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Duncan Laurence teases new release on October 23rd

The current Eurovision champion Duncan Laurence has posted a teaser for what appears to be a new release on Twitter, and his first since “Arcade”. The short clip shows Duncan lying in dark red lighting with an atmospheric soundtrack, with the date of October 23rd seemingly indicating a new single or announcement of music on this date. 23.10.2019 pic.twitter.com/YzKDaEYQ4Z — …

Sweden: Carola to return to Melodifestivalen

Carola, three-time participant for Sweden and one of the most iconic Melodifestivalen and Eurovision performers, will return to the competition in 2020, according to Aftonbladet’s Tobbe Ek. The five-time participant and Eurovision 1991 champion will return with a self-penned track about her Christian faith, This marks the first time she appears with a song she wrote and will be making …

Ukraine: UA:PBC announces new rule change for Vidbir in 2020

Eurovision fans across the globe remember last year’s intense Vidbir selection process where artists were asked difficult interview questions and the infamous Jamala meme was formed. At the end of the show, Maruv won the selection with her song “Siren Song” and won the right to represent her country in Tel Aviv. However, there were parts of the contract that …

North Macedonia: Mila Moskov to perform “Fire” at Junior Eurovision 2019

The final Junior Eurovision 2019 official video has dropped, and it is “Fire” by North Macedonian entrant Mila Moskov. “Fire,” which Moskov will perform in Gliwice-Silesia, Poland on Sunday, November 24, 2019, was written by North Macedonian singer Magdalena Cvetkoska and composer / producer Lazar Cvetkoski. According to Junior Eurovision’s official website, “When she was only 6 years old, she …

MSNBC President Phil Griffin involved in shocking allegations about Eurovision 2006 co-host

On the eve of the release of journalist Ronan Farrow’s anticipated investigative book “Catch and Kill: Lies, Spies, and a Conspiracy to Protect Predators,” new allegations about American news network MSNBC President Phil Griffin have surfaced regarding his behavior at the embattled NBC network. American journalist Yashar Ali revealed earlier this evening that Farrow’s book specifically describes an incident regarding …

Russia: Dima Bilan hints at wanting a third try at Eurovision

Russia’s sole victor in the Eurovision Song Contest, Dima Bilan, has hinted that he would be interested in returning for a third time to the contest if the selection of the Russian candidate was opened back up to the public. The Russian representative for Eurovision has been selected internally each year since 2013, with Channel One and VGTRK rotating the …

Survival of the Hippest – Country Spotlight: CZECH REPUBLIC

Located in the centre of Europe is a dapper, but critically overlooked country that has made a lot of progress over the years since their return. After back-to-back successes it is time to assess the chances of the Czech Republic. Before we start,  a disclaimer: This post is an editorial and therefore heavily prone towards subjectivity. Also, swearing, strong opinions …

Riverdance marks 25th anniversary of Eurovision performance with global tour

In April 1994, Michael Flatley, Jean Butler and their talented group of dancers took to the Eurovision stage in Dublin as that year’s interval act. What would follow would become another iconic moment in the contest’s history, and the competition birthed another international sensation in unlikely circumstances. Now, 25 years on from that performance, the Irish dance phenomenon is marking …

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