WorldVision Song Contest 100
The Show Must Go On!
|Date||18th July 2022|
|Directed by||Filip Bartolomeó &|
|Executive Supervisors||WorldVision Committee|
|Executive Producers||Alešandrë Kasini|
|Opening Act||Dafne Maržanu - "Tonight Tonight"|
|Website||WorldVision 100: Monterra, Kalosia|
|Final number of Entries||TBA|
|Returning Nations||Adab Antahbrantahstan Besen, Electrum, Electrum Diplomatic Offices, Ethane, Ikslund, Llalta, Moorland, Quebec and Shingoryeo, Saviera, Zwanngzug|
|Non-returning Nations||Estogium, Îles D'La Manche, Illdonya, Iqq NWBTHT, Kasanova-Koratica, Linnebourg, These American States|
|Voting system||Each national jury awards their top 10 points, from 12, 10, 8-1. A proportional televote is then given out amounting to the same total as the jury.|
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The WorldVision Song Contest 100 is the forthcoming centennial edition of the WorldVision Song Contest. The contest will be organised by the International Broadcasting Alliance (IBA), alongside the host broadcaster RTVK in Monterra, Kalosia. Todlichebujoku won the competition with Almatsi Mustonen's "Quarter to Two". It is the nation's 8th victory after previously winning in 32, 36, 43, 56, 66, 77, and 79. It is also the first time they won for 21 editions. The podium is concluded by Britonisea and Izmedu, earning second and third place respectively.
Coincidentally, this is the first time in 50 editions that a song performed first won the competition, where the same occasion happened, more coincidentally, also in Monterra.
Four countries bid to host the 100th edition of the WorldVision Song Contest, with cities from Kalosia, Britonisea, Placely Placington and Caryton submitting numerous bids to host the centennial edition. Representatives from Monterra, a city in the Kostë Ženovesë municipality presented their bid to hold the contest at the Arenë Mediteranika venue, a 22,000 capacity arena which had recently undergone renovations to expand internal space and renovate areas of the venue. The broadcaster RTVK announced that the contest bid will include moving to the Arenë Mediteranika venue as opposed to the Monterra Concert Hall, which previously hosted the contest three times.
Several locations in Britonisea also expressed interest by bidding for the contest. Kitsune Arena, Arena de Banques and The Grand Hall submitted their bids to the national broadcaster BITC in hosting the centennial edition of the WorldVision Song Contest, and was decided not soon after that the Grand Hall in Deportedas would be the bid that the broadcaster would choose to represent to host the WorldVision Song Contest provided that the Britonish bid would win the bidding phase.
Caryton announced their own interest at hosting the contest in Schuftsburg, Caryton. A town with a population of 29,059 in Arden County in a custom designed center made for the hosting of the contest.
The final hosting nation was announced on the 27th of June, with Monterra, Kalosia winning the bidding process with 230 points, followed by Doportedas, Britonisea in second place with 222 points. Due to BTV expressing no interest in hosting the special edition of WorldVision of WorldVision 100, Schuftsburg, Caryton became the host city of the WorldVision 100 special edition, which was a contest welcoming past entries to perform again for a second chance.
Key: † Host city
|Doportedas||Britonisea||The Grand Hall||02||222|
The WorldVision Committee announced that due to the number of interested nations who announced their interest to participate - 73 - they would hold semi-finals for the first time in WorldVision history if more than 38 entries were actually submitted. 59 entries were submitted, meaning there is a semi-final of 22 nations, one of 23 nations with six automatic qualifiers.
The first semi-final took place on 19 July 2022 at 21:00 (CEST). 22 nations competed in this semi-final. Those countries plus Polkopia, Elejamie and Carrelie voted in this semi-final.
|01||Saviera||Song Contest Troupe||WorldVision!||22||12||Eliminated|
|02||Flusia||Anya Werner||Nights are Long||7||159||Qualified|
|03||Ertzei Kishim||Melis Bileh||קרב באש (Fight In The Fire)||2||271||Qualified|
|06||Tödlichebujoku||Almatsi Mustonen||Quarter To Two||1||290||Qualified|
|08||Crustyland||Beatbox Sunset||It's Time to Go Insane||16||87||Eliminated|
|11||Ikslund||Elektra Stryke and Bernadette Ainsdoter||Kiss My Ass!||20||63||Eliminated|
|13||Alezian Union||Andi FM||So Why?||11||123||Qualified|
|15||Pemecutan||Ayu Laksmi||Menanti Datangmu||6||176||Qualified|
|16||Achaean Republic||La Vieja Noche||Orgulloso Estoy||8||156||Qualified|
|17||Te Ika-a-Māui me Te Waipounamu||NGĀ TOĀKANA||Tāngata Whenua||14||99||Eliminated|
|18||Waisnor||Virgin Marina||Uvidet' svet||5||203||Qualified|
|20||Filshia||Sandra||Don't Know 'bout That||19||65||Eliminated|
|21||The Hlhata States||Juniar||ERA||10||130||Qualified|
|22||Electrum Diplomatic Offices||Gertrude Pullman||The Truth||17||72||Eliminated|
The second semi-final took place on 21 July 2022 at 21:00 (CEST). 23 nations competed in this semi-final. Those countries plus reigning champion Britonisea, Malta Comino Gozo and host nation Kalosia voted in this semi-final.
