The EBU has announced that there has been a mistake in the presentation of the jury vote. This results in a new final ranking of the nations in the final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2019.
While The Netherlands was the overall winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2019, two other nations won the jury vote and the televote of the Grand Final. Tamara Rodevska from North Macedonia won the jury vote, with 247 points, and KEiiNO from Norway was the [read more…]
Duncan Laurence has won the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest for the Netherlands with ‘Arcade’. They won a total of 492 points from the 41 expert juries and televote.
Australia’s Kate Miller-Heidke won the first semi final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 with 261 points, while Czech Republic came second with 242 points and Iceland was third with 221 points.
The Netherlands was the winner of the second semi final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 with 280 points, ahead of North Macedonia in second place with 239 points and Sweden in third place with 238 points. The second semi final was close, only a [read more…]
As expected, title candidates The Netherlands, Sweden and Russia have qualified for the grand final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2019. They were part of the ten best scoring acts of the semi final on Thursday.
Australia has reached another final of the Eurovision Song Contest. Kate Miller-Heidke and her song ‘Zero Gravity’ made it to the final, where we will surprisingly see the absence of Papai Joci from Hungary.
The EBU has uploaded videos of all the 41 participating song of the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest 2019. In the footage, we can now hear the updated versions of the songs from Hungary, Albania and Moldova.
The winning country of the Eurovision Song Contest 2018, Israel, has released the song that they will use to defend their title in Tel Aviv. Kobi Marimi will sing the song ‘Home’.
X-Factor Malta winner Michela Pace has presented the song that she will perform in Tel Aviv. The Maltese entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 is called ‘Chameleon’.