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Five-member supergroup for Armenia

OGAE Armenia has just announced the five Armenian representatives for the Eurovision Song Contest 2015. Rumours about a group of several well-known Armenian artists have been confirmed now – the group will consist of Tamar Kaprelian, Inga Arshakyan, Athena Manoukian, Essaï and Vahe Tilbian. The Armenian broadcaster will make an official announcement tonight during a press conference at 18:00 CET. …

Tamar Kaprelian to represent Armenia?

Tamar Kaprelian seems to have almost confirmed on Twitter that she will represent Armenia in the Eurovision Song Contest this year. The American-Armenian singer is famous for her single “New Day” and has a sizeable international fanbase. The announcement would bring an end to many rumours involving Armenia such as Capital Cities and System of a Down, with Kaprelian herself …

Armenia’s big surprise: What could it be?

A few days ago Armenia teased that they had a ‘big surprise’ in store for 2015 – and have since set Eurovision fans into a speculative frenzy. Armenia has a surprising amount of ‘big surprise’ potential which makes the announcement all the more exciting – but what could it be? Let’s assess some of the likely and unlikely options… A …

Armenia teasing a ‘big surprise’ for 2015

Armenia’s national broadcaster ARMTV has teased an impending big surprise for Armenia’s 2015 campaign. ESC Today quotes their head of delegation Gohar Gasparyan as saying “We are preparing a big surprise for the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest. More details will be released in due course.” Other than that, no other hints have been given about 2015 for Armenia. Last year …

39 countries represented in Eurovision 2015

The EBU has confirmed that 39 countries will be represented at the Eurovision Song Contest 2015, hosted between 19-23 May in Vienna, Austria. The number is two up on last year, representing the first increase in participation since Germany’s hosting in 2011. Amongst the participants is a surprising return from Czech Republic, who will take part for the first time …

JESC: 16 Countries To Participate

After a number of months speculation it appears that the 2014 Junior Eurovision Song Contest will consist of a total or 16 participating countries. Armenia Belarus Bulgaria (Return) Croatia (Return) Cyprus (Return) Georgia Italy (Debut) Malta Montenegro (Debut) Russia San Marino Serbia (Return) Slovenia (Debut) Sweden Netherlands Ukraine Meaning that unless there are some last minute changes to be made, …

JESC: Armenia Send Betty To Marsa

Another nation has selected their song to represent them in Marsa, Malta in the 2014 Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Armenia used a Jury and Televoting to decide who will fly the Armenian Flag and the singer that was chosen was Betty. After the 10 acts performed their songs, Betty, whose real name is Elizabeth Danielyan, won the Armenian National Final, with …

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