The rain has stopped here and the sun is trying to come out. I am very excited that you decided to join me for the first dress rehearsal of the Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2014!
Sweden, Denmark, Austria, The Netherlands, the United Kingdom and Hungary. It looks like one of these countries will win the Eurovision Song Contest. ESC Daily got the chance to speak with Andras Kallay-Saunders from Hungary.
So now that we know it all, it is time for the Grand Final. Tonight, the jury’s from each country will cast their votes. Things are staring to heat up…
The running order for the Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2014 has been announced! The running order was determined by the producers of show (DR) and approved by the EBU Executive Supervisor, Jon Ola Sand and by the Chairman of the Reference Group, [read more…]
And that makes 26! After tonight’s second semi-final we now know the full list of acts to appear during the Grand Final on Saturday. Most notably absent is probably Mei Finegold for Israel, who, to the surprise of many, failed to make the cut. These [read more…]
Tonight, Australia will make its unofficial debut at the Eurovision Song Contest. Jessica Mauboy will sing ‘Sea of flags’ in the interval act of the second semifinal. We filmed her stage performance during the Dress Rehearsal which was open for press.
Good Morning! Are you excited already. Tonight, startin 21:00 CET, we will see the next ten finalists after the second semi-final of the Eurovision Song Contest!
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Hallo Kopenhagen! What an amazing evening yesterday. And now we get to rehearse for another one taking place tomorrow. This is the first dress rehearsal of the second semi-final.
The European Broadcasting Union has announced that there was only three points difference in the final score between the countries that ended in tenth, eleventh and twelth place in the first semifinal of the Eurovision Song Contest 2014. Which countries they were won’t be announced [read more…]