The stage show and performance complemented the music to create an urgent message relevant to the present state of global affairs. Read about how they came together.
Your (bi-)weekly dose of Eurovision happenings, featuring designs, artist reveals, upcoming national selections, and more!
Malena Ernman represented Sweden on the Eurovision stage in Moscow in 2009. Ten years later, her family still has a lasting effect in the Eurovision world, but this time it comes from Greta Thunberg’s impassioned rhetoric about environmental action and its effect on the messaging throughout Junior Eurovision 2019. A tale of two intertwined stars…
28 acts have been released, including the names of 20 veterans.
Your (bi)weekly dose of Eurovision happenings, featuring JESC 2019 summaries, Bulgaria, Melodifestivalen, Hakochav Haba, and more!
The last of four articles covering music theory, production, and more within the Junior Eurovision songs, this time featuring Serbia, Spain, Ukraine, and Wales.
Reviewing and giving perspective for live sound on the Junior Eurovision stage, featuring Carla and Melani’s recent live performances and models from the past.
In-depth analysis of all 19 songs, 3rd week of 4. Welcome the Netherlands to Russia this week!
In-depth analysis of all 19 songs. Welcome Georgia to Malta this week!
In-depth analysis of all 19 songs, this time from Albania to France.
20 acts, 3 days in December. Who will represent Albania in Rotterdam and succeed Jonida Maliqi?
Your weekly dose of Eurovision happenings, featuring Linda Martin, opening ceremonies, slogans, The Eurovision Takeover, and much more!
ESCtakeover is proud to announce the second edition of The Eurovision Takeover, a site project that aims to bring the fans what they want in elegant fashion. The live show will be on 2 May, and it will air live on 3 May. What is The Eurovision Takeover? At ESCtakeover, we try to give fans…
Your weekly dose of Eurovision happenings, featuring Mila Moskov, Georgia Idol, and more!
The final holdout, North Macedonia, has released the music video and audio for their song “Fire”, a power ballad. The music video is staged in a library with a vintage upright piano cutting away to a cloudy fiery green screen speaking about passion for music. Check it out below! Moskov will perform the song on-stage…
Your weekly dose of summarized happenings and anticipation, featuring Serbia, Italy, Kazakhstan, Portugal, France, and more!
Last month, ESCtakeover reported that Darija Vračević would represent Serbia in the upcoming Junior Eurovision contest in Gliwice-Silesia, Poland. Today, RTS, Serbia’s broadcaster, has revealed the music video for “Podigni glas” (Raise your voice) on its website. The song is a compelling call to action from children to adults to address issues rising from increasing…
Your weekly dose of summarized happenings and anticipation, featuring Georgia, Ireland, Australia, France, Belgium, Spain, Denmark, and more!
Anna Kearney will represent the Irish interest in Gliwice-Silesia, Poland, at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019 with the song “Banshee”.
Belgium, a country with two broadcasters and three official languages, has given the responsibility of choosing their next Eurovision entrant to the Flemish (variant of Dutch) broadcaster, VRT. The broadcasters VRT and Francophone broadcaster RTBF alternate responsibilities for the task of selecting the Eurovision entrant and entry. Over this decade, VRT has sent Tom Dice,…