Loreen has scored a historical victory in the Eurovision Song Contest 2023. With her song “Tattoo”, she not only won the Eurovision trophy for the second time, she also gave her country Sweden it’s 7th victory ever. Sweden is now tied with Ireland for most [read more…]
The Australian band Voyager won the second semi final of Eurovision 2023. With their song “Promise”, they scored 149 points from the 16th starting position to sail through to the final. Austria finished second, Blanka from Poland came in third.
Finland, not Sweden was the winner of the first semi final of Eurovision 2023. Käärijä received 177 points to win the semi final with his song “Cha Cha Cha”. Sweden’s Loreen, the eventual winner of the contest, finished in second place in the semi final [read more…]
Australia will perform 15th in the Eurovision 2023 Grand Final running order. Top favorite Loreen from Sweden was put in 9th place, and Käärjä from Finland in 13th place. The show will be opened by Austria.
During the envelop ceremony, Eurovision artists will be in the green room as usual. The EBU issued a statement confirming this. BBC’s experiment with having artists up on stage during the results, has been overturned.
The United Kingdom will likely host Eurovision 2023. Given the ongoing war in Ukraine, it is impossible for the winning broadcaster UA:PBC to host the contest. Therefore, the EBU has confirmed that it will continue talks with BBC.
Ukraine has won the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest. The band Kalush Orchestra was ranked 4th in the jury vote, however they won the televote by a historical score of 439 points. Team ESCDaily discusses Ukraine’s special victory in our Eurovision podcast.
In the final ESCDaily Show episode, we discuss the Eurovision 2022 Grand Final. Dennis van Eersel and Erik Bolks both have a different winner, while host Steef van Gorkum argues that Serbia’s Konstrakta could finish in the top 5.
In our podcast Daily Coffee we talk about the jury final of Eurovision 2022 and the nations that probably stood out most and the ones that impressed the least.
Finland sends The Rasmus to Eurovision 2022. However, according to Dennis van Eersel this is not enough to be successful. “The song and the performance still needs to be good.”