Tonight is the night where twenty five songs, twenty five artists and twenty five nations battle it our to be this years Eurovision winner and therefore have the right to be next years host. So, who will it be? Who will win? There is no [read more…]
Yesterday several reports surfaced in the Armenian media that Eva Rivas will be joined on stage by legendary Armenian musician Jivan Gasparian.
After an exhausting overnight flight and an extra plain being sent from Oslo to pick up ALyosha, Ukrainian entry to the Eurovision 2010, and her team, the singer had her first busy day. Being alone on stage petite singer rocked Telenor Arena with the power [read more…]
Safura’s first rehearsal became a true artistic discovery for the Eurovision fans and journalists who got the first glimpse of the previously unseen stage performance created for the Azerbaijani artist by Beyonce’s choreographer JaQuel Knight.
Welcome to escdaily.com’s first live day of press conference coverage from Oslo. Today there are eight countries rehearsing and we’ll bring you the following press interviews as quickly as possible. Today we will bring you the press conference coverage from Moldova, Russia, Estonia, Slovakia, Finland, [read more…]
Australian broadcaster of Eurovision, SBS ONE, has once again planned a huge coverage of Eurovision to celebrate the upcoming 2010 edition. There will be a total of seven shows broadcasted by SBS this year; 2x Countdown to Eurovision, the A-Z of Eurovision (SBS show), JESC [read more…]
This evening, at the Eurovision concert in the Netherlands the UK representative, Josh Dubovie performed his song ‘That Sounds Good To Me’ for the first time since winning the National final last month. Tonight was the first opportunity for the public to hear the final, [read more…]
The construction for this year’s Eurovision Song Contest stage has finally begun. The annual Eurovision Diary website which is set up by M & M Production Management today opened its blog and notified readers that construction had started to take place.