Singer-songwriter Duncan Laurence will perform on behalf of The Netherlands at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 in Tel Aviv. The Dutch song title for the schooled rock singer has not yet been made public.
Waylon will sing the song ‘Outlaw In Em’ on behalf of The Netherlands in Lisbon. Friday night, he announced that this song is his definite choice for the Eurovision Song Contest 2018.
The song for The Netherlands at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 will be announced on the 3rd of March. This has been confirmed in the Dutch talkshow De Wereld Draait Door (DWDD), where Waylon will perform five potential songs in February.
Waylon will represent The Netherlands at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 in Lisbon. Dutch website Nu.nl draws that conclusion based on a video posted on Twitter by host broadcaster AVROTROS.
The girls from OG3NE are not easily satisfied. After their second good rehearsal at the Eurovision Song Contest, the girls skipped the one-on-one interviews to go to their hotel and continue the rehearsal.
The girls Lisa, Amy and Shelley are grown up and after representing The Netherlands at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2007, they will now go to the adult version of the contest. They tell ESC Daily that they have learned from the past: “Now we [read more…]
Girl group OG3NE want to bring a tribute to their mother with their songs ‘Lights and Shadows’. “Our song is inspired by the illness of our mother,” one of the girls tell at the press presentation of their song.
This Friday morning the song ‘Lights and Shadows’ premiered on Dutch radio. It is the Eurovision song that girl group OG3NE will perform in Kiev on behalf of The Netherlands.
Girl group O’G3NE will present their song ‘Lights and Shadows’ tomorrow, Friday morning. First the girl release the audio of the song, in the evening they will give their first televized performance of the song.
The Dutch song for Kiev will be made public on Friday the 3rd of March. Broadcaster AVROTROS has confirmed that O’G3NE will play their song for the first time at 11:00 CET in Amsterdam.