Sheldon Riley will sing “Not the same” for Australia in the Grand Final of Eurovision 2022. In his performance, he wears a face mask which he takes of towards the end of the performance. At his Eurovision press conference he told ESCDaily why.
The Australian national selection is complete, with Sheldon Riley receiving the most points overall. Sheldon will now represent Australia in Turin with the song Not The Same.
The next four participations of Eurovision: Australia Decides 2022 have been announced. [read more…]
Australia’s 2017 Eurovision artist Isaiah Firebrace has headlined the first three acts announced to take part in ‘Eurovision – Australia Decides’ next year. PAULINI and former Australia Decides artist Jaguar Jonze join Firebrace for the 2022 national selection to be held on the Gold Coast.
Australia’s Montaigne did not make it to the final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2021. Her song ‘Technicolour’, which she had to present through a prerecorded tape, is the first Australian entry not to qualify through the semi finals. Ukraine is now the only country [read more…]
The Australian delegation will not be physically present at the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 in Rotterdam. The song ‘Technicolour’ by Montaigne will be presented through their prerecorded back-up tape during the first semi final on the 18th of May.
The running orders of the two Semi-Final shows have been decided. The producers at Host Broadcasters NPO/NOS/AVROTROS, and Martin Österdahl, the Executive Supervisor of the Eurovision Song Contest have approved the running order for both shows.
It is uncertain whether all Eurovision delegations will be able to travel to Rotterdam. According to Executive Producer Sietse Bakker, things are “difficult for Australia, for example. Because of all the travel restrictions.”
Australian singer Montaigne released her song ‘Technicolour’ for the Eurovision Song Contest 2021. The song has aired on Australian radio and will be available online soon as well.