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Sandro will represent Cyprus at Eurovision 2019

Cyprus’ national broadcaster CyBC and the EBU have confirmed the rumours of recent weeks – Sandro will be the Cypriot representative in Rotterdam! The singer, who previously took part in The Voice of Germany in 2018 under the name Alessandro Rütten and also performed at this year’s New Wave Festival in Sochi, Russia, will become the 37th representative of the …

CyBC supposedly has selected Sandro Nicolas, Ivi Adamou turned down the broadcaster’s offer

Yesterday on the site we reported that Sandro Nicolas was potentially approached by CyBC to represent Cyprus at the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest. Less than 24 hours after those rumors started, more news has come out regarding the Voice of Germany alum’s potential involvement with the Mediterranean country from Greek fan site EurovisionFun. While the broadcaster has not officially declared …

Cyprus: Reports link Sandro Nicolas to Eurovision 2020

Cyprus may be gearing up for an artist announcement for Eurovision, which could take the form of The Voice of Germany alumnus Sandro Nicolas, according to Greek-language contest site Eurovision Fun. The singer, who became known on the 2018 edition of the competition and performed as Alessandro Rütten, is reportedly being lined up to represent Cyprus in the competition in …

Cyprus: 120 entries supposedly submitted for 2020

Cyprus is taking the 2020 edition of the contest just as seriously as they have the others, and have already begun work to determine their representative for Rotterdam. According to OGAE Greece, a total of 120 entries were sent from broadcaster RIK to those responsible for internally selecting Cyprus’ 2020 artist. From that list, they have already made their short …

Rumour: RTVE asked Eleni Foureira to represent Spain in Eurovision 2020

[AdSense-B] Greek media are reporting that RTVE of Spain had sensationally asked Eleni Foureira to represent them in the contest in Rotterdam next year, giving credence to the reports of a “known name” being chosen for the Big 5 nation for 2020. The rumour is being reported by Star Channel in Greece, a broadcaster which focuses on showbiz and gossip …

Eurovision This Decade: Cyprus

[AdSense-B] All opinions expressed in this article are those of the editor quoted and do not necessarily represent the opinions of the other team members or ESC United as a whole. Hello and welcome back to Eurovision this decade! You know the drill by now, we’re going through the amazing decade that was the 2010’s and ranking each country’s entries …

TONIGHT: Eurovision Song Contest 2019

[AdSense-B] From the end of the contest in Lisbon last year and the build up to Tel Aviv’s selection as a host city, from the first submissions back in September, the first selection in December, all the way through the cold winter months with hundreds of potential entries and on through the preview parties and endless media events, the time …

Tel Aviv Today (Day 14)

[AdSense-B] It seems like we just started with the first rehearsals yesterday, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. Today is already the 14th day of Eurovision in Tel Aviv. The Grand Final is tomorrow and on Sunday we will all have to look for something to fill that big void. But what happened today actually? Firstly, after midnight …

Who do #YOU think will win the Eurovision Song Contest 2019? (Poll)

[AdSense-B] Following two nail-biting semi-finals and, according to Jon Ola Sand, some incredibly close results, we finally have our 26 runners and riders in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest final. The twenty deserving qualifiers from the semi-finals join Israel and the Big 5 in tomorrow’s big show, but of course only one can win. And that’s where #YOU come in! …

Here are the Ten Qualifiers from Semi-Final 2! (Updated with Grand Final draw)

[AdSense-B] The votes are in, Eurovision Executive Supervisor Jon Ola Sand has given his blessing and signed off, and we have our ten qualifiers from Semi-Final 2 for the Grand Final on Saturday, May 18, 2019. They are, in order of announcement: North Macedonia: Tamara Todevska – “Proud” The Netherlands: Duncan Laurence – “Arcade” Albania: Jonida Maliqi – “Ktheju Tokes” …

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