The Dutch Eurovision entry is now out, with S10 to sing ‘De Diepte’ at the contest this year. It marks the first time since 2010 that the Eurovision entry from The Netherlands is performed in Dutch.
The German national selection is complete, with Malik Harris winning the ticket to Turin. He will sing ‘Rockstars’ at the contest.
The Montenegrin Eurovision entry is now out, with Vladana set to sing ‘Breathe’ at Eurovision this year. The song premiered in a special broadcast, ‘Montenegro, dodici punti’. Vladana was revealed as the Montenegrin Eurovision representative earlier in the season. Vladana worked with Darko Dimitrov on [read more…]
Azeri broadcaster İctimai Television announced Nadir Rustamli as their Eurovision representative this year.
The Finnish Eurovision selection is complete, with The Rasmus set to represent the nation in Turin this year. The group will sing ‘Jezebel’ at the contest.
The Australian national selection is complete, with Sheldon Riley receiving the most points overall. Sheldon will now represent Australia in Turin with the song Not The Same.
The EBU issued a statement regarding the participation of Russia at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. The European Broadcasting Union will not allow to take part in this year’s contest.
After the withdrawal of Alina Pash, Ukrainian broadcaster UA:PBC announced that Kalush Orchestra will represent Ukraine at Eurovision this year. The group will sing ‘Stefania’ in the first semi-final on May 10th.
The Maltese national selection is complete, with Emma Muscat chosen to represent the nation with ‘Out of Sight’.
The Polish selection is complete, with the next Eurovision representative decided. Out of 10 acts, Krystian Ochman rose to the top with his song ‘River’.