While the Hungarian broadcaster has been giving Eurovision itself a wide berth since they quit the contest ahead of last year’s edition, their national selection A Dal has been reborn as a national song contest, promoting Hungarian language music in the country and providing cash prizes for the finalists.

Last night, the final of the competition took place with eight acts participating, who had made it to this point following seven weeks of heats and semi-finals;

  1. Swing à la Django & Sára Herrer ft. Lajos Sárközi – Maradok
  2. Petra Katona – Viszlát Múlt
  3. Jonathan Andelic – Áldom
  4. BariLaci – Féltelek.
  5. Gigi Radics – Egy vagy velem
  6. Mudfield – Nincsen szerencsém
  7. Zsolt Süle – Befúj
  8. Kaukázus – Egyetlen szó

With a combination of jury and televoting, the winner was decided, with Kaukázus taking the top prize of 10 million Hungarian forint.

#YOU can hear the winning song below. In a hypothetical world, how would this have done for Hungary in Rotterdam?

What do #YOU think of the winning song of A Dal? Do #YOU hope to see Hungary return to Eurovision in 2022? Share your thoughts with us on our forum HERE or join the discussion below and on social media!

Load More Related Articles
Load More By Sean Tarbuck
Load More In 2021

Leave a Reply

Check Also

Ireland return to The Late Late Show for Eurovision 2022

RTÉ have begun their process for Eurovision 2022 earlier than usual, and have this Friday …