The third quarter-final in Lithuania's national Eurovision Song Contest on Saturday saw six more performances advance to the next stage.
In all, 36 performers were competing to represent Lithuania in the Eurovision Song Contest final in Rotterdam on May 12–16.
Half of them have been eliminated over three quarter-final events and the rest advanced to the next stage. The winner will be selected during Lithuania's national Eurovision finale on February 15.
On Saturday, the jury and televoters picked the final six semi-finalists.
The four girls of The Backs – Algė, Berta, Silvija and Eglė – represented Lithuania at Eurovision last year, as back singers to Jury Veklenko. This time, they're competing front and centre with the song Fully.
Vilnius Calling, by Rokas Povilius, is said to be inspired by the classical We Are the Winners, Lithuania's 2006 tongue-in-cheek Eurovision entry that won the country its highest ranking so far.
Actor–Performer Kristina Radžiukynaitė, aka KaYra, won over the audience with Alligator, a song she composed herself.
Evgenya Redko, formerly part of the band Lilas ir Inomine, has been going solo for four years now and is competing with Far. The song is co-written by Rolandas Venckys – aka Inomine.
Aistė Pilvelytė has been Eurovision runner-up more times than she'd probably care to admit. This time, her hopes are pinned on Unbreakable, a song co-written by Thomas G:son whose Euphoria won the 2012 Eurovision.
The Roop too the audience and the jury with On Fire.
The six are joining 12 earlier semi-finalists:
We Came from the Sun by Rūta Loop
My Sound of Silence by Kristina Jure
Somewhere Out There by Alen Chicco
Chemistry (Breaking Free) by Germanas Skoris
The Ocean by Viktorija Miškūnaitė
Make Me Human by Monika Pundziūtė–Monique
If I Leave by Monika Marija
Namų dvasia (Home Spirit) by Baltos Varnos
Tave čia randu (I Find You Here) by Gabrielius Vagelis
Why Why Why by Andy Vaic
Show Ya by Petunija
Drip by Meandi