In place of a live Eurovision broadcast this year, SBS is hosting ‘Eurovision 2020: Big Night In’ for Australians this Saturday, 16th May. Not only will all forty-one acts from this year be showcased, but they will also be revealed in a countdown decided by [read more…]
Over twenty of the biggest Eurovision websites in the world, including Australian outlet ESCDaily, joined hands to host an alternative Eurovision Song Contest after the cancellation of the 2020 edition. The final of Eurostream 2020 was held on the 9th of May and has it’s [read more…]
The second semi final of Eurostream 2020, an alternative online version of the cancelled Eurovision Song Contest 2020, has aired last night. Votes from a professional jury and the people at home gave us the last ten finalists.
The first semi final of Eurostream 2020, an alternative online version of the cancelled Eurovision Song Contest 2020, has aired last night. Votes from a professional jury and the people at home gave us ten finalists. ‘Don’t break me’ by Montaigne for Australia is one [read more…]
When we write this, it is the 2nd of May 2020. Normally, the rehearsals for the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 would have kicked off today. But we know, the year 2020 is not normal…
With the first Semi-Final of Eurostream 2020 only one day away, the organisers and partners can now reveal the full list of music experts who will be in the 41 national juries.
The draws for the two semi-finals of Eurostream 2020 has taken place. Below you can see the results.
Following the cancellation of this year’s Eurovision Song Contest due to the ongoing Covid-19 outbreak, several major Eurovision websites have joined forces to organise the first ever 100% online edition of the Contest. Of course, as the biggest Australian Eurovision media outlet, ESCDaily is joing [read more…]
Following the cancellation of the Eurovision Song Contest 2020, the EBU and its Dutch Members NPO, NOS and AVROTROS are excited to confirm they are producing a new show. ‘Eurovision: Europe Shine A Light’, will air in place of the Grand Final on Saturday 16 [read more…]
The chosen songs for the cancelled Eurovision Song Contest 2020 are not allowed to take part at the contest in 2021, which possibly will be held in Rotterdam after all. The EBU confirmed this news in a press statement on Friday.