Despite the many uncertainties Australia is facing during the Covid 19-pandemic, the country has big plans regarding their Eurovision plans in the future. In 2021, there will not be a national final, but the show in Gold Coast will return in 2022.
The United Kingdom selected successful singer-songwriter James Newman as their act for this year’s cancelled contest. But will he return for the struggling Eurovision nation in 2021?
France opted against a national final this year, internally selecting Tom Leeb. However, it has been confirmed that he will not be taking part next year, with France returning to a national final format for 2021. So, how will they shape up in Rotterdam next [read more…]
Eurovision fans may recognise Johnny Manuel as a member of the group Equinox, who represented Bulgaria in 2018 with their entry ‘Bones’. Since then, he has moved to Australia and is now competing on The Voice Australia. Joshua Mayne had a chat with Johnny to discuss [read more…]
In place of a live Eurovision broadcast this year, SBS is hosting ‘Eurovision 2020: Big Night In’ for Australians this Saturday, 16th May. Not only will all forty-one acts from this year be showcased, but they will also be revealed in a countdown decided by [read more…]
After failing to qualify last year, Finland are back with their national final, UMK (Uuden Musiikin Kilpailu). Six artists are taking to the stage, but there is one fan favourite that looks likely to take the crown. All songs are listed below in running order…
Two semi finals later, and we have reached the final for Eesti Laul 2020. Jaagup Tuisk and Uku Suviste are the two big favourites in the lead up to Saturday, but which acts have a shot at representing Estonia at Eurovision?
Evrovizijska Melodija (EMA) is back for 2020, as Slovenia pick the act to represent them in Rotterdam. We preview all the competing songs below…
Belgian band Hooverphonic have announced that they will be singing ‘Release Me’ in Rotterdam.
Armenia are returning to their national final selection process (Depi Evratesil), after internally-selected Srbuk finished 16th in her semi final last year. Since their first participation in 2006, Armenia has only failed to qualify three times, with two of those coming in the last two [read more…]