On Saturday the 24th of February, seven artists will compete in the final of Supernova in Latvia, to win the Latvian ticket to the Eurovision Song Contest 2018. Markus Riva tried to go to Eurovision a couple of times before. Will this Saturday become his [read more…]
Laura Rizzotto and Lauris Valters are the last two qualifiers for the final of Supernova 2018 in Latvia. They will join five other candidates in the final next week, to determine who will sing for Latvia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018.
Ieva Zasimauskaitė remains one of the top favourites to represent Lithuania at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018. Just like in the first heat, she won heat 6 of Eurovizijos and is through to the next round of the competition with the song “When We’re Old”.
Another packed Saturday night, with nine shows which will all follow for you in this liveblog. At the end of the evening, we will have another entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2018, from Montenegro.
After the first two shows in San Marino, the eleven candidates to go to Eurovision 2018 have narrowed down their available songs. All artists sang two acoustic songs and a jury choose which song remains in the running.
The Greek broadcaster ERT has announced the 36-year old Gianna Terzi as their representative at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018. She will perform the song ‘Oneiro Mou’ (My Dream) in Lisbon for Greece.
The duo Eye Cue will sing for FYR Macedonia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 in Lisbon. Their song ‘Lost and Found’ will premiere later this Eurovision season.
Early November, Saara Aalto announced that she will represent Finland at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018.On the 3rd of March, she will sing three songs: ‘Monsters’, ‘Domino’ and ‘Queens’. One of these songs will be the Finnish entry in Lisbon.
Croatian broadcaster HRT has made an internal selection and decided to send Franka Batelić to the Eurovision Song Contest 2018. She previously tried to represent Croatia in 2009, and will now sing the song ‘Crazy’ in Lisbon.
Paradise Oskar, who sang for Finland at the Eurovision Song Contest 2011, is on the list in Germany, as the co-composer of one of the six songs in the final in Germany for Eurovision 2018. He composed the song ‘Jonah’ for Xavier Darcy.