Eurovision winner Måns Zelmerlöw and Eurovision runner-up Dami Im will perform a duet during the preselection show Australia Decides on the 8th of February 2020. The Australian singer has confirmed this on her Twitter account.
After winning The Voice Australia in 2019, vocal powerhouse Diana Rouvas has been announced as one of the ten artists taking part in Australia Decides 2020. She will compete to represent Australia at Eurovision in Rotterdam with her song ‘Can We Make Heaven’. Rouvas had [read more…]
Six out of the ten artists competing in Australia Decides have now released their songs for Australia’s national final.
Over the last couple of weeks, broadcaster SBS Australia has revealed the ten acts that will battle for the Australian ticket to the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 in Rotterdam. Most prominent names on the list are those of Jack Vidgen, the winner of Australia Got [read more…]
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…]
Earlier in the Junior Eurovision season, it was announced that Jordan Anthony would represent Australia at Junior Eurovision this year. Now, the song that he will perform has been released and is titled ‘We Will Rise.’
Australian broadcaster ABC have now announced that Jordan Anthony will represent the nation at Junior Eurovision this year, set to be held in Gliwice-Silesia, Poland. The 14-year-old singer rose to fame on the recent season of the Voice Australia, where he was the youngest performer [read more…]
After a successful debut year for Australia Decides, broadcaster SBS and production partner Blink TV have now announced that the national selection will be returning in 2020.
The inaugural Australian Eurovision national final took place in the Gold Coast in February earlier this year. Kate Miller-Heidke was ultimately selected to represent Australia at Eurovision 2019, winning the jury and public over with her song ‘Zero Gravity’. She finished 9th at the Eurovision [read more…]
After Australia’s first result out of the Top 10 in 2018, the nation has returned to form with Kate Miller-Heidke and her divisive entry, Zero Gravity. The entry confidently topped the semi-final voting, however finished in 9th place in the final.