Saara Aalto Releases “Queens” The Third And Final Song For UMK Which Could Become Her Eurovision 2018 Song

All three Saara Aalto UMK songs are out now. The third track, “Queens”, was released this week. It follows on from “Monsters” and “Domino“. The big question is which song will the Finnish people choose for her to sing at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018.

Saara Aalto will perform all three songs during the Finland national final show, titled Uuden Musiikin Kilpailu, on 3 March 2018. It will be hosted by Eurovision 2013 Finland representative Krista Siegfrids and Finnish TV host Mikko Silvennoinen. The song that wins will be determined by votes from the public and votes from an international jury panel.

“Queens” is the third and final song from Saara Aalto. It was written by Farley Arvidsson, Charlie Walshe, Tom Aspaul, and Saara Aalto. The music video was directed by Alex Herron. We’ll soon know which song will represent Finland at Eurovision 2018. Saara Aalto was previously announced as the representative on 7 November 2017.

Watch The Music Video For Saara Aalto’s “Queens” Here:

This track is a sure-fire hit, much like “Monsters” is. We reckon that all three songs have a good chance of winning UMK, although the big question is whether she can win Eurovision. She has come second, twice, in Finland’s national selection shows in 2011 and 2016. She then came second on the UK talent show The X Factor, series 13. She joked that she may come second at Eurovision, which could also be a possibility, with the right song.

What do you make of Saara Aalto’s “Queens”? Will it give her the crown next Saturday and possibly win the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 in May? Time will tell. Let us know all your thoughts on Twitter @CelebMix.

Written by Jonathan Currinn

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