John Lundvik has won Melodifestivalen 2019 and will sing “Too Late For Love” for Sweden at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019. He won the Swedish competition by a landslide victory, taking all (!) the available points from the international jury.
The song that superstar Sergey Lazarev will perform on behalf of Russia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 is called ‘Scream’. Check out the ballad, composed by a familiar dream team, in this article.
RTÉ has revealed that Sarah McTernan, who came third in The Voice of Ireland in 2015, will represent Ireland in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. The Irish song is called ’22’.
The song ‘Limits’ by Paenda has been released by Austrian broadcaster ORF. You can now listen to the song that represents Austria at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019.
This Saturday, Sweden picks their act for the Eurovision Song Contest 2019. It is time for the grand final of Melodifestivalen 2019. Here is our big Melfest 2019 preview.
Broadcaster AVROTROS has just announced that Duncan Laurence will perform the song ‘Arcade’ in Tel Aviv. The song was performed for the first time on national television in The Netherlands in the show DWDD.
In collaboration with songfestival.be we give you an overview of all the results of the past weekend. On this Monday Night you see the ranking of many finals for the Eurovision Song Contest 2019.
This Saturday, starting at 22:00 CET, the grand final of the Festival da Canção 2019 takes place in Portugal. Eight artists take part and aim to represent their country in Tel Aviv at Eurovision 2019.
In what appears to be a two-horse race in Iceland this weekend, there is a techno and punk rock group called Hatari, who hope to come up with a shock victory at Söngvakeppnin 2019. Can they come out victorious, or will it be the expected [read more…]
The group KEiiNO is the big favourite to win the MGP 2019 final and represent Norway at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019. Their song ‘Spirit in the sky’ is having the best odds with the bookmakers, followed by Eurovision 2015-artist Mørland and Adrian Jørgensen.