Welcome to the second edition of the PJ Forum Eurovizh Alt-Song Contest! As our founder @NecessaryVoodoo once said: Too long have we had to watch as our favourite songs fall at national selections without getting their moments to flop shine. NO MORE! In this alternate dimension version of the world's most popular annual song contest, we'll be pitting the songs that didn't make it to Tel Aviv Nicoise Salad against each other. There's just one rule: countries taking part will have had some sort of competition with multiple songs and acts that the public have had some say in the result of. No internal selections here. NOTE: Songs that WON their national finals AND actually went to Eurovision are not eligible for this contest. Yes, this means that Siren Song is eligible x The hosts for the 2019 Eurovizh Alt-Song Contest are: The countries eligible for the 2019 Eurovizh Alt-Song Contest are: Spoiler Albania Australia Belarus Croatia Czech Republic Denmark Estonia France Germany Hungary Iceland Italy Latvia Lithuania Moldova Montenegro Norway Portugal Romania Serbia Slovenia Spain Sweden Ukraine United Kingdom *Israel, Georgia and Malta are not eligible, due to the fact the candidate was chosen by the public but not the song. *Like last year, Finland are also not eligible, and just as well, because all three songs were shite. PHASE 1: The first phase of the contest is the selection process. Last year, @NecessaryVoodoo recruited a gaggle of gays to help serve as the international jury to pick out the songs we scored for each country in the final of the contest. This year, I’ve decided to scrap this and just let everyone vote from the jump, bring on the KAOS.mp3. HERE IS THE FORM TO VOTE Please note: As was the case last year, I won't expect you to vote in EVERY country's national selection, so if for instance you've only listened to the songs for Australia, France and Sweden, then you're only obliged to vote for those. Like last year, voting will be happening via the Google form linked above. Voting for this section closes on Sunday 9th June. Once the votes from the jury are tallied, the participating acts for each country will be revealed. PHASE 2: The second phase is the voting process. In time-honoured Eurovision tradition each person will submit a ballot that looks something like: 12 Points: Your favourite song in the contest 10 Points: Your second favourite 8 Points: and so on... 7 Points: 6 Points: 5 Points: 4 Points: 3 Points: 2 Points: 1 Point: Have fun!