Tonight, the tight-lipped BBC will present the United Kingdom’s entry for the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest in Copenhagen. Radio DJ and Eurovision semifinal commentator Scott Mills will host the show which will be broadcast on the BBC’s Red Button service.
After what can only be described as an “all over the place” national final, Azerbaijan have finally selected their Eurovision entry and the winner is Dilara Kazimova. Dilara beat off competition from Khana Hasanova and Elkin Osmanli to win the ticket to Copenhagen.
Tonight last year’s runner up Azerbaijan will select their Eurovision entry for Copenhagen through the television show Böyük Səhnə. The selection process has been going on for months with over 250 artists applying this year and the final 14 taking an intensive vocal training regime to perfect [read more…]
Mira Quién Va A Eurovisión took place tonight in Barcelona in Spain and after a very close voting result, it was Ruth Lorenzo with the song Dancing in the Rain that won the right to represent Spain at Eurovision 2014 in Copenhagen.
The time has come for Spain to select their Eurovision entry through the television show Mira Quién Va A Eurovisión. Tonight one of the five potential Spanish artists will win their ticket straight to the final of Eurovision 2014 in Copenhagen.
This evening Iceland decided that the band Pollapönk with the song Enga fordóma (No prejudices) will fly the Icelandic flag at Eurovision in Copenhagen after winning the final of Söngvakeppnin 2014. The punk rock influenced group faced tough competition in the national final from Sigríður Eyrún Friðriksdóttir but ultimately prevailed [read more…]
The final of Söngvakeppnin 2014 is upon us and tonight we will see Iceland select their entry for Eurovision 2014 in Copenhagen in May. Ragnhildur Steinunn Jónsdóttir and Guðrún Dís Emilsdóttir will again be our hosts for the evening and tonight the show will be coming live from [read more…]
Tonight, the first semi final of Söngvakeppnin 2014 will take place at RÚV TV Studios in Iceland. Five semi finalists will be competing for two places in the grand final on the 15th of February. Ragnhildur Steinunn Jónsdóttir and Guðrún Dís Emilsdóttir will be our hosts for the night.