The United Kingdom will likely host Eurovision 2023. Given the ongoing war in Ukraine, it is impossible for the winning broadcaster UA:PBC to host the contest. Therefore, the EBU has confirmed that it will continue talks with BBC.
Thomas has won the ESCDaily Eurovision prediction contest 2022. He gathered the most points combined over both semi finals and the Grand Final, without winning one of those shows. Freek made the best prediction in the Grand Final and finished in second place.
Ukraine has won the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest. The band Kalush Orchestra was ranked 4th in the jury vote, however they won the televote by a historical score of 439 points. Team ESCDaily discusses Ukraine’s special victory in our Eurovision podcast.
Azerbaijan has qualified for the Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2022 despite getting only 0 points from televoters. This has become clear from the split results of the Eurovision Song Contest Semi Final 2. Nadir Rustamli finished 6th in the jury vote with [read more…]
Ukraine has won the first semi final of the Eurovision Song Contest. In the semi, Kalush Orchestra won the televote by a landslide 202 points. Televoters put Ronela Hajati from Albania in their top 10, but juries prevented her from qualifying. All of this has [read more…]
Chanel speaks about the link between feminism and her highly sexualized performance in Eurovision 2022. She will sing her song “SloMo” in the Eurovision Grand Final tonight.
Serbia has a Eurovision 2022 song with very interesting lyrics. Singer Konstrakta is also really popular in Serbia and surrounding countries. But what is her Eurovision song “In Corpore Sano” really about?
Sam Ryder wants to give a good performance with his song “Space Man” in the Eurovision Grand Final. However, he knows that this is not the most important part. “You can get fooled into thinking that it is the main goal. But it is actually [read more…]
Ukraine’s Eurovision 2022 participant Kalush Orchestra does not like to talk about the war too much. They rather focus on promoting Ukranian music all throughout Europe.
Sheldon Riley will sing “Not the same” for Australia in the Grand Final of Eurovision 2022. In his performance, he wears a face mask which he takes of towards the end of the performance. At his Eurovision press conference he told ESCDaily why.