There are no artists with a history as lead artist at the Eurovision Song Contest in the line-up for the Albanian preselection Festivali i Këngës 57. The annual competition will take place between the 20th and 22nd of December.
After many good results in recent years and probably another qualification for the final to come, Australia deserves a permanent spot at the Eurovision Song Contest. This believes Anita Maratheftis from Eurovision Union, an Australian journalist who is covering Eurovision in Lisbon.
More than ever the Eurovision Song Contest is all about the performer and their charisma, now that we don’t see many visual power and LED-screens. According to Daniel Gould in our latest podcast episode of Daily Coffee, it is a Eurovision Star Contest this year.
“Don’t do anything stupid”. That’s the advice the doctors gave to the Czech delegation when they allowed Mikolas Josef to leave the hospital this week.
All 18 participating acts in ‘Destination Eurovision’, the French national preselection for the Eurovision Song Contest 2018, have been confirmed by broadcaster France2. Among the participants is one artist with Australian roots: Malo’.
In almost five months time, the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest will be upon us. And as good as the event already is, there are still some slight changes we could make to the competition, writes the Australian journalist Joshua Mayne.
After it being confirmed that Australia will be competing in Kiev next year, now comes the hard part. SBS has to select one artist to represent the country at Eurovision 2017. Australia has a wealth of broad talent, but Australian journalist Joshua Mayne narrows it [read more…]
“You know something, originally, I was hoping to be as last as I could,” says Zena Donnelly from Ireland, who was drawn to be the opening act of Sunday’s final. “I had this notion that being last would be easier. But now I’m so delighted [read more…]
Dunja Jeličić is only 12 years old, but already has a bright idea about her future. “If I can’t be a singer, I will at least still work in the music industry,” she tells ESC Daily.
The three girls of Kisses have told ESC Daily in an interview, which you can see below, that they are having a great time in Malta, representing The Netherlands at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2016. “Everybody is helping us a lot.”