After winning Australia Decides 2020, Montaigne speaks to ESCDaily about her excitement, staging and preparation for Eurovision.
“Any of these ten artists could be qualifiers” – Australia’s Head of Delegation on Australia Decides
Australia’s new Head of Delegation Josh Martin has a strong belief that the second edition of Australia Decides will probe to be a factor for success at Eurovision 2020. “Any of the 10 artists could qualify for the final in Rotterdam,” he tells ESCDaily the day [read more…]
According to Executive Producer Jon Ola Sand, the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 will be “a slick program, full of technical highlights.” The Norwegian chairman speaks about his last contest with the Dutch newspaper AD.
After the semi-final allocation draw of the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 on Tuesday, we now present you the first analysis of the upcoming contest in May. And we look at the statistics of the past, we see that the nations that have had the best [read more…]
After winning The Voice Australia in 2019, vocal powerhouse Diana Rouvas has been announced as one of the ten artists taking part in Australia Decides 2020. She will compete to represent Australia at Eurovision in Rotterdam with her song ‘Can We Make Heaven’. Rouvas had [read more…]
If the decision were up to Kate Miller-Heidke, Australia would keep selecting its Eurovision entries through a national final. The current Australian representative tips Empire of the Sun, Troye Sivan and Electric Fields as potential candidates.
Now that we have found the twenty qualified acts for the Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2019, it can be seen that the field is very strong this year. “The quality of the 2019 Eurovision final is very high,” says Steef van Gorkum [read more…]
Traveling to all the Eurovision pre-parties has helped Norwegian band KEiiNO to become a team. The group, consisting of three well-known solo artists from Norway, traveled together. “That’s where we became a family.”
Even if Duncan Laurence from the Netherlands gets a first half draw, he will have a solid chance to win Eurovision. ESCDaily’s chief editor Steef van Gorkum concludes this in today’s episode of Daily Coffee. “You gotta think that EBU and KAN will give him [read more…]
In our podcast Daily Coffee, Steef van Gorkum looks back at the surprises of the first semi final of Eurovision 2019. “Serhat and Victor Crone took the spots of more ethnic entries from Hungary and Portugal.”