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Miki Nunez from Spain displayed strong fitness today. Despite dancing and running around a lot in his first Eurovision rehearsal, his vocals remained in tact. “I did a lot of cardio in the last few months to improve my fitness.”
Kseniya Simonova will perform snow art during Moldova ‘s Eurovision performance in 2019. “This is something completely different from sand art, which I did for Mika Newton from Ukraine in Eurovision 2011.”
Cyprus’ singer Tamta is honoured that people compare her looks and visuals to Madonna. However, Madonna was not a direct inspiration for her performance. “We created the visuals a long time before we knew that Madonna is coming.”
On a day where most people were looking forward to seeing Netherlands and Russia, it was Azerbaijan who made a surprise surge in the betting odds. Flamenco singer Chingiz makes his home country relive the zeroes, a time in which Azerbaijan was often at the [read more…]
Sergey Lazarev learned a clear lesson from his previous Eurovision participation. “You have to enjoy yourself on stage. Don’t look at the betting, don’t think about the voting.”
Duncan Laurence is working to find the right camera at the right time. At the press conference, the Dutch Eurovision representative told ESCDaily that it does not take up all of his energy. “Just search for that red light, and you will be fine!”
The Icelandic Eurovision act Hatari has talked to ESCDaily about their song ‘Hatrid mud sigra’. They spoke about whether they really want hatred to prevail. However, the answer is: No, they don’t!
Top favorite Luca Hänni from Switzerland receives a lot of praise for their first Eurovision rehearsal today in Tel Aviv. However, at the same time less and less people seem convinced of Luca Hänni’s winning chances.
Kate Miller-Heidke has confirmed to ESCDaily that the stage act for Australia’s song ‘Zero Gravity’ will be changed for the Eurovision Song Contest 2019. “I am happy how it went, but now we get to rethink it,” the singer says.