Now that the dust clouds have settled in, it is time to look at how Australia has fared at the Eurovision Song Contest 2017. Who voted for us, and what were the differences between the semi final and the grand final?
Isaiah Firebrace will represent Australia at the Eurovision Song Contest. The winner of X-Factor Australia has been selected internally by broadcaster SBS to sing the song ‘Don’t Come Easy’.
Australia’s best talents come together for the Australia Day concert at the Sydney Opera House. This includes the likes of Dami Im and Guy Sebastian who both represented Australia at the Eurovision Song Contest!
Lead songwriter of Francesca Michielin’s Sanremo entry ‘Nessun Grado di Separazione’ has confirmed that it will in fact be the Italian entry in Stockholm. On her Facebook page, upcoming artist and songwriter Federica Abbate claimed that the song will go with Francesca to Eurovision.
In this series of articles we explain to you how ESCDaily.com works and why we do things the way we do them. The first editorial is about our roots and reason of existence: Finding the Australian angle.
ESC Daily gave away a signed copy of Bella Paige’s CD to the person who could closest predict the result of the JESC 2015 final. And the winner is… Jack!
Breaking News: Australian broadcaster SBS has today confirmed via twitter that Australia is in fact the ‘mystery’ 41st country in the Eurovision Song Contest 2016.
The Cyprus Broadcasting Corporation has decided to internally select Minus One for Eurovision 2016, to be held. The popular rock group will have the honour of representing the island nation in Stockholm.
Early this morning, SBS has revealed that 13-year old Isabella ‘Bella Paige’ Yoseski will represent Australia on debut in Junior Eurovision.