Wednesday, February 18th, 2015


Latvia has chosen their four Eurovision finalists

Latvia has chosen their four finalists Latvia staged the semi-final of their Supernova competition this evening. Eight songs were presented to the jury and the televoting public and four of them were selected to go forward to the final. The four songs through to the final will compete to represent Latvia at the Eurovision Song Contest in Vienna on May 23rd. Latvia has won the Eurovision Song Contest once with Marie’s I wanna. The four songs to contest the Latvian Eurovision Song Contest final are: ElektroFolk – Sundance (Jury Choice) Aminata – Love Injected (Public Choice) MNTHA – Nefelibata (Public Choice) Markus Riva – Take Me Down (Jury Choice) See Original Article

Seven Ways Melodifestivalen Could Step Up To The Next Level

Seven Ways Melodifestivalen Could Step Up To The Next Level We are all looking forward to Melodifestivalen filling up the next few Saturday evenings of fun, but we also have a few minor gripes with the process Sweden has to find their best song. Here are our top seven things to tweak to make it better in the future.See Original Article How Melodifestivalen’s New App Destroyed The Competition The new Melodifestivalen App caused a schlagerfiasko last night in Gothenburg. The drama that unfolded left a bitter taste for many looking for a fairer voting system. Ben Robertson reports.See Original Article

Nadav Guedj wins Israeli ticket to Vienna Eurovision Song Contest!

Nadav Israel Eurovision Song Contest 2015

Israel has turned to Nadav Guedj to represent the small East Mediterranean nation at the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest in Vienna. His task will be to qualify from the semi finals for the first time since Harel Skaat in 2010. Israel has tried with a female soloist for the last two years, finishing only 14th in the semi final on both occasions, despite being tipped as certain qualifiers. Nadav Guedj wins Israeli ticket to Vienna! Tonight 16-year-old Nadav Guedj was chosen to represent Israel in the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest. The result of the show was decided by the … See Original Article Israel are three time Eurovision Song Contest winners, having been the first country to win the competition outright two years in a row in 1978 and 1979. They last won in 1998 with the world famous Dana International and her international hit song, Diva. Nadav Guedj was not evenRead More

All 11 Norway MGP songs released in full on Eurovision website

All 11 Norwegian songs have been released in full for fans to Listen to on the official Eurovision Song Contest website. All 11 Norwegian songs released in full Eurovision veterans Tor Endresen & Elisabeth Andreassen will take part in this year’s MGP. You can listen to all 11 songs competing for Norway’s Eurovision Song Contest ticket to Vienna here. Elizabeth Andreassen is a former Eurovision Song Contest winner as one half of Norway’s first Eurovision Song Contest winners, Bobbysocks. They won with ‘La Det Swinge’ in 1985, notching up 123 points, 18 ahead of 2nd placed Germany and 20 ahead of host nation, Sweden. Swords star Nikki bids for Eurovision gloryA NORTHSIDE woman is hoping to contest this year’s Eurovision Song Contest for Ireland. On Friday, February 27 on ‘The Late Late Show’, Swords … See Original Article

Ticketing Turmoil: Why We Should Be Proud Of The Scramble For Eurovision Seats

Eurovision Song Contest 2015

With the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest already generating plenty of publicity with the longest running music TV show turning 60 years old and Australia’s invitation to compete at the event, it is no surprise that tickets for the Eurovision final are in hot demand. Interest in Europe’s favourite tv show has been high since the much pulicised victory by Conchita Wurst last year, the drag star with a beard being dubbed “Queen Conchita of Europe” has become a household name and even appeared in 4th place on the Forbes list of Most Influential Women of 2014. Whilst many Eurovision Song Contest fans will be left disappointed at not getting tickets for the event in Vienna, there is a limit to the number of tickets available. The Eurovision Song Contest can only take place once. It is a live show. Organisers have cleverly allowed the jury vote to take place onRead More