Jessica Mauboy will perform at some upcoming promotional pre-parties for the Eurovision Song Contest 2018. The Australian artist of 2018 will join the line-up of Eurovision in Concert in Amsterdam and the London Eurovision Party 2018.
Now that we have all 43 songs for the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest, we have almost seven weeks left to speculate on who will qualify from the semi finals, which countries will get a top-10 result and of course: Who will win Eurovision 2018?
Albania was the first nation to pick their full act for the Eurovision Song Contest. But they are also one of the last countries to release their final 3 minute version for the upcoming contest.
Alexander Rybak joins a short list of artists that have won the Eurovision Song Contest and return to the contest to reclaim their title. Statistically however, a second victory for Rybak is unlikely, states Dennis van Eersel in this editorial.
Georgia has been the 43rd and last country to reveal their song for the Eurovision Song Contest 2018. You can check out the song ‘Sheni Gulistvis’ by Iriao here!
Ieva Zasimauskaitė has won the Lithuanian marathon preselection final with her song ‘When We’re Old’ and will perform that song at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 in Lisbon. She takes part in the first semi final.
Melodifestivalen 2018 has not delivered the goods, in the way Sweden has done so in previous years. The only way for Sweden to get their preselection back on track, is if they would get a bad result at the Eurovision Song Contest in the upcoming years.
This Sunday evening, Bulgaria finally revealed their Eurovision act for the upcoming contest in Lisbon. It is Equinox with the song ‘Bones’.
FYR Macedonia’s entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 has been revealed. Eye Cue will represent her country with the song “Lost And Found”.
Israel has revealed their entry for the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest in Lisbon. Netta Barzilai, the winner of the 2018 edition of Hakokhav Haba L’Eurovizion, will sing ‘Toy’.