12-year old Melbourne-born singer Jael Wena will represent Australia at Junior Eurovision in Belarus in November.
Australia has been invited to take part in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2018. The contest in Belarus will have 19 participating countries, including Australia and debuting countries such as Wales and Kazakhstan, for a record amount of nations taking part in Junior Eurovision.
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?
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 opinions are divided in the press centre, after the first Australian rehearsal in Lisbon. On one thing everybody seems to agree though: Jessica Mauboy is not a contender for victory (anymore).
Journalist and DJ Richard Wilkins has been announced as the chairperson of the national jury for Australia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018.
In less than a month, Jessica Mauboy will compete for Australia at the Eurovision Song Contest with her anthemic entry ‘We Got Love’.
Eurovision rehearsals will kick off in just two weeks, but the preparations for Australia’s Jessica Mauboy are not done yet. “The moment I hit ground in Lisbon, we will continue our work,” she tells ESCDaily.