Australia’s 2017 Eurovision artist Isaiah Firebrace has headlined the first three acts announced to take part in ‘Eurovision – Australia Decides’ next year. PAULINI and former Australia Decides artist Jaguar Jonze join Firebrace for the 2022 national selection to be held on the Gold Coast.
Belgium is the first nation to select their Eurovision 2022 entrant, with broadcaster RTBF announcing that Jérémie Makiese will fly the flag.
As we near the Eurovision Grand Final for 2021, there is a good chance we may see a winning entry performed in the French language. This would be for the first time since Céline Dion sang for Switzerland in 1988. Two entries from France and [read more…]
“We have always done our best at Eurovision, but this time we have upgraded the game”. San Marino’s press officer Ersin Parlak could not be more excited about bringing Flo Rida to the Eurovision stage. “Having Flo Rida, a global name, here with our Senhit [read more…]
Rock and Eurovision are not typically associated together, but rock has slowly built its profile at the world’s biggest song contest. [read more…]
The EBU wants young artists to evolve from Junior Eurovision to the adult Eurovision Song Contest. This year, Destiny from Malta and Stefania from Greece are living that dream. “We have learned a lot from Junior Eurovision.”
After a difficult year, everybody is excited that the Eurovision Song Contest is here again. However, few people are as relieved as Maciej Mazanski. The Polish journalist suffered from Covid and ended up in the hospital two months ago. Today, he is in Rotterdam and [read more…]
Australia’s Montaigne did not make it to the final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2021. Her song ‘Technicolour’, which she had to present through a prerecorded tape, is the first Australian entry not to qualify through the semi finals. Ukraine is now the only country [read more…]
Flo Rida will take part in the Eurovision Song Contest for San Marino. The American superstar has arrived in Rotterdam just in time for the dress rehearsals for Semi Final 2.
One person with the Icelandic delegation has tested positive during the scheduled routine Covid-19 testing procedures. The EBU confirms this news, however has not confirmed which member of the delegation tested positive.