The Armenian Public TV has stopped accepting songs for Eurovision 2019. The broadcaster says it has received more than 300 submissions from Armenia and abroad.
Srbuk, who will represent Armenia at Eurovision Song Contest 2019, has thanked all authors, saying that she had been waiting impatiently for their songs.
“Some songs have already become dear to me, and we have to choose one of them,” Srbuk said.
She added that the team needs time to make a final choice and present the selected song to the audience.
The 64th Eurovision Song Contest will be taking place at the Expo Tel Aviv (International Convention Center) in Israel on Tuesday 14, Thursday 16 and Saturday 18 May 2019.
The 2018 Eurovision Song Contest, hosted in Lisbon, Portugal, saw Netta Barzilai crowned the winner with Toy; the Billboard chart-topping dance track written by Doron Medalie and Stav Beger.