Norway will organize a big series of preselection shows for the Eurovision Song Contest 2020. Broadcaster NRK will have five semi finals and one big final to pick their song.
MARUV will not represent Ukraine at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019. The singer has not reached an agreement with broadcaster UA:PBC about a contract she had to sign. The broadcaster made this contract mandatory to take part in Tel Aviv.
Darude has released his songs, that Sebastian Rejman will sing at UMK 2019. UMK is the preselection show that Finland will air to find their song for the Eurovision Song Contest. The song titles are “Release Me” and “Superman”, and you can listen to them [read more…]
Petruska and his song “Help me out of here” have been disqualified from the A Dal competition. Due to accusations of plagiarism, Petruska will not take part in the Grand Final this Saturday. Oláh Gergö will take his place.
The running order for the upcoming Australian Eurovision selection show has been revealed. Ella Hooper opens the show, while Tania Doko is the closing act. Favourites Sheppard, Alfie Arcuri and Kate Miller-Heidke also have a draw near the end of the show.
The names of the jury members for the Australian national selection for Eurovision 2019 have been revealed. Notable names on the jury are Melodifestivalen producer Christer Björkman and Australia’s Head of Delegation Paul Clarke.
The acts in the Moldovan national final have been selected after a mammoth audition process. TRM held the audition process to narrow down the number of acts that submitted songs to represent Moldova at the Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv.
Danish broadcaster DR has announced the ten candidates that will fight for the Danish ticket to Eurovision 2019 on the 23rd of February. The songs have been released by the broadcaster.
Icelandic broadcaster RÚV has revealed the ten artists and entries competing in Söngvakeppnin; the Icelandic national final format for 2019. Iceland’s 2008 & 2010 representatives Friðrik Ómar & Hera Björk respectively are amongst the ten competitors revealed.
Norwegian broadcaster NRK has released the ten artists and songs that will take part in MGP 2019 on the 2nd of March. Kjetil Mørland is the most notable name in the field, as he took part at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2015.