Christer Björkman and Mads Grimstad will both vote as a part of the Expert Jury in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2017. A third Expert Jury member is yet to be announced. All members of the Expert Jury can vote as one additional ‘country’, giving [read more…]
The comeback of the year is of course the comeback of Poli Genova. From a non-qualifier for Bulgaria, to the best result they ever had at Eurovision. Let’s look at the aftermath in Bulgaria.
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.
Otherwise than thought, Poli Genova has not been approached by broadcaster BNT to represent Bulgaria at the Eurovision Song Contest before she got to host the Junior contest in Sofia in November 2015. “I did not know I was going to do this,” Poli tells [read more…]
With 43 participating countries, the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest equals the record previously set in Düsseldorf. But it is not the only record that is met this year! Never have there been more returning artists in one edition of Eurovision than this year.
Poli Genova has finally presented her song ‘If Love Was A Crime‘, which she will sing to represent Bulgaria at Eurovision 2016. You can hear it here at ESCDaily.com.
Even though all countries have to hand over their songs to the European Broadcasting Union during the Heads of Delegation meeting in Stockholm today and tomorrow, Bulgaria will not publish their song calld ‘If Love Was A Crime’ until Sunday the 20th of March.
Poli Genova will once again represent Bulgaria at the Eurovision Song Contest. Her song for Stockholm will be announced in March.