According to the influential Russian newspaper Gazeta, Russia will select its Eurovision Song on March 8th. The newspaper has a source saying Little Big will likely be the only participant in a national final with multiple songs. However, this has not been officially confirmed.
Australian singer Montaigne released her song ‘Technicolour’ for the Eurovision Song Contest 2021. The song has aired on Australian radio and will be available online soon as well.
Danish broadcaster DR has revealed the eight artists that will compete in this year’s Dansk Melodi Grand Prix. A notable name on the list is that of the 60-year old Mike Tramp (Michael Trempenau) who was the lead singer of the group Mabel that represented [read more…]
The titles of Blas Cantó‘s potential Eurovision 2021 songs are “Memoria” (Memory) and “Voy a Quedarme” (I’m going to stay). Both songs have been made available and online voting has begun this Wednesday night.
Victoria is currently working on a new EP and her song for the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 will be chosen out of five new songs that will feature on that EP. The Bulgarian singer announced this on Twitter on Friday.
All of the artists competing in Festival da Canção 2021 have been revealed by broadcaster RTP. They also released the full versions of the songs competing for a ticket to Rotterdam. There are no familiar Eurovision names in the line-up.
After sadly missing out on his chance to represent Finland at the Eurovision Song Contest 2020, Aksel takes another shot in 2021. He is one of the confirmed artists for UMK 2021, the Finnish preselection for the contest in Rotterdam, and takes part with the [read more…]
Swedish broadcaster SVT announced the running order for Melodifestivalen 2021. Kadiatou will be opening the first semi final on the 6th of February and former winner Eric Saade is the closing act on the 27th of February.
KEiiNO returns to the Norwegian preselection for the Eurovision Song Contest in 2021. The televote winners of 2019 take part with the song ‘Monument’.
Israel has narrowed down their selection of songs for Eden Alene, the singer who has been internally selected for the Eurovision Song Contest 2021. She will sing ‘La La Love’, ‘Ue La La’ or ‘Set Me Free’ in Rotterdam.