Your (bi-)weekly dose of Eurovision happenings, featuring a vision for the new year, artist announcements, the beginnings of new national finals, and more!
We, the Eurovision community, can learn from our past to shape a better future for a united fanbase.
Your (bi-)weekly dose of Eurovision happenings, featuring a Festivali i Këngës wrap-up, this year in retrospect, and more!
Take a look at the voting stats and possible underlying factors behind any uncommon voting patterns.
After three nights of performances, “Shaj” was rated most highly by the jury consisting of current Melodifestivalen supervisor and American Song Contest producer Christer Björkman, Greek producer (Sergey Lazarev’s Eurovision songs, among others) Dimitris Kontopoulos, Icelandic Head of Delegation Felix Bergsson, Albanian ethnomusicologist Mikaela Minga, and Albanian poet Rita Petro. In effect, Arilena will represent…
A musical snapshot of all 12 songs competing for a shot at the Eurovision stage in Rotterdam.
28 acts have been released, including the names of 20 veterans.
Your weekly dose of Eurovision happenings, featuring Mila Moskov, Georgia Idol, and more!
Anna Kearney will represent the Irish interest in Gliwice-Silesia, Poland, at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019 with the song “Banshee”.
Each week in Eurovision season brings a slew of news on the Eurovision front. This is an aggregation of all the news from the past week going into next week.
Isea Çili won with the song “Mikja ime fëmijeri” (My childhood friend) and will represent Albania in Junior Eurovision. Watch the broadcast Wednesday!
On Sunday, 29 September, three countries will host their national finals to select at least their singers for Junior Eurovision. In chronological order, host country Poland and Albania will host selections ultimately pitting tens of hopefuls against each other in friendly competition. Ireland is also hosting its semifinal. A short preview will be given for…
Have a listen and descriptive preview of the four competing acts for the Dutch selection for JESC before they perform at 19:25 CEST on Saturday!
Tatyana Mezhentseva and Oorzhak Denberel will represent Russia at Junior Eurovision 2019 in Gliwice-Silesia with the song “A Time for Us” (Время для нас). The song, a bilingual ballad combining a reinforced beat in the chorus, multiple vocal overdubs, and a considerable amount of synthesized instruments, both realistic (piano, strings, and percussion) and otherwise, combined…
11 performers, 6 acts, 1 final at 20:00 BST. Who will win? Preview each contestant’s musical output in depth before the show airs live!
Since their formation in 1996, Finnish symphonic power metal band Nightwish has had three different female lead vocalists. Now Floor Jansen, their latest lead vocalist from the Netherlands, has expressed possible interest in competing for her home country, following the footsteps of her vocalist predecessors. 2000: Suomen euroviisukarsinta with Tarja Turunen In 2000, the band…
After 3 rounds of voting, Karina stood victorious above the stiff competition and will now wave the flag for Armenia in November.
Listen and read short descriptions of the songs to be performed at the Armenian national selection for JESC 2019 before the show airs on 15 September.
Rising from occupational tumult after her success in Idol 2014, Amanda Aasa has won a spot at the Melodifestivalen stage via P4 Nästa. Read more about it and the winner of the competition, Tim Lööv.