Vincent Bueno will sing for Austria at the Eurovision Song Contest 2020. The 34-year-old Vincent from Vienna will perform the up-tempo song ‘Alive’ in May in Rotterdam.
Cypriot public broadcaster CyBC has announced that Sandro Nicolas will sing for them in Rotterdam in 2020. The broadcaster said in a social media post that more information on Sandro’s participation will follow in the coming weeks.
Former Eurovision participants Robin Bengtsson and Anna Bergendahl are taking part in Melodifestival again in 2020. Swedish broadcaster SVT has published the line-up for Melfest 2020 and it includes a lot of big names and returning artists.
In the upcoming weeks, broadcaster SBS Australia will announce the names of the artists that take part at Australia Decides 2020. In this article, we give you updates on the names for the second national final in Australia, that will decide who will go to [read more…]
Victoria Georgieva — otherwise known as VICTORIA — will sing for Bulgaria at the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 in Rotterdam. Bulgarian broadcaster BNT has chosen the artist internally.
The Junior Eurovision 2019 Opening Ceremony took place last night in Poland, with the running order decided directly after. The first and final positions of the draw were selected, as well as host nation Poland who drew their position. The full running order was then [read more…]
Stig Rästa (ESC 2015) and Laura Põldvere (ESC 2005 and 2017) will take part in Eesti Laul 2020, to return to the Eurovision Song Contest. They are announced to be amongst the 24 particpants by broadcaster ERR.
Hungary and Montenegro have officially withdrawn from the Eurovision Song Contest 2020. Still, there will be 41 countries that take part in Rotterdam, as Bulgaria and Ukraine make their comeback in the contest.
After a one year break due to financial issues, Bulgarian broadcaster BNT has confirmed that the nation returns to the Eurovision Song Contest in 2020. BNT have signed the agreement and rule book needed to participate.
Hungarian broadcaster MTVA have confirmed that the usual national selection A Dal will not be used to select Hungary’s participant for next year’s Eurovision Song Contest. Furthermore, the broadcaster has not yet confirmed whether the nation will continue to participate at Eurovision, or whether they [read more…]