|01||Dentricia||Amélie Genamman & Générätiçés||En Àlésoîse||19||32|
|02||Placely Placington||Placely Placington||Worldvision 100!||22||5|
|03||Beepee||Norma Deen||Upside Down||6||183|
|04||Aenglide||Jetlelvolka||Love In The Wind||10||176|
|07||Vartugia||teilo namelinomalinen||The Pain of Representing Vartugia||21||8|
|09||Titaniumland||Elle Janiak||Sight of You||1||259|
|10||Fatimanian Federation||Elena Marie Cuesta||An Forbidden War (Zakázaná vojna)||23||2|
|11||Erie-Arcadia of Wombats||Arboretum ft. Rose Hammond||monorails||8||180|
|12||Zwangzug||Ghoti Scales||Band from Zwischen||20||23|
|13||Electrum||Break The System||Supernova||12||171|
|14||Spiritual Republic of Caryton||Latanya Anderson||Shimmer Stars||3||225|
|15||Moorland||Saint||Masterpieces of Me||11||172|
|16||South Batoko||Raya||Өрти любаван||13||123|
|17||Izmedu||Monika Gracin||The Promise||2||231|
|19||Togonistan||Titan Fang||Vampires Are Alive||4||204|
|21||Ethane||Amy Coulter||I Hide & I Hide||9||178|
|22||Llalta||Hana Uemura||Apex of the New World||5||190|
|23||Quebec & Shingoryeo||Evermore and Louise||언제나 하나 (Always, One)||7||182|
|01||Tödlichebujoku||Almatsi Mustonen||Quarter To Two||1||392|
|02||Waisnor||Virgin Marina||Uvidet' svet||12||220|
|03||Erie-Arcadia of Wombats||arboretum ft. Rose Hammond||monorails||18||200|
|04||Flusia||Anya Werner||Nights are Long||24||142|
|05||Achaean Republic||La Vieja Noche||Orgulloso Estoy||25||135|
|06||Polkopia||Viktoriya Akšan||Wish You Well||9||240|
|08||Llalta||Hana Uemura||Apex of the New World||22||155|
|09||Ertzei Kishim||Melis Bileh||קרב באש (Fight In The Fire)||5||270|
|12||Pemecutan||Ayu Laksmi||Menanti Datangmu||23||143|
|13||Titaniumland||Elle Janiak||Sight of You||7||263|
|14||Beepee||Norma Deen||Upside Down||21||162|
|15||Moorland||Saint||Masterpieces of Me||16||208|
|16||Spiritual Republic of Caryton||Latanya Anderson||Shimmer Stars||19||198|
|17||Ethane||Amy Coulter||I Hide & I Hide||26||133|
|18||Alezian Union||Andi FM||So Why?||28 ▼||66|
|20||Quebec & Shingoryeo||Evermore and Louise||언제나 하나 (Always, One)||17||203|
|21||Togonistan||Titan Fang||Vampires Are Alive||8||242|
|23||Izmedu||Monika Gracin||The Promise||3||297|
|24||Elejamie||Los Hermanos Bailarines||Fama||10||225|
|25||Malta Comino Gozo||Glen Ferguson and Kartha Gewart||Take It From A Man Who Knows||14||217|
|26||Aenglide||Jetlelvolka||Love In The Wind||13||218|
|27||Carrelie||Isabeau Laurite||Ta Chanson||11||221|
|28||The Hlhata States||Juniar||ERA||27||119|
During preparations for the upcoming WorldVision Song Contest, reports rose that the Plangainerian participant for Worldvision had been involved in an vehicular collision in Monterra, Kalosia. The national public broadcaster Alternative International Media (AIM) revealed that while the participant and the individuals involved in the accident only sustained minor injuries, the broadcaster was found fit to announce a mandatory pause on preparations of the Plangainerian act for the contest.
Later on the 4th of July, the broadcaster announced that due to the conditions of her injuries, she would not be fit to represent Plangainer and thus had resulted in the broadcaster announcing the withdrawal from the contest. The majority of Plangainerian outlets had picked up on the incident, including the Plangainerian Head of Senate.