Eurovision rehearsals will kick off in just two weeks, but the preparations for Australia’s Jessica Mauboy are not done yet. “The moment I hit ground in Lisbon, we will continue our work,” she tells ESCDaily.
The preliminary schedule for the rehearsal week for the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 has been leaked online. The rehearsals will start on Sunday the 29th of April, with ten countries appearing on stage on the very first day. Australia has its first rehearsal on Tuesday [read more…]
Host Broadcaster RTP announced that the Eurovision Village, located at Terreiro do Paço, will open on the 4th of May. The central Eurovision hub in town will open its gates every day until the day of the Grand Final, 12th of May, from 10:00 in [read more…]
The first live performance of ‘Bones’, the song that Equinox will perform for Bulgaria at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018, has received a warm reception. However, to be really successful in Lisbon, they should stage the group like a natural harmonic group, says professional gambler [read more…]
The successful artistic director Sacha Jean-Baptiste will create the staging performance for Jessica Mauboy’s “We Got Love”, the song that will represent Australia in Lisbon at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018.
Now that we have the running order for the first semi final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2018, the bookmakers have made up their mind.
The bookmakers currently have Australia as one of the top qualifiers from the second semi final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2018. Jessica Mauboy is listed as one of their top-ten acts
Each country knows their starting slot at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018. The European Broadcasting Union and the host broadcaster RTP have announced the running order for both semi finals of the upcoming contest.
Estonia is one of the main favourites to win the Eurovision Song Contest 2018, according to the bookmakers. Could it be that an opera song wins the contest in Lisbon? We take a look at the past to answer that question in this editorial.
All 43 delegations have handed over the official Eurovision versions of their songs for the contest in Lisbon to the European Broadcasting Union. The EBU have bundled these entries and published recaps on their YouTube account.