The semi finals of the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 had a couple of shock exits. Greece and Armenia failed to qualify for the final for the second time in history and Azerbaijan, Russia and Romania even had to suffer that fate for the very first [read more…]
The second episode of the Aftermath 2018 covers the ninth place for Denmark at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 in Lisbon. Rasmussen and his ‘Higher Ground’ especially scored very well in the televote.
This first episode of the Aftermath of the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 is about Moldova, which finished in tenth place in Lisbon. DoReDoS mostly thanked their result to their 115 points in the televote, where they finished in eighth place.
The 20th place in the Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest was not the achievement Jessica Mauboy hoped to book on behalf of Australia. Still, she reacted in the most graceful way on her result, also handing out compliments to winner Netta Barzilai from [read more…]
Australia’s Jessica Mauboy finished in fourth place at the second semi final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2018. The full split result of the shwo on Thursday have been released by the EBU, right after the results of the grand final came in.
Who could have thought 4 years ago, when Jessica Mauboy performed in the semi final in Copenhagen, that 4 years later her country Australia would not only participate, but also be one of the most successful countries in recent Eurovision history?
According to the most recent update of the big bookmakers, Cyprus will win the Eurovision Song Contest and claim the title for the first time in history. Eleni Foureira and her song ‘Fuego’ have surpassed Israel’s song ‘Toy’ by Netta Barzilai, who was in the [read more…]
Last year, Myf Warhurst had the tough job to take over the Australian commentary at the Eurovision Song Contest from the great Julia Zemiro. She did a great job however and now has much more confidence for the second year of commenting at the contest [read more…]
The most pure Balkan song at this years Eurovision Song Contest is arguably the one from Montenegro. Vanja Radovanović sings the ballad ‘Inje’, which appears to be inspired by previous entries that were composed by the great Željko Joksimović. However, Vanja does not see the [read more…]
Christabelle from Malta is performing at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 with a mission and a message. After suffering from mental health issues herself, she wants to break the ‘Taboo’ and hopes that will talk more openly about it and seek help. She does that [read more…]