The song from Belgium for the Eurovision Song Contest has been leaked online, one day before the official presentation. Blanche will perform ‘City Lights’ in Kiev, and you can check out the song here.
This week it was announced that the 16-year old Blanche, real name Ellie Delvaux, will represent Belgium in Kiev at the Eurovision Song Contest 2017. Now, she spoke to local media with much enthusiasm.
Broadcaster RTBF from Belgium has internally selected Ellie Delvaux to represent their country in Kiev at the Eurovision Song Contest 2017. The news has been confirmed through the Facebook page of The Voice Belgique, by the Belgian broadcaster.
September has come and all eyes have now turned to the Ukraine and the 62nd edition of the Eurovision Song Contest. Although a decision surrounding the host city is still to be made, that has not stopped artists, management, fans, and media alike from speculating
In the upcoming days, we take a look at the aftermath of the Eurovision Song Contest 2016. Belgium has booked their second top 10 place in a row, but still it is a special one, since the Flemish broadcaster VRT was steering the wheel this [read more…]
ESCDaily are in the press centre at Hovet beside Globen where tonight’s final ten qualifiers have chosen their halves live from the press centre for the Grand Final on Saturday 14th May.
ESCDaily is live in Stockholm where tonight the 61st Eurovision Song Contest continued with the second semi-final resulting in the final ten finalists out of the remaining sixteen.
Laura Tesoro has won the Belgian preselection ‘Eurosong’ with her song “What’s the pressure”. In a five-song-final, Tesoro beat the other participants both in the jury vote as in the televote. She will now represent Belgium in Stockholm.
Who will represent Belgium at the Eurovision Song Contest 2016 in Stockholm? Tonight, the Belgian entry and singer will be selected through the national final Eurosong 2016, organised by the Flemish broadcaster VRT. Last week, each artist performed their candidate Eurovision-song. Now, it’s real business: the [read more…]
After presenting themselves to the audience with a couple of covers from songs of the past, you can watch back the five own songs intended for the Eurovision Song Contest 2016 of the artists in Belgium. Without having any meaning at all, Laura Tesoro won [read more…]