The full results of Una Voce per San Marino have been revealed by Sammarinese broadcaster RTV San Marino. The company has also confirmed that the selection process will return next year.
Una Voce per San Marino – and Europe!
Hundreds of contestants from across Europe and beyond applied to be the voice of San Marino for Eurovision 2022 and, after a gruelling selection, Achille Lauro won the ticket to Turin.
Now, RTV San Marino has released the full results of the national final, showing that Lauro was only one point ahead of second-placed Burak Yeter and Alessandro Coli.
The final results of Una Voce per San Marino 2022 were:
|Burak Yeter ft. Alessandro Coli||“More Than You”||40||2nd|
|Spagna||“Seriously in Love”||37||4th|
|Matteo Faustini||“L’ultima parola”||35||5th =|
|Francesco Monte||“Mi ricordo di te (Adrenalina)”||35||5th =|
|Camille Cabaltera||“Move ‘Em Like You Never Did”||34||7th =|
|Vina Rose||“Sweet Denial”||34||7th =|
|Deshedus ft. Tony Cicco and Alberto Fortis||“Sono un uomo”||33||9th =|
|Fabry & Labiuse ft. Miodio||“Blu”||31||11th =|
|Elena & Francesco Faggi||“Nothing Can Blow Me Out”||31||11th =|
|Cristina Ramos||“Heartless Game”||31||11th =|
|Valerio Scanu||“Io credo”||31||11th =|
|Kurt Cassar||“Tears of Gold”||30||16th|
|Alessia Labate||“World Falls Down”||27||17th =|
As a result, Achille will represent San Marino in Eurovision 2022 with his song “Stripper”. You can listen to the song below:
Making a return
In addition to revealing the full results of this year’s edition, RTV San Marino announced the selection would return in 2023. In a press conference following Lauro’s victory, San Marino’s Secretary of State Federico Pedini Amati said:
[RTV San Marino] will not stop here. Next year, the show will be even bigger. But for now, it’s time to celebrate Achille, who will represent us in Turin.Federico Pedini Amati, Secretary of State for San Marino
Specific details of how interested artists can apply to perform in next year’s show will be revealed in due course.
San Marino’s Eurovision journey
As one of the smallest countries in Europe, San Marino made its debut in the competition in 2008 with Miodio and the song “Complice”. Since then they have participated in the competition 11 times (3 of which where they qualified for the Grand Final), and their best result was in 2019, with Serhat and “Say Na Na Na”.
Their recent participation saw them being represented by Senhit (who represented them in 2011, and was set to represent them in 2020), with the song “Adrenalina”. On her performance in Rotterdam, she was joined by American rapper Flo Rida, where San Marino qualified consecutively qualified for the Grand Final, for a second time. Overall, San Marino placed 22nd Overall, receiving 50 points from the Jury and Televoters.
What do you make of the final results in San Marino? Should someone else have won the selection? Are you excited to see Una Voce per San Marino come back next year? As always, let us know what you think by commenting below. Also, be sure to follow ‘That Eurovision Site’ on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for more San Marino Eurovision news.
News Source: RTV San Marino
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