After winning Melodifestivalen in 2020 and not being able to perform at Eurovision 2020, The Mamas are back for the big Swedish preselection in 2021. They are on of the five former winning acts that are on the list published by broadcaster SVT. SVT announced [read more…]
As promised, Uku Suviste is back to take part at Eesti Laul 2021. The winner of 2020 is facing tough competition, with four other former winners or Eurovision participants.
Earlier this evening, SVT announced their plans for Melodifestivalen 2021. Sweden’s national selection will continue but will be broadcast entirely from Stockholm.
Israeli broadcaster KAN has presented the four songs which Eden Alene will perform on the 3rd of March. One of these songs will be their pick for the Eurovision Song Contest 2020.
The five songs that Roxen will sing in the final of Selectia Nationala 2020 have been released by the Romanian broadcaster TVR. One of these five songs will be the Romanian entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 in Rotterdam.
Germany will pick their artist for the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 internal. There is no national final this year, after a series of rough years where this format of picking their act did not work out for them.
In December, Serbian broadcaster RTS announced the names of the 24 artists and songs that will participate in ‘Beovizija 2020’. We now have an official running order for the 2 shows, taking place on 28 February and 29 February, respectively. You can also listen to [read more…]
Romanian public broadcaster TVR is changing their national selection for the Eurovision Song Contest. Romania previously used the format ‘Selecția Națională’, but this year they are moving to an internal selection process combined with a public vote.
DR has announced the 10 songs competing to represent Denmark in Rotterdam. The finalists include an entry by Only Teardrops songwriter.
Armenian broadcaster AMPTV have now announced the 12 participants of the upcoming edition of Depi Evratesil. One of the most notable names in the selection is Vladimir Arzumanyan, who competed and won the Junior Eurovision Song Contest back in 2010.