This year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest is quickly approaching, with the contest to be held on the 24th of November at the Gliwice Arena in Gliwice-Silesia, Poland. This is the first time the contest will be held in Poland, and the show will be hosted [read more…]
Earlier in the Junior Eurovision season, it was announced that Jordan Anthony would represent Australia at Junior Eurovision this year. Now, the song that he will perform has been released and is titled ‘We Will Rise.’
The Danish national broadcaster DR have now announced that Dansk Melodi Grand Prix will be used to select the Danish Eurovision act, however the public will now have more influence.
Australian broadcaster ABC have now announced that Jordan Anthony will represent the nation at Junior Eurovision this year, set to be held in Gliwice-Silesia, Poland. The 14-year-old singer rose to fame on the recent season of the Voice Australia, where he was the youngest performer [read more…]
After a successful debut year for Australia Decides, broadcaster SBS and production partner Blink TV have now announced that the national selection will be returning in 2020.
Since their return to the contest, Italy has remained a strong competitor at the contest, and more often than not, we see Italy somewhere within the Top 10. This year was no exception, with Mahmood finishing in 2nd place with his song, Soldi.
Switzerland’s success at Eurovision is few and far between, and despite their efforts to turn their luck around, the nation often struggled to determine what would make a successful Eurovision package. With a renewed selection strategy, Switzerland proved that it was possible to turn things [read more…]
After Australia’s first result out of the Top 10 in 2018, the nation has returned to form with Kate Miller-Heidke and her divisive entry, Zero Gravity. The entry confidently topped the semi-final voting, however finished in 9th place in the final.
Iceland’s longest non-qualification streak is now over, with their most radical entry proving to be a massive hit with the public. Representatives Hatari not only helped to break the non-qualification streak, but also gave Iceland a Top 10 finish which Iceland had not achieved since [read more…]
Georgia have confirmed their participation in next year’s contest, as well as confirming Georgian Idol as their national final format for 2020.