According to the bookmakers, Victor Crone will take Estonia by a ‘Storm’ next Saturday and represent the country at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019. In this article we give you a preview of the Eesti Laul 2019 final, with the main contenders for victory listed [read more…]
Australia’s inaugural national final will be held this weekend in the Gold Coast. So, who is in contention to represent Australia at Eurovision 2019? Joshua Mayne takes you through the ten candidates and their competing songs.
The first round of A Dal 2019 in Hungary is over. 18 songs have qualified for the semi final stage. But for those of you who do not have time to listen to all those songs, our chief editor & Hungary expert Steef van Gorkum [read more…]
The rumours and reports regarding Eurovision Asia have intensified, however there is still no official confirmation from broadcasters. So, how likely is it that this contest will actually come to life?
Brandon McCann has worked for ESCDaily five years now. We thought it would be great to have a summary of what advice he would give to anyone interested in attending their first year as either a fan, press or even delegation.
No matter how good Rybak’s rehearsal is, or no matter how much praise Estonia and France get. Israel is still top favorite in all the betting markets. Brandon McCann asks the question on everyone’s mind right now: What can still stop Netta from winning Eurovision [read more…]
Brandon McCann covers all the press conferences in Lisbon this year for Team ESCDaily. As a result, he knows better than anybody how the mini-cosmos that is the press conference hall functions. In this editorial, he provides special insight.
On the night before Michael Schulte’s first rehearsal, Brandon McCann explains his personal feelings towards the German Eurovision song. He’s convinced Germany is underrated at this year’s competition. “They could go all the way.”
Following up on his successful study into the role of ballads in Eurovision, ESCDaily’s chief editor Steef van Gorkum takes a look at this year’s entries. Almost all the ballads are allocated in the first semi final, which could help top favorite Israel win the [read more…]
In less than a month, Jessica Mauboy will compete for Australia at the Eurovision Song Contest with her anthemic entry ‘We Got Love’.