Now that the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest has been cancelled, participating broadcasters face a difficult decision. Will they maintain their artist? Or will they take the opportunity to select a new participant for Eurovision 2021?
There are 41 countries taking part in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 in Rotterdam. Check out the list of participants for Eurovision 2020 and watch their performances!
Due to the outbreak of the corona virus in Europe, the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 has been cancelled. Eurovision 2020 would have taken place in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
Since the year 2003, there is an annual Junior Eurovision Song Contest, in addition to the adult contest we have since 1956. As we all grow up, some of the kids from Junior have moved on to the big Eurovision stage.
A major part of having success at the Eurovision Song Contest depends on the staging of the song. It is not just a song contest. As Eurovision is a television show, visuals and stage directing are essential.
The outcome of the Eurovision Song Contest is currently decided by 50% jury vote and 50% televote. However, as technology improves, more and more broadcasters have looked towards online voting as a way of replacing the televote.
Australia has a very special relationship with the Eurovision Song Contest. Eurovision has been popular in Australia for over 30 years, and since 2015, Australia has been participating in the contest.
ESCDaily is your number one Australian based Eurovision website. We cover the Eurovision Song Contest as a sports competition: “The Olympic Games of Music”.
Anja Nissen is a Danish-Australian singer. She won The Voice of Australia in 2014 and represented Denmark in the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest. In Kiev, she reached the Grand Final and finished in 20th place with 77 points.
On Thursday May 16th, the second semi final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 will take place. Read the article below for a sneak preview of how all the performances in that show are going to look!