Israel will perform 14th in the Grand Final of the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest. As the producers of the show determine the running order of the Grand Final, their running order position is traditionally drawn during the Heads of Delegation meeting.
More than a dozen countries choose their Eurovision 2019 song this weekend. Have you lost track of it all? Then read back on all the announcements from the past few days!
Tonight, Sweden picks the song & singer for Eurovision 2019. It is time for the grand final of Melodifestivalen 2019. Who will represent Sweden in Tel Aviv?
Switzerland will be represented by Luca Hänni. The title of the Swiss song at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 is ‘She Got Me’.
KEiiNO has won Melodi Grand Prix 2019 with “Spirit in the Sky”. The band will represent Norway in the Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv.
Time for yet another big Preselection Saturday. With 5 national finals and the famous Andra Chansen in Sweden, Eurovision fans do not want to miss any of the action tonight! Thankfully, you do not have to go far. ESCDaily covers everything in one convenient blog.
Originally, Ukraine and its broadcaster UA:PBC planned to take part in the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv. They organized a national selection called Vidbir, where the winner could represent Ukraine. However, after the final, things unraveled. Read more about why Ukraine withdrew from [read more…]
Joci Pápai is the clear favorite to win A Dal 2019, says ESCDaily’s chief editor Steef van Gorkum. Pápai, who came 7th in the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest representing Hungary, is popular with both the televote and the jury. On top of that, “the jury [read more…]
Lithuanian superstar Monika Marija is top favorite to win the final of Eurovizijos Atranka this Saturday. Her biggest threat, seemed to be her own success. Against her own will, her fans voted two of her songs into the final. So therefore, she decides to pull [read more…]
Petruska and his song “Help me out of here” have been disqualified from the A Dal competition. Due to accusations of plagiarism, Petruska will not take part in the Grand Final this Saturday. Oláh Gergö will take his place.