Eurovision fans may recognise Johnny Manuel as a member of the group Equinox, who represented Bulgaria in 2018 with their entry ‘Bones’. Since then, he has moved to Australia and is now competing on The Voice Australia. Joshua Mayne had a chat with Johnny to discuss [read more…]
Australia had a solid plan for Rotterdam: Montaigne, winner of the Australian preselection would sing “Don’t break me” while the one-shot camerawork would be the visual catch. Which parts of this plan can SBS maintain for next year?
In place of a live Eurovision broadcast this year, SBS is hosting ‘Eurovision 2020: Big Night In’ for Australians this Saturday, 16th May. Not only will all forty-one acts from this year be showcased, but they will also be revealed in a countdown decided by [read more…]
We may not get to see our 2020 favourites take to the stage, but that doesn’t mean we can’t reminisce on our Eurovision favourites. This series is aimed to discover the team’s favourite entries from the 21st century, from 2001 to 2019.
SBS has announced that Montaigne represents Australia, when the Eurovision Song Contest returns in May 2021. After the unprecedented cancellation of the Eurovision Song Contest this year, Montaigne will still get her shot at Eurovision glory.
After winning Australia Decides 2020, Montaigne speaks to ESCDaily about her excitement, staging and preparation for Eurovision.
Dami Im will try to represent Australia again at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2021. The runner-up of the 2016-contest has told that after her interval performance at Australia Decides 2020, the national final in Australia.
Australia will be represented by Montaigne at the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 in Rotterdam. With the song ‘Don’t break me’, Montaigne won the national final Australia Decides 2020 on Saturday.
“Any of these ten artists could be qualifiers” – Australia’s Head of Delegation on Australia Decides
Australia’s new Head of Delegation Josh Martin has a strong belief that the second edition of Australia Decides will probe to be a factor for success at Eurovision 2020. “Any of the 10 artists could qualify for the final in Rotterdam,” he tells ESCDaily the day [read more…]
Australia Decides returns for a second year after its success in 2019. Ten new artists will compete in the Gold Coast for the opportunity to represent Australia at Eurovision 2020. Check out our big preview for the national final in Australia, written by our Australian [read more…]