Some small countries are sceptical about their chances to ever win the Eurovision Song Contest. The Czech Republic used to be one of those countries. But those days are gone, especially now that they come up with an entry that is doing well in the [read more…]
Mikolas Josef has accepted that the backflip will not be a part of his Eurovision performance for the Czech Republic. “There is not much of a choice for me. There is still a lot of care needed,” he tells ESCDaily about his medical status.
“Don’t do anything stupid”. That’s the advice the doctors gave to the Czech delegation when they allowed Mikolas Josef to leave the hospital this week.
The condition of Mikolas Josefs back is improving. Czech Republic’s official Eurovision channel released this news moments ago. They have not cancelled their rehearsal for tomorrow just yet.
Mikolas Josef will perform in the first semi final no matter what. The Czech singer wrote this on his Instagram last night. Despite his back problems, doctors are looking to see if his performance can go on as planned.
Mikolas Josef sent to hospital with back problems after Czech Eurovision rehearsal goes wrong (UPDATE)
Mikolas Josef was sent to the hospital after his first Eurovision rehearsal today. The Czech superstar hurt his back when one of his acrobatic jumps during the rehearsal went wrong.
Ever since its first participation in 2007, Czech Republic is one of the “ugly ducklings” of the Eurovision family. The country even withdrew from the competition in 2010 due to bad results and lack of public interest. This year, however, the middle European nation suddenly [read more…]
Mikolas Josef will sing for the Czech Republic at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 with the song ‘Lie to Me’. Broadcaster CT confirmed him as the winner of the national final, which was held on the internet in stead of television.
Ten past Eurovision participants have been revealed by Ceska Televize as the members of the International Jury for the Czech selection process. One of these ten members is Dami Im, the Australian superstar who reached the second place at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2016.
The first national final in many years in the Czech Republic, Eurovision Song CZ, will be entirely held online. There is no live television broadcast with the performances of the six artists, that are revealed this Monday, the 9th of January.