The first live performance of ‘Bones’, the song that Equinox will perform for Bulgaria at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018, has received a warm reception. However, to be really successful in Lisbon, they should stage the group like a natural harmonic group, says professional gambler [read more…]
Now that we have the running order for the first semi final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2018, the bookmakers have made up their mind.
The bookmakers currently have Australia as one of the top qualifiers from the second semi final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2018. Jessica Mauboy is listed as one of their top-ten acts
Now that we have all 43 songs for the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest, we have almost seven weeks left to speculate on who will qualify from the semi finals, which countries will get a top-10 result and of course: Who will win Eurovision 2018?
Melodifestivalen 2018 has not delivered the goods, in the way Sweden has done so in previous years. The only way for Sweden to get their preselection back on track, is if they would get a bad result at the Eurovision Song Contest in the upcoming years.
Despite high expectations after the release of the song ‘Monsters’ by Saara Aalto, the reaction in the fan community to the live performance of the Finnish entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 has been lukewarm. According to professional gambler Daniel Gould
Will Switzerland reach the final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 with Zibbz? According to Brandon McCann, who blogged the Swiss final on Saturday, they have the best chance of qualifying in years. Check it out in this podcast episode of Scout Around.
Malta has not chosen a ballad for the Eurovision Song Contest 2018, but an uplifting song with a lot of visuals, by Christabelle. According to ESCDaily’s Malta expert Sadie Trent, this is a risky choice, which might turn out right for Malta.
We only have two songs yet for the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 in Lisbon. But even now, after the semi final allocation, we can already say that the second semi final will be the toughest of the two shows in may of this year.
A couple of days ago, our Australian reporter Joshua Mayne already put Jessica Mauboy on top of his list of possible acts for Australia in 2018.