We are time-travelling to 2019’s final!
We are time-travelling to 2019’s semifinal 2!
The North Macedonian broadcaster MRT announced the artist that will represent the country in 2020’s contest!
We are almost 3 months after Eurovision’s Grand Final. In this series of posts, we are going to travel through time and remind you some of this year’s best moments. All the events of Eurovision since the first artist announcement in late November until the Netherlands win in May. Our seventh trip will be on…
This year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest will be slightly down from last year. 19 (20 last year) countries will compete in 24th of November. Poland the previous winner and host nation will compete alongside with Albania, Armenia, Australia, Belarus, France, Georgia, Ireland, Italy, Kazakhstan, Malta, the Netherlands, North Macedonia, Portugal, Russia, Serbia, Ukraine and Wales….
Conan Osiris, the eccentric artist from Portugal, won this year’s Barbara Dex Award.
48 hours after the grand final and I’m sure you all have post-Eurovision depression, like me! But what really happened on Saturday’s final? In this post, I’m going to analyse the events of last week’s shows!
Tonight is the night we have been waiting for a year – I’m not exaggerating! In a few hours, the big final of this year’s Eurovision will take place at the Expo Tel Aviv, Israel. From the 41 participating countries, the 26 remainings will battle for the 1st place. But who will win?
Last night, the running order of the Big Final was revealed. Malta will open the night and Miki from Spain will be the last to perform.
A moments ago the second semifinal came to an end. Here are the results: