Ukrainian broadcasters STB and UA:PBC have announced that they will continue with their national final format Vidbir to select their Eurovision act in 2019.
There are no artists with a history as lead artist at the Eurovision Song Contest in the line-up for the Albanian preselection Festivali i Këngës 57. The annual competition will take place between the 20th and 22nd of December.
Bulgaria will not take part in the Eurovision Song Contest 2019. The broadcaster BNT is basing its decision on financial reasons, “because the costs of the project far exceed the financial capacity of BNT according to the Management of the broadcaster”.
After a couple of years with internal selections of their Eurovision artist, Croatia will return to the national final format of Dora, which has been used in the past a lot.
For the first time in history, Australia will have a national final to select their act for the Eurovision Song Contest. Eurovision – Australia Decides will take place on the Gold Coast in February 2019 in a series of live performance shows on Friday 8 [read more…]
Australia’s 2018 Junior Eurovision representative Jael Wena has released her song ‘Champion’ for competition in Minsk, Belarus. Broadcaster ABC has described the song as one that “celebrates those who stand up for what they believe in, overcoming adversity, are a great friend, are true to themselves, [read more…]
Australia’s 2018 Junior Eurovision entry will be released on Monday, 8th October. Jael Wena took to Instagram to announce the date of her song release, with filming of the music video now complete.
Australia will compete on the Eurovision stage for the fifth time in a row, after confirmation of their participation in Tel Aviv 2019 was revealed by the outgoing SBS CEO to TV Tonight.
RTÉ has announced it is inviting songwriters and performers, who have a proven track record of success in the music industry, to submit a song to be considered to represent Ireland in the Eurovision Song Contest next May. With that announcement, they confirm that they [read more…]
Broadcaster GPD will use the talent show Georgian Idol to pick their singer to represent Georgia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019. The winner of the talent show will be the singer for Tel Aviv 2019.