto niente‘ and ‘Occidentali’s Karma‘ respectfully.

  1. Sangiovanni with Aitana – ‘Farfalle’/’Mariposas’
  2. Annalisa with La Rappresentante Di Lista and Coro Artemia – ‘Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)
  3. Rose Villain with Gianna Nannini – Medley
  4. Gazzelle with Fulminacci – ‘Notte prima degli esami’
  5. The Kolors with Umberto Tozzi – Umberto Tozzi Medley
  6. Alfa with Roberto Vecchioni – ‘Sogna ragazzo sogna’
  7. Bnkr44 with Pino D’Angiò – ‘Ma quale idea’
  8. Irama with Riccardo Cocciante – ‘Quando finisce un amore’
  9. Fiorella Mannoia with Francesco Gabbani – ‘Che sia benedetta’/’Occidentali’s Karma’
  10. Santi Francesi with Skin – ‘Hallelujah’
  11. Ricchi e Poveri with Paola e Chiara – ‘Sarà perché ti amo’/’Mamma Maria’
  12. Ghali with Ratchopper – ‘Italiano vero’ Medley
  13. Clara with Ivana Spagna and Coro Voci Bianche – ‘Il cerchio della vita’
  14. Loredana Bertè with Venerus – ‘Ragazzo mio’
  15. Geolier with Guè, Gigi D’Alessio, and Luchè – ‘Strade’ Medley
  16. Angelina Mango with Quartetto D’Archi Orchestra Di Roma – ‘La rondine’
  17. Alessandra Amoroso with Boomdabash – Medley
  18. Dargen D’Amico with Babelnova Orchestra – Ennio Morricone tribute
  19. Mahmood with Tenores Di Bitti – ‘Come è profondo il mare’
  20. Mr. Rain with Gemelli Diversi – ‘Mary’
  21. Negramaro with Malika Ayane – ‘La canzone del sole’
  22. Emma Marrone with Bresh – Tiziano Ferro Medley
  23. Il Volo with Stef Burns – ‘Who Wants to Live Forever’
  24. Diodato with Jack Savoretti – ‘Amore che vieni, amore che vai’
  25. La Sad with Donatella Rettore – ‘Lamette’
  26. Il Tre with Fabrizio Moro – Fabrizio Moro Medley
  27. BigMama with Gaia, Sissi, and La Niña – ‘Lady Marmalade’
  28. Maninni with Ermal Meta – ‘Non mi avete fatto niente’
  29. Fred De Palma with Eiffel 65 – Eiffel 65 Medley
  30. Renga e Nek – Renga e Nek Medley

Special guests

Jalisse will perform their song ‘Fiumi di parole’ in tonight’s show – Rolling Stone Italia

Tonight’s show is co-hosted by dancer, presenter, singer, and actress Lorella Cuccarini. Eurovision 1997 4th placers Jalisse will perform their entry and Sanremo 1997 winning song ‘Fiumi di parole‘. Elena Sofia Ricci and Margherita Buy will promote the film Volare, and the cast of Mameli – Il ragazzo che sognò l’Italia will promote the miniseries. Moto GP racer Pecco Bagnaia will also make an appearance. Gigi D’Agostino will perform on the Costa Smeralda cruise ship, and Arisa will perform on the Suzuki Stage in Piazza Colombo. As usual, FiorelloFabrizio Biggio, and Alessia Marcuzzi will also appear in connection from the after-show Viva Rai2’s glass box.


Tonight’s vote will be decided by all three voting categories for the first time this year. The press jury and radio jury will each account for 33% of the total, and the televote will make up the remaining 34%. Once again, we will only see the top five of the evening at the end of the show, with the rest of the rankings being hidden from us until tomorrow.

That’s all for tonight’s preview. You can watch the show on Rai 1 or Rai Play from 20:40 CET. It is is scheduled to end at 1:30 CET, but in this morning’s press conference, it was announced that the show is expected to end at 2:00 CET. It will be followed as always by aftershow Viva Rai2 if you want more content.

Who are you rooting for at this point in the competition? Which cover are you most excited to see? Who do you think will win the evening? Let us know!

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