Estonia’s Eurovision selection show Eesti Laul reaches it’s climax tonight where we will find out which artist will be the Estonian representative in the Eurovision Song Contest 2015. The television audience’s votes combined with the votes of a professional jury will decide tonight’s winner.
Tonight is the night that Austria kicks off their selection process for Eurovision 2015. Who will succeed Conchita Wurst as the Austrian representative in the Eurovision Song Contest? Tonight we will be introduced to sixteen of this year’s hopefuls.
Last week ESCDaily brought you live coverage from the first semifinal of Eesti Laul, the Estonian national selection show for Eurovision 2015 and this week we’re back to cover the second semifinal in Estonia.
The five songs entering into the Irish national final Eurosong 2015 have just premiered this evening on the Ray D’Arcy show on RTE Radio 1 and we’ve now got the official low down on everything from this year’s Irish selection.
Tonight’s epic line-up of Eurovision selection shows continues with the first semifinal of Eesti Laul, the Estonian national final for Eurovision 2015. Ten artists will perform tonight and the top five, decided by a 50/50 jury/televoting split, will earn a place in the grand final on February [read more…]
Nikki Kavanagh will most likely participate in the Irish selection show for Eurovision 2015. The Irish final will take place later this month and speculation has already begun as to which five artists will be taking part this year. However, a mix up on Instagram [read more…]
This morning, German broadcaster NDR produced the list of ten participating artists being presented in the Club Concert stage of the selection process Unser Song für Österreich. The winner of the Club Concert will be invited as the wildcard to the grand final of the competition on [read more…]
Today Swedish public broadcaster SVT released the first images of what the stage will look like for Melodifestivalen 2015. It’s been revealed that this year’s stage will be the largest stage in the history of Melodifestivalen.
After two exciting semifinals held earlier this week, tonight we see the final of the Albanian Festivali i Këngës which will decide who will represent Albania at the Eurovision Song Contest 2015. Eighteen artists have qualified for tonight’s final and the show is being broadcast live [read more…]
In this new rubric at ESC Daily, we will take a look at next years Eurovision Song Contest. What can we expect from each participating country? In today’s preview we will feature the plans in Austria.