Slovenia’s national selection for representation at Eurovision 2018 ends with singer and songwriter Lea Sirk’s win over a lineup of Slovenia’s best talent. Lea’s song, “Hvala, ne!”was chosen by a 50/50 split of jury and public votes.
A €10 million dollar debt of a cash strapped Romania TV channel threatens to exclude the country from the upcoming Eurovision song contest.
Eurovision Song Contest variant 2014 was won by Austria and Conchita Wurst last night in Copenhagen. ‘Rise Like a Phoenix’, the more than somewhat controversial offering, grabbed the most points to take the prized title. Netherlands came in second behind Austria in the latter’s first win since 1966.
With Eurovision 2014 right around the corner Lithuania feels they’re about due. The Baltic nation’s 27 year old singing sensation Vilija Mataciunaite hopes she can bring it home with her song Attention.
The second semi-final of Eurovision 2013 took place last night in Malmo. Ten winners move forward to this weekend’s Grand Final that will reveal Europe’s best performer and song of the year. This year’s contest is loaded with more talent than any previous contest in memory, but a lot more by way of political and artistic expressiveness too.
Eurovision 2013 in Malmo may end up being the most talent filled competition in the history of the contest. And all along the trip to the finals there we run across fascinating stories, none more fascinating than that of Armenian contenders Gor Sujyan & Dorians. Now a news bit from Yahoo! News makes things even more interesting a Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi comes into view.
As the contestants begin to form the line that will end in Eurovision 2013’s ultimate winner, a few bright stars already are emerging from the East of the continent. Among those, Slovenia’s Hannah Mancini really brings the pipes with her song Straight Into Love. But there’s more. Andrius Pojavis – Lithuania The Andrius represents Lithuania performing […]
Azerbaijan is one of the most progressive tourist destinations in the world since the outpouring of interest after Eurovision. As an indicator of just how quickly things are ramping up there, Azerbaijan’s Minister of Culture and Tourism, Abulfaz Garayev, just announced this morning the his agency’s need for tourism professionals.
Tonight’s Eurovision 2012 Grand Finale, hosted by the same enchanting presenters: Leyla Aliyeva, Eldar Gasimov and Nargiz Birk-Petersen, the live show starts at 9 p.m. CET.
Tonight, May 24, at the same Baku Cristal Hall in Azerbaijan, the Second Semi-Final of the forthcoming Eurovision Song Contest 2012 reveals the last 10 finalists. Which are your results?
After the great success of Eastern European countries in the 2012 Eurovision’s first round, the other 18 participants will fight it out for the last vacant places in Saturday’s finale.
Tonight, May 22, Baku, Azerbaijan will host the first 2012 Eurovision Semi-Final. The foreseen song contest, broadcasted live from the Baku Crystal Hall starting with 21:00 to 23:00 will feature 18 countries competing for 10 coveted places in the grand finale.