Three top 10 results in a row, followed by two non-qualifiers. That’s the strange track record Belgium has built up since 2015. In 2020, the plan was to send superstars Hooverphonic.
Samira Efendi won Azerbaijan’s traditional preselection-behind-closed-doors. Broadcaster Ictimai seems to have found back its eagerness to compete at the highest Eurovision levels. They will send Samira Efendi after all next year, and expectations will be high.
Russia always takes Eurovision seriously. The year after Sergey Lazarev, they were going to send another one of their top artists: Little Big. Will they take the Eurovision stage in 2021 as well? In today’s episode we look at Russia in 2021. For a full [read more…]
In a very close Melodifestivalen competition, The Mama’s transcended their backing vocalist status and won the Eurovision ticket as Sweden’s lead act. Without John Lundvik, they would have taken the Eurovision stage in Rotterdam with “Move”. What’s next for Sweden and SVT?
Ana Soklič won EMA 2020 and planned a trip to Rotterdam with her song “Voda”. In the bookmakers offices, Slovenia was not too high up the ranks this year. How to move forward?
The year 2020 could have been a historic year for Lithuania. Would The ROOP finally have surpassed LT United as the most successful Lithuanian Eurovision entry? We will never know.
After taking part successfully as a backing singer for Tamara in 2019, Vasil Garvanliev was looking forward to be the main artist on the Eurovision stage. He was chosen internally, so it seems likely he will get his chance after all in 2021.
A few years after her huge victory in JESC 2015, Destiny Chukunyere seemed ready for the real thing. She came through X Factor in Malta to win the ticket to Rotterdam, and next year she will finally get there!