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The 2015 “Expert” Panel – GEORGIA

Warrior (Eurovision 2015 – Georgia) The ESC United “Expert” Panel is back once again reviewing all Eurovision songs and rank them accordingly. You are probably asking yourself on how we pick our panel and the criteria. We looked at people from all walks of life to bring together a unique group of panelists with a wide range in taste. They …

TONIGHT: Eurovision in Concert

So aside from the main show in May what would you say is the biggest event of the Eurovision calendar? Melfest? The semi-final draw? Some would in fact argue that the first big meeting of the cast of the year would be that moment, and tonight sees just that happening in the Dutch capital. 24 of the 40 performers in …

TONIGHT: Riga Pre-Party

It’s the time of year when all of the artists get the chance to flex their vocal chords and perform to hordes of eager fans as the preview parties begin across Europe! Traditionally Amsterdam and London were the only shows but the phenomenon is picking up in Eastern Europe and tonight sees Riga playing host to some of this year’s …

Nina Sublatti to represent Georgia

Nina Sublatti has been chosen to represent Georgia in Eurovision 2015, it has been revealed by the programme Communicator today. The singer was chosen through a combination of jury votes and SMS televoting, beating Misha Sulukhia into second place. Sublatti will sing “Warrior” in Vienna, and will mark the first time that two songs will be named exactly the same …

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 …

Georgia: Who is in the national final?

The Caucasian country of Georgia and their broadcaster GPB have announced the five artists set to take part in the national final on January 14th. The songs from each of the candidates will be presented on New Year’s Eve (December 31st) and the winner will be chosen on January 14th through a 50/50 combination of an international jury and televoting. …

The EBU’s Insufficient Response to the Georgian Jury Vote

The views expressed in this editorial are solely those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the opinions and views of ESC United, its editorial board, its readers, or any other person, entity, or organization. My view with Eurovision has always been “the more, the merrier,” and I’m happy that more countries are confirming their participation for 2015. But, …

Eurovision season begins: What to expect in September

Today marks the beginning of Eurovision season as any song released from today may be eligible to take part in the Eurovision Song Contest 2015! Some countries are also beginning their selection processes this month so here’s a quick guide to what we can expect to happen in September… Switzerland kicks off their search After a successful campaign in 2014 …

